The Nikon P300 has been released, and since it joins the same class of cameras as the ones I used in the Grainy Black and White Challenge, I’ll add an image from the Nikon P300 using its High-Contrast Monochrome setting. The previous cameras that I used to compare their grainy black and white settings included […]
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I’m not usually a big fan of the “creative fun filters” that are included as in-camera processing options for many of the current dSLR and compact point-and-shoot cameras. I prefer to do my processing in Photoshop, where I can see the full quality version of the image, and have more control over the editing. However, […]
It seems that a lot of photography blogs that aren’t caught up in discussing the latest equipment and technology (as I find myself doing lately) are often addressing the struggles of photography, art, and creativity. Most every photographer seems to relate to the frustrations of not being able to create the images that they wish […]