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Fine Art Photography: Imaging for output, Three Part Discussion

April 27, 2013

The end result of photography is not as it used to be. In the days of film photography the only way the photographer could view the image was as an actual printed photograph or sit in a darkened room and view a slide show. If the processed photo was excellent the photographer might consider an […]

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To Photoshop or not…..

April 12, 2011

Among photographers there seems to be a perpetual question about the editing process. “Is it Photoshopped or not?” seems to be the issue. The quality and clarity of the image is secondary to how the image was processed. I was recently denied admission to a juried show because the requirement that no digital photo should […]

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HDR with Photoshop CS5

July 1, 2010

High Dynamic Range or HDR HDR, or High Dynamic Range is fast becoming a popular photo presentation. Although not new to Photoshop, in CS5 the HDR feature is new and improved.  For a excellent overview of the new HDR feature in CS5 go to  Adobe TV HDR photos are created by taking muliple exposures.  For the […]

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Minimizing risk when posting to the internet

June 2, 2010

When putting artwork or photographs on the internet, it can become “fair game” to the whole world, despite copyright laws. There are complicated codes that can prevent images from being copied, but these codes are not used on all sites. Social media sites like Facebook or Flickr do not protect your images and what you […]

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Winner

April 20, 2010

Congratulations to Anne Smyth for winning the Giclee of New England “Sign of Spring”  photo Competition.  Her Photo of Hadley Massacusetts is a great example of Spring in New England, with the flowering shurbs in the foreground backed by the bare hills.

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New GoNE, Inc. Competion!

April 8, 2010

Sights of Spring: New GoNE, Inc Fan Page Competion Upload your best spring shot taken between 4-1-10 to 4-15-10 to our fan page on Facebook . We will chose our favorite and the winner will recieve a free print of the image up to 16×20 on Kodak Luster photo paper.  Limit is one up load per […]

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