As one of the major auction houses, Sotheby's periodically has auctions of photographic art. I truly enjoy following what is coming down the pike, and if I like the collection I try to purchase the catalog after the auction is over on eBay. These … [Read more...] about I Love Sotheby’s Photo Auctions
Archives for April 2011
Web browsers have become indispensable tools in our daily lives. We use them for work, entertainment, shopping, reference, etc. My choice for browsers has been Firefox for quite a few years now, mainly due to its rich collection of add-on or plugin … [Read more...] about Browser Add-ons
Lightroom has become a very mature product offering easy and powerful workflow for photographers. I now do much of image processing in Lightroom pushing the image to Photoshop for features that are not available in Lightroom. One of the … [Read more...] about Layers for Lightroom
This is the final installment of the series on the Great Salt Lake. Vegetation around and in the Great Salt Lake does not impress the viewer with lush foliage or colorful flowers. However, the halophiles, those that require high salinity create … [Read more...] about Great Salt Lake Folio – 5
I am getting close to finishing this project. This folio is about the limits of everything. Water meets land or air with a boundary, colors change creating another boundary, various shapes are formed or erased by virtue of their boundaries being … [Read more...] about Great Salt Lake – Folio 7
The Found Patterns Folio is the new addition to the Great Salt Lake series. With eight photographs, it presents the patterns created by nature and by human touch. Nature's patterns with a palette of minerals and evaporation challenge the canvas of … [Read more...] about Great Salt Lake – Folio 2
- Oh, I use a full sensor camera, it's big, is it not? - No, I mean larger. - Like an 8" x 10" view camera? - No, no, larger, much larger... So could go a conversation but never reach the epic proportions that Vera Lutter uses for a camera. … [Read more...] about How Big Is Your Camera?