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Category : Northumberland Photography Club

Accepted at Annual Juried Show – Arts Council Northumberland – Victoria Hall

My piece is entitled “Webs in the Mist” was accepted into the 2014 juried show at Victoria Hall – Cobourg ON. It was quite an honour – I was told there were over 400 entries. The shots were photographed in Oct 2013 at an Algonquin NPC (photo club) trip.  Thanks to Allan Short for organizing this, I don’t think I would have been motivated to get out shooting on such a cold fall weekend otherwise. The photograph is a ‘pano’ of […]

Northumberland Photography Club – Article 3, January 2011

This is the third and final article of the series, and deals with Output (see links below for previous articles).  To recap the steps as described so far: images would be catalogued, noise reduced and some sharping would be performed to eliminate issues inherent with digital photography.  Any artistic editing should also be completed (ideally on a colour balanced monitor) and the image would then be ready for output, usually for display on a web site or for print.  The […]

Northumberland Photography Club Article 1 – November 2010

I was asked to prepare a set of articles for the Northumberland Photography Club – ON.   I entitled the series: Save, Find, Edit, Output These articles will discuss how to organize files so that you can find them again, deal with backup and recovery so images are not forever lost, basic editing workflow and finally preparing for output,  including colour management. Let’s start with the first step: saving those image files.  When doing so, there really is no ‘best […]