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Interview in polish
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on 22nd January 2014
 
Wywiad, jaki ukazał się w najnowszym numerze Practical Photoshop Polska. Dwumiesięcznik do nabycia w dobrych punktach prasowych :) Rafał Gasiński: Kobieta na szczudłach podnosząca hipopotama, lekko unoszonego przez mały balonik... Dla mnie w tym kadrze zawiera się chyba kwintesencja tego, co pokazujesz w swoich pracach... Dariusz Klimczak:...

Interview in polish
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on 22nd January 2014
 
Wywiad, jaki ukazał się w najnowszym numerze Practical Photoshop Polska. Dwumiesięcznik do nabycia w dobrych punktach prasowych :)Rafał Gasiński: Kobieta na szczudłach podnosząca hipopotama, lekko unoszonego przez mały balonik... Dla mnie w tym kadrze zawiera się chyba kwintesencja tego, co pokazujesz w swoich pracach...Dariusz Klimczak:...

Artist Focus: Jon Glaser
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on 28th December 2013
 
Our interview for this month’s Artist Focus is with Jon Glaser, an American photographer capturing the beauty of nature on film. His photos have a calm stillness to them, even though the clouds might have been billowing past and the water rushing through. The instant each photo was snapped is frozen in time with a delicateness that captures...

Do you use photoshop to enhance your landscape photographs?
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on 19th November 2013
 
I have been asked this question a number of times about my landscape photographs recently and my answer is absolutely! Landscape photographers do this all the time because of the limitiations of the camera.  All the great landscape photographers, past and present, use some form of manipulation. Ansel Adams used dodging and burning to change...

The Camera Vs. The Eye
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on 4th November 2013
 
 The Eye and the Camera do not see exactly the same way. When an individual looks at his or her surroundings, their eyes roam and scan the surroundings, focusing on objects close by or in the distant.  Even though the camera and the eye both have a lens, the eye is more complex and able to focus on an object while still incorporating the...

How does a photographer create their own style!
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on 28th August 2013
 
As a new professional photographer, I have learned one thing. It takes time to develop your own style. It is a process that cannot be rushed or cannot be copied. Every photographer has a vision about how they see a subject. This interpretation is what helps create our individuality.I tried to copy other artists in the past, but that is a futile...

Artist Focus: Katya Evdokimova
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on 20th February 2013
 
Our interviewee for this month’s artist focus is Katya Evdokimova, a Russian artist living and working in London. She uses photography to explore concepts in as many ways as possible, creating balanced memorable images that mean something. All of her work seems to hint at a human presence without ever fully revealing individual faces,...

Photographic Encaustic Workshop
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on 12th July 2012
 
Thank you to my first students of the Digital Imaging/Encaustic Workshop which took place on June 30th, 2012 at ARTSTOP Studio in Goyt Mill, Marple, U.K. We had a very successful workshop and i'm curious as to where the students pieces are hanging and the reaction they are getting. After discussing the students (great) work on their laptops, we...