Art Filters

Does Using Art Filters Limit Your Style?

Every photographer has a favorite image style of the moment: Black and white. Sepia. Pop Art. Yet, back in the film era there was a manual process in order to "exhibit" this style. A photographer had to buy the proper film, mix the right amount of chemicals, and lastly expose the correct amount of light to the paper in order to get the print to reflect "their" style. Nowadays, however, click a tab via one's favorite program...

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Back From the Windy City

I had a brief five day vacation in the Indiana area for my cousin's wedding with a short trip into Chicago last week. But instead of me talking, I'll let my flickr photo set speak for itself. [caption id="attachment_220" align="aligncenter" width="576" caption="IS0 640, f/5.6, 1/50 , 14mm - Diorama...

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