Image Printing and Presentation

For our March 2019 Program two club members joined forces to bring you information about printing and presenting your photos in club competitions. Gary Witt and Dan Greenberg offered their preferred methods – one of them prints at Costco, the other at home on an inkjet printer. They also discussed their procedures for matting and …

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Cole Thompson B&W Processing

Cole Thompson gave a presentation to the club in June of 2018 discussing his process for editing B&W images in Photoshop. He’s kindly provided his process below for anyone who missed the program meeting. Take it away Cole… Photoshop and Six Tools…with a Video Demonstration For years I hid my workflow from others because I …

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Long Exposure Photography

When you think of Long Exposure (LE) photography, do you immediately conjure up images of night scenes, fireworks, or star trails? You know, dark scenes requiring long exposures. Although all of those qualify, we want to discuss shooting in daylight and using long exposure techniques. You’ll need a bit of extra gear to accomplish these …

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Prepping Images for Print

The Club was fortunate enough to have Jerry Osborn give a Program for Feb. 2015 all about printing your images. He covered things like Color Gamut, your personal color limitations, monitor calibration, using Adobe Camera RAW (and Lightroom), soft proofing, inks and papers, and more. If you missed the Program meeting we have a gift …

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What’s the right exposure?

By Paul DiSalvo I thought I’d show an example of why to not always trust what your camera says is the “right” exposure. The series of photos in this article were taken within about 10 minutes of each other. During that time, the “light” did not change but how I set my camera did. 1) …

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