reticulation effect

Reticulation Reticulation. “H’mmm, Bob what the heck are you talking about?” If you asked the question above you probably were not a black and white film photographer from past days. We usually learned about the reticulation effects when we treated … Continue reading

photography book review – after the camera

¬†Photography Book Review After the Camera, by Thom Rouse Digital Transformations for Conceptual Nude & Portrait Photography Way more than a How-to, After the Camera, is a peek into the mind of a wonderfully creative artist. You can’t help but … Continue reading

tuesday photo art thom rouse

Photo Art Tuesday – Thom Rouse – M.Photog, MEI, CR, CPP, F-ASP Tuesday’s on Successful-Photographer, now dedicated to the art of converting images beyond that of a photograph and converting the image in a more Painterly/Artistic direction. We’ll be taking … Continue reading

tuesday photo art – helen yancy

Tuesday Painterly Photo Art – Helen Yancy Tuesday’s on Successful-Photographer, now dedicated to the art of converting images beyond that of a photograph and converting the image in a more Painterly/Artistic direction. We’ll be taking to look at the artist/photographers … Continue reading

creating art from photography

Photography Art – Making Painterly Images I am extremely fortunate in many ways, one of which is being named a PPA Approved Juror. This gives me the opportunity to be exposed to photographers creativity in a very intense, concentrated form. … Continue reading

sunday photo/art quote 1/17

Photo/Art Quote An interesting thought for today’s Photo/Art Quote from Freeman Patterson. It’s not really something I’ve thought about much over the years. I guess as I’ve been exploring photography as more of an artistic endeavor verses a realistic process … Continue reading

dance of the ocotillo

Ocotillo. That’s not a word you hear everyday… Even if you live in the Southwest where these very interesting cactus reside. Ocotillo are long stalks that most of the year look like they are a bit worse for wear and … Continue reading