Monthly Archives: May 2012

A few short entries

Before I get back to a better use for the emphasis idea I put forth in my last entry, I just wanted to mention a few interesting happenings.There’s even a musical interlude available to listen to as you peruse the … Continue reading

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Creating emphasis in an image

One of the things I miss in the iPhone is a variable aperture. This allows for the relative isolation of a subject by soft focusing the rest of the image not in the same focal plane as the primary point … Continue reading

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SlowShutter… Why II

One of the things I didn’t realize about SlowShutter is it allows you to set the shutter speed. (hey, I didn’t say I paid attention..) We were at the opening of the new East Gallery at the Grounds For Sculpture … Continue reading

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SlowShutter… Why?

Why would you take the risk of deliberately introducing blur into a camera system designed to be so sharp? In the days of olde, before apps, people crafted their images “in camera”. Through experience, looking at reams of other peoples … Continue reading

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