Browsing All posts tagged under »Previsualization«

Uniqueness in Ubiquity

August 26, 2011


With the advent of digital photography, photographers have not only much readier access to recording images, but also to tools to manipulate them. The things you can do between a cell phone and Photoshop once required expensive gear and technical mastery in the darkroom that amateurs couldn’t hope to achieve. As a result, the amount […]

It’s a Fine Line; But a Mile Wide

July 31, 2011


First, I have to credit Rhonda Kelly with that line. Definitely the word-wittiest person I ever met. She also once said “Honesty, it’s the next best policy.” Since that girl won’t write, it’s my lifelong mission to steal all of her good lines and use them to make people think I’m as clever as she […]

Why B&W?

May 20, 2011


Right? I mean it made total sense when the world was black and white. If you think about it, and apparently I do think about these things, when B&W was all there was it made sense. But why does it endure now? Now, you either have to convert from color on your digital cameras, or […]

The Zone System and Why You Should Care (Even if you shoot digital)

May 18, 2011


I just started this blog, and already I see the need to lay some ground work on the Zone System. So much has been written about this that this post is entirely redundant and superfluous, but I already had it in the can, so it is easy for me to repost. If it interests you […]