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Float and fly using Photoshop

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Blog, Photoshop | 0 comments

I think all of us had that dream as a kid, running around and suddenly have the ability to lift your feet and fly off. I know I did. I’ve been floating and flying using photoshop on more than one occasion and as with many things in photography and Photoshop there are multiple ways to floating and flying using Photoshop. Since I don’t hide being...

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How to composite photos | Photoshop

How to composite photos | Photoshop

Posted by on Aug 26, 2014 in Photoshop | 1 comment

When you want to know how to composite photos there are a couple of things you need to know. After that it’s easy and most of all fun! When you finished with these tips I suggest you read Photoshop¬†Compositing Tutorials, next. I compiled a list of 5 tips on how to composite photos these tips are all it takes to get you going without getting...

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Compositing Tutorials | Photoshop

Compositing Tutorials | Photoshop

Posted by on Aug 22, 2014 in Photoshop | 0 comments

Photoshop compositing tutorials, my top list Look no further these Photoshop compositing tutorials¬†will get you creating your dream world in no time. There’re a lot of Photoshop compositing tutorials around. Over the years I found that a lot of those sites cover the basics really well. Maybe push their way into intermediate level. When you want to go...

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Epson R2880 with Ilford Gold Fiber Silk

Epson R2880 with Ilford Gold Fiber Silk

Posted by on Mar 24, 2013 in Photoshop | 3 comments

After having it on my to-buy list for a couple of years I finally went ahead and got the Epson R2880. The initial reason I wanted one was to print better quality digital negatives for my Vandyke brown process (see http://blog.theodoorthomas.com/van-dyke-brown-part1/). However I did a couple of really nice shoots in the past month so I thought why not...

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Holga and the sunny and cloudy switch

Holga and the sunny and cloudy switch

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in Film | 6 comments

Okay it took me some time to figure this one out. Turnout that there’re Holga’s with a working sunny/cloudy switch and there’re Holga’s where it doesn’t change the F-stop at all. The rule to this is actually fairly simple, if you have a glass lens Holga (the GN) you really do have 2 F-stop settings, the plastic lens...

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