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Joining Rich this week is World Photographer Deborah Sandidige (http://www.deborahsandidge.com). She is well-known for her long exposure and infrared work.
- Practical techniques to achieve the best look
- Advice for converting a camera for infrared shooting
- Which filters to get for long-exposure work
- Her love of timelapse
- How to prepare for location photography
- Advice on traveling the globe
Hosted by Rich Harrington
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When I was in Yosemite earlier this year, I made a few images with a special project in mind. I wanted to recreate the look of antique glass plates.
Glass plate negatives predate the film negatives used today. Like today’s negatives, glass plate negatives could be used to produce many copies of the same image. Unlike today’s negatives, glass plates were easily broken and the prints made from them were not enlarged. All images were printed directly from the negative. To produce a large photograph, a large glass plate was used.
It was a very limiting technology. If the plate broke – there goes your picture. Continue Reading
You’ve heard me rave about Nik Silver Efex Pro. One of the things I like about it is that you can create your own custom B&W styles at the click of a button. You can also share those styles with other photographers.
Nik Software has created a page full of additional styles that you can download for Nik Silver Efex Pro free of charge. If you have your own styles you’d like to share, let us know.