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Janine Smith
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Just watched the Grid and looked up your photos. Wow. Please don't doubt yourself for a moment! Your work is stunning and just gets better and better. I look forward to seeing what you do next!
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Try to stop watching this. Just try.
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Morphed from Martin Schoeller portraits.
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It is making me ill, I need to mute this post.
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I think I'm going all Amish for a few days. No Google+, no Twitter. Turning off the computer, the smartphone. No Tivo. No Netflix. No email. Who's with me?
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Thanks! Still no DD here in Los Angeles. I need a road trip....
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Giving Keys. Give one to a friend who needs it, help homeless kids. Lovely idea. http://www.thegivingkeys.com/
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I lived in LA once. Sometimes I miss it, until I have to get somewhere by way of the 405. :) We will be making that trek much more often now that our son has also become a UCLA Bruin.
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Haven't tried HDR yet? Here's a quick tutorial to get you started.
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This video, which I did just for the folks who follow me here on Google+, I call "Down & Dirty HDR" and it shows the quick step-by-step technique I use to process my HDR images, and in particular how I processed the HDR shot I posted last week here on Google+ of the lobby bar in hotel I was staying at in Cologne, Germany. This isn't a "deep dive" into HDR---it's just...well..Down & Dirty. Hope you find it helpful if you're new to HDR.
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Thanks, I like HDR, in the film days I learned from Ansel Adams and Bruce Barnbaum the craft/art of contrast controlling development, pre-exposure and printing. Before HDR software I used layers but this new trend of painterly over the top look is something I will need to get use to in photography. Well I guess this is what painters do to interpret high contrast.
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