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WEEK 36: B&W with Colored “Filters”
Posted on 1 September 2018 by Jeanie Sumrall-Ajero

This week’s challenge introduces the concept of using colored filters for B&W photography. Some of you may already be familiar with this concept, but for others it will be brand new information. Don’t worry – you do not need to purchase filters in order to accomplish this week’s challenge! We will simply be applying the digital equivalent of a technique used by B&W film photographers. In fact, Ansel Adams himself used a colored (red) filter in his well-known “Monolith, the Face of Half Dome” and described it as one of the most exciting moments of his photographic career because it was his “first conscious visualization.”

https://photochallenge.tempusaura.com/2018/09/week-36-bw-with-colored-filters/

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WEEK 35 : Environmental Photography – Plastics
Posted on 25 August 2018 by Steve Troletti

When we move on beyond the snapshot, we enter the world of Environmental Photography. Environmental Photography is loosely defined and you won’t even find it defined in Wikipedia. Some encompass everything from Ansel Adams Landscapes to images of erupting volcanoes. One photographer that truly pioneered the Art of Environmental Photography as Art was Edward Burtynsky.

https://photochallenge.tempusaura.com/2018/08/week-35-environmental-photography-plastics/

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