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  1. How Much Post-Processing is Too Much Post-Processing

    Date 07 Aug 2018
    This image of a woods pond in Autumn is one of my favorites, both in the original and in this heavily post-processed. The processing here has been to give the image an overall look of a painting, though just what kind of painting is not clear. I like it, but…

  2. Recent Work: Summer Flowers

    Date 06 Aug 2018
    On the recent photo trip to Newport, we spent some time at the lovely Buttonwood Gardens. Here’s one which I hope will lift the viewer’s spirits.

  3. New Work - “Visions of Nature”

    Date 23 Jul 2018
    This image originated on the same trip to Newport last week. It was shot in Buttonwood Park. The finished image belongs to the Visions of Nature series, in which images from nature are digitally processed. While some of the images in that series have their appearance altered quite significantly, this…

  4. New Images - Sachuest Point Reservation Field

    Date 22 Jul 2018
    I spent some time last week with my friend Rich shooting in and around Newport RI. One of my favorite spots was the Sachuest Point National Wildlife Reservation. This new image results from that outing. I like textures, especially textures which naturally occur in nature. It is interesting how some…

  5. Featured Collection - Visions of Nature

    Date 19 May 2018
    Visions of Nature (gallery here) explores digitally manipulated nature images in order to reveal unseen layers of a deeper reality thereby generating a fresh and different appreciation of the colors, patterns, and textures of nature. Art can render the familiar unfamiliar in order to achieve a vision perhaps not immediately…

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