In a world full of digital images, smartphone snapshots and Facebook “likes” it is easy to overlook the significant effort that must go into getting real world art into the digital realm. Visual artists, painters and classical photographers in particular, know exactly what I am talking about.
But alas! It must be done in order to share my work with you via the internet. I do the best I can. My prints have a slightly warm tone to the blacks (a result of my developer formulation), which is rather tricky to show in a digital image. I take color digital images of my prints, made with color corrected lighting, hand metering, and carefully adjustments in Photoshop (yes, I know Photoshop) are all necessary to get a reasonable representation for you.
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Of course, I cannot control the viewer’s screen settings. And experience tells me that most screens are set too bright, blowing out the whites, muddying the blacks, and wrecking the print tone.
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