Stand Developing is a film developing process that involves placing film in a tank of highly diluted developer and letting it “stand” for long periods of time with little or no agitation. There are several visual effects this produces including perceived sharpness, grain masking and haloing.
Richard Pousette-Dart was an American artist who worked in different mediums including painting, sculpture and photography. He was part of the New York school of Abstract Expressionism the late 1940’s. Saul Leiter became close friends with Richard and his wife Evelyn and they became very close on a personal and artistic level. As Saul was initially a […]
Build an Online Photography Portfolio in 5 Minutes
If you are a photographer, you need an online photography portfolio website. I’ve said this over and over in the podcast because I want to encourage you to get your work out there. It will make you better, it can open doors and its fun! If you are just an amateur, its an impressive way to get the photos from…Read More »