Category Archives: hand-tint

SATURDAY MUSINGS

Moving up to 2012 I want to share three interpretations of the same image. By this time, I was becoming more competent with my photo editing skills. I was fortunate to have access to work with the local Photoshop Users … Continue reading

Posted in alternative view, arcata, arcata marsh, color photography, fine art photography, hand-tint, humboldt bay, landscape, monochrome, pacific coast | 2 Comments

A LANDSCAPE FROM 55 YEARS AGO

I took this photograph with color slide film in a Kodak Brownie camera sometime around 1960. The original was covered with fungus, and I did a lot of processing with Photoshop. So this image is a sort of group effort … Continue reading

Posted in color photography, dome, film photography, fine art photography, hand-tint, imagination, landscape, sierra nevada, Uncategorized, wilderness, Yosemite | Leave a comment

AM I BORED WITH THE BLOG?

This is one of my first attempts at “colorizing” black and white images. I have a long way to go with skin tones, and I am working on it.

Posted in 1971, alternative view, bakersfield, black and white, buildings, central valley, hand-tint, street photography | Leave a comment