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Photoshop Before Photoshop: Ansel Adams and James Dean

March 8, 2017 by Jack Dziamba. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday.   Photoshop Before Photoshop Our post, ANSEL ADAMS, AND PHOTOGRAPHY BEFORE PHOTOSHOP ,(2013), has been a perennial favorite since its publication in February, 2013. The popularity of the post is epitomized by the Before and After prints of Adams’ iconic image, “Moonrise,” which […]

Delacroix’s Colour – Why is This Such a Great Museum Video?

April 6, 2016. New Post Goes Up Every Wednesday, by Jack Dziamba Delacroix’s Colour | Delacroix and the Rise of Modern Art | The National Gallery, London* Why This Is Such a Great Museum Video This blog reviews Fine Art in the New Media, and the goal to make art accessible to everyone, everywhere.  The […]

ANSEL ADAMS, AND PHOTOGRAPHY BEFORE PHOTOSHOP

New Post Every Wednesday 8:30 pm ET ANSEL ADAMS,  AND PHOTOGRAPHY BEFORE PHOTOSHOP A PICTURE IS WORTH A THOUSAND … In the days of film photography a print of an image as it came out of the camera was known as a “straight print.” The image above is a straight print made by Ansel Adams […]