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Oct 11

#162. Finding consistency in style (?)

By pascaljappy | Opinion

Consistency of style is an important distinction between amateurs and true artists. An Ansel Adams print is immediately recognisable, as are the works of many other famous names. Whereas amateurs often have no style of their own or have too many, exploring various appealing alleys simultaneously. I believe modern image manipulation software is partly responsible […]

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Oct 07

#161. Black Merc

By pascaljappy | Travel Photography

Walking the streets of Oxford a few days ago (will have more news about this soon), I stumbled upon this mean machine. It was dark grey and looked menacing. So I got close with a Zeiss 25mm Distagon wide open and let the nose become the center of attraction. Back in LightRoom, I accentuated this […]

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