Category Archives: Digital Imaging

Progress in Photography

Well, six months have passed since my last post. I guess I’m in hibernation from blogging, but only because I delved more deeply into other interests, among them photography. Following my last post– in which I related my discomfort with … Continue reading

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Outside My Comfort Zone

Recently, I attended my first and (maybe) last photo-walk with the local Flickr group. I had looked forward to this walk for a month. I wanted to meet people from whom I could learn things, in a relaxed, pleasant atmosphere. … Continue reading

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Image Transformation

July 10, 2010 I’ve done several thousands of creative transformations of ordinary photos, but I never get tired of making them.¬† They live squarely at the center of my metaphorical Riyadh.These days, I am experimenting with combining two or more … Continue reading

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Image Transformations

From time to time, and by popular request, I will post “before” and “after” images. The mystery of transformation is as enticing as the final image itself, therefore¬†I hesitate to spoil it! However, you are my friends, and will not … Continue reading

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