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Tag Archives: Monochrome
Choosing the right sports image, the one that best meets your needs is just as important as choosing your company name or your logo.
MVOAT means More Variations On A Theme. These patterns are well represented at Ideal Totem, our new sister site dedicated to Textures and Patterns.
It is just about a year now that this blog went live. This will be the 61st entry. Most have been short essays.
Taking winter pictures that tell the story of cold, assuming it is or was cold, presents a problem. The most appealing winter images are bright, sunny and usually presented in color tones that suggest anything other then cold.
The tone of an image has two meanings. First it is the shade or brightness. Second it is the coloration or color cast of an image. Choosing the right tone for your images can be very important.
Yes it is a picture of Half Dome in Yosemite National Park and no I am not claiming intimacy with a mountain.
We as viewers often encounter images or other objects of art that “speak to us” that draw some emotion or feeling from within ourselves. Let us examine some variations on a theme, that in one way or another, attempt to … Continue reading
My friend and fellow AIFI contributor Harvey and I were scouting for future interesting images. Checking out the potential as it were.