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I came across this famous photographic portrait of Honest Abe and decided to play with Adobe Photoshop’s new Neural Filters. With the touch of a button and maybe a two second delay, black and white photographs are automatically colorized.
A new set of features in the recently updated Photoshop make it unbelievably easy to cheat by making the painstaking process of colorizing photos into a one button process!
Halloween 2016 may be gone, but it seems I have some Monster Heads left in me. I made this finned fellow in the vector art program extraordinaire Affinity Designer. This wasn’t my first attempt at a variation of one of … Continue reading
My favorite tree on the way to work. The sun was hitting it just right so I pulled out my camera and took some texture shots. A little bit of this and that in a photo editor and there you … Continue reading
I think this is somewhere near Gateway Regional High School late in 1982. I shot this for a photo elective course I was required to take as an illustration major at the Philadelphia College of Art. I think the skeletal … Continue reading
I had a bit of Photoshop fun with a lackluster photograph of a spectacular structure in South Philadelphia.
I know that we’re basking in the dog days of summer, but Halloween is just around the corner! With October 31st in mind, I decided to take a spooky shot and see what I could do to push it a … Continue reading
Ninety-third in a series creating a collage using five elements.
Another old family photo from my collection. Again, I’m not sure who these ladies are – however, the woman seated in the middle bears a strong resemblance to my father’s sister Viola. What I find interesting about this photo is … Continue reading
Another of my from the hip shots.
When I was first examining the glass negatives that comprised the Capewell Collection, I wasn’t sure what or who I was looking at. The sheer number of them was overwhelming at first, and it wasn’t until I photographed them and … Continue reading
This looks to be a photograph of John B. Capewell’s eldest son, John, Jr. The negative is a little worst for wear, and it had turned a yellow brown which when inverted in Photoshop, turns an interesting blue.
Here’s a shot by John Capewell from the time when men wore straw hats and the army still utilized horses for transport.
Here’s another of John Capewell’s glass negatives that I thought I had previously published, but I guess I haven’t. It looks to be John’s brother James George Capewell perched upon the rocks up at what I assume is Niagara Falls.