Here’s a small series of images I took in western Massachusetts around the Berkshires. I had just purchased a Sigma 10-20 wide angle lens and was using it almost exclusively on this trip. All these images are HDR processed using HDR EFEX PRO from DxO (formally from Google/Nik)
This is a slightly unconventional Photo Story. It’s part history lesson, part process, and part surprise ending. What initially began as inspiration from an early 1900’s photographer ended up turning into artwork being created with today’s most modern technology. An interesting twist to these final images presented below.
After reviewing the video and the process what are your thoughts?
I’ve always felt that shape and form were powerful design elements. This most likely entered my conscience by looking through a camera lens and also by viewing the photographic works of Paul Strand. Years later I was reintroduced to this topic while viewing the design work of Malcom Grear who throughout his career mastered the use of letter forms in logotype branding. In trying to take it to another dimension, I decided to take a crack at designing a table that demonstrated using letter forms as a piece of artwork.
Here’s a short video outlining the process:
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I’m running a bit behind this holiday season, but after much procrastination, here’s behind the scenes production of this years Christmas Card.
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