Rob Kerr Will Be The Critiquer for the February 6th Critique Night

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Rob Kerr has 22 years’ experience in editorial photography. In 2014 he transitioned from a staff job at a newspaper into a full time freelance photographer with clients such as Nike, Agence France Presse and many local businesses in his hometown of Bend, Oregon. Robb has received awards from the Associated Press, American Photo Magazine, National Press Photographers Association and … Read More

8/15/16: 5 Image Sequence – Video Prologue

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At the June 20 meeting of the Cascade Camera Club John Stewart provided some thought provoking narrative about the creation of video. John challenged us to create our own sequence of stills. As a result, we are going to move our member videos to the program night in October and the August program night will feature 5 images sequences from club … Read More

Photoshop Tip – Copying A Layer

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Photoshop Tip – Copying A Layer from one image to another By Tim Grey – By Permission of Tim Grey Question: When I want to add an image I’ve edited in Photoshop as a layer in another image, I can flatten the image, select all, copy, switch to the 2nd image and then paste in place and it appears as … Read More

Where Have All The Filters Gone

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Where Have All The Filters Gone? By Robert Agli Rob Kerr, a photojournalist of some renown, wrote to me after reading a piece I did on creativity. He suggested that I had overlooked the curator as an important part of the creative process. That got me thinking of all the aspects of the creative process and how the “filters” they … Read More

Another View – Looking

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Another View – Looking By Robert Agli Well over a half century ago I dimly recall our entire photography class being herded outside by our instructor and told to pick a spot, any spot. We were then told that we must remain in that spot and compose and shoot 36 frames and every frame must be a different, meaningful composition. … Read More