Posts Tagged ‘photo processing’

Color or B&W?


The shift from traditional negative/positive photography and chemical development to digital photography and development has made photography much easier. There’s no need to guess how images will turn out when I click the shutter. There’s no need to choose whether to shoot with negatives for exposure latitude or with postives for to ensure how my […]

I’m a recovering perfectionist and like to get my photos just right. Because of that, I’m constantly revisiting old photos to try to improve them further. Yesterday while going over the National Geographic Daily Dozen of selected photos , I came across a B&W photo of the spiral staircase taken at the Vatican Museum by […]