Here is my second magazine cover from 19 years ago, made with Photoshop 2.5 on a MAC Quadra 950. Photoshop was not available on Windows in 1994. That Pad/iPhone looking device is an Apple Newton:
Here is the first of my two “Photoshopped” magazine covers created in April of 1994, using Photoshop 2.5 (not CS 2, but Photoshop 2). They were for (the now defunct) Boston Computer [...]
At one time people sat on the floor of museums to sketch, copy and learn from the masters. Here’s a photo from the New York Museum of Modern Art showing the process in the 21st Century with [...]
This is a rather tragic photo of the impression a bird made when, seeing a reflection of the sky in a glass door, crashes into the door and breaks it’s neck. This is the imprint the bird [...]
We waited all day to take this photo of the mother Robin feeding it’s chicks. We all learned something that day:
Here’s A great conceptual photo of a tax shelter: A building created out of IRS 1040 tax forms!
C. Everett Koop is shown here 2 years ago at his 94th birthday party. On the left is his wife Cora Hogue. On the right is Dr. Nancy Rigotti, who had been an author and scientific editor for the [...]
Photographer David Hobby has a blog called Strobist. He just posted “How we got here: Analog Photoshop,” a post on “pre-flashing” in the darkroom. That inspired this [...]