By John Derry | Saturday, January 24, 2015
The digitally driven confluence of art, photography, and ink-jet technology has resulted in an explosion of artworks on paper.
In many respects, the fine-art ink-jet print is the 21st century equivalent of a hand-produced stone lithograph. Using digital tools, photographers and artists can now create archival-quality prints for sale.
One tradition of the hand-made fine-art print is the deckled edge. Once considered an imperfection as the byproduct of the hand-made paper-making process, this feathery, unfinished edge now makes an archival ink-jet print appear even more valuable.
Here’s how to add deckled edges to your prints.
By John Derry | Saturday, November 8, 2014
When it comes to giving gifts, everyone knows that a nice photographic portrait can make a great personalized present.
But I’m going to show you how to take that portrait a step further—and turn it into a painted interpretation.
By John Derry | Friday, May 23, 2014
A recent Gizmodo article, “Are Colorized Photos Rewriting History?”, discussed the popularity of colorized historical photos on the web. Author Matt Novak expresses a fear that these photographs distort history and may eventually be perceived as the original image.
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