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Paint image transfer

Mixed Media image transfer - trashy lingerie Los Angeles

Stay updated The above image, taken at Trashy Lingerie in Los Angeles, is a mixed media image transfer using acrylic paints. The image was transferred onto a canvas panel using using neon acrylic paints. The image on the left was…
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Street Photography: taking pictures on the move

street photography in New York

Street photos are often formed on the move. Consequently, there will be no time to address the usual photographic practices and very often even focusing can become an extravagance. Street life has its own pace. Therefore it will make a…
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Street Photography – unplanned and unstaged photography

Street Photography: Rain in San Francisco

What does unplanned and unstaged photography really mean? Rarely do I know what pictures I’m going to take ahead of time. I grab my camera on my way out the door, often curious about the images I’m going to come…
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Street photography: Something about accidental work

San Francisco Street Photography

Accidental work is hardly appreciated in the world of photography where precision and control are essential variables. but Accidents happen. Street photography’s nature generally demands shooting in an unplanned manner. Photographing in such a mode often puts one into unpredictable…
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Canvas Background Photo Layer

Canvas Art squares by Nitsa

Using the canvas layer method is a quick and simple way to spice up any photo. With this technique you can use practically any of your photos that needs a little kick. 1. The first thing to do is make…
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Coloring a photo transfer

Image transfer with oil

The above is a photo taken in Harper’s Ferry in West Virginia and image transferred to watercolor paper. It was then hand color with coloring pencils. Learn how to color your photos: Easy Guide to Hand Coloring Photos Purchase a…
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Photographing at night

Night photography

Picture taken in New York somewhere on the border of Chinatown and Little Italy. It was quite a dark night and literally I had to quit breathing in order to take this hand-held very long exposure. When I was done…
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