Photography podcast #117 features an interview with fine art photographer Royce Howland where we discuss the ‘junk’ that can get into our photographs. In particular we discuss and dissect noise, halos and chromatic aberration in photography. We talk about how to avoid getting these problems, how to fix these problems and how for some photographers — these aren’t problems at all but rather, deliberate creative choices.
Royce does an AWESOME job of explaining these problems so that they are understandable to anyone.
This is the longest podcast I’ve published to date and it clocks in at around 70 minutes. We spend roughly 20 minutes on each of the 3 topics. We cover halos first, then noise, then chromatic aberration. Each of the 3 issues have very different causes and solutions.
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Links /resources mentioned in this podcast:
Royce Howland Photography
Photo realistic HDR podcast with Royce Howland
Wikipedia Chromatic Aberration
Nik DFINE 2
Emily Carr Images - She deliberately painted in what we today call Halos. Shoreline, 1936 is an example.
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