Ansel Adams Would Have Loved Photoshop
Aired On: Mar 29, 2012
Richard Ehrlich discusses his enthusiasm and process for combining digital optimization and traditional photography techniques.
Photographer Richard Ehrlich's goal comes from a desire to express internal feelings rather than to depict simply what is seen and as such provides an avenue for heightened awareness and self expression. Rather than viewing digital optimization as pejorative or less meaningful than traditional techniques, Ehrlich has embraced the advancing technology with enthusiasm. For...
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