Archives for category: Postcard

September 20, 2018…Day 1838

View from My Room

I spent the last two weeks in Scotland (this image was on the Isle of Skye)  roaming around taking pictures…It was nice to get out of the studio. This is the view from my room at the B&B in the the first morning of my stay.

This is a digital image that I converted to Black & White via Lightroom where it was cropped and the contrast adjusted.

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December 2, 2014…Day 494

Rocky Mountain National Park

Rocky Mountain National Park

This is another in my antique postcard series.

This image was shot in the alluvial area in Rocky Mountain National Park, a place where the landscape seems a little different. I wish there would have been some clouds to add a little drama.

This was shot on Ektachrome G100e slide film. It was scanned into Lightroom where the contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was rendered to monochrome via a Lightroom preset. The Image was cropped slightly.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

July 17, 2014….Day 449

Looking Out Over a Small Lake in Glacier National Park

Looking Out Over a Small Lake in Glacier National Park

This image shows an angry clouds approaching, creating drama as we wait for the thunder and lightning.

This is another in my series of antique postcard images.

This was shot on Ektachrome G100e slide film. It was scanned into Lightroom where it was rendered to monochrome via a Lightroom preset.  The contrast and exposure were adjusted and the image was cropped

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

Seeking gallery representation.

Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

June 20, 2014….Day 424

Oragon Beach

Oregon Beach

The idea behind this image was to capture very simple lines with varying textures used in a traditional scene. The use of a sepia tone to make it reminiscent of an old postcard but have the composition of a modern image.

This image shot on a high speed negative film, that was processed to a positive image. It was scanned into Lightroom where it was cropped and toned sepia via a Lightroom preset.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

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Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

 

June 14, 2014….Day 418

A View at Red Rocks Park

A View at Red Rocks Park

This image fits in well with my series of pictures that could be found on old postcards.

This was shot with a 120 pinhole camera that I built. This image is not as sharp as a landscape with a modern camera and lens. I shot this image with Adox CHS 25 and developed it in HC-110 Dilution H in order to boost up the contrast a little.

This image was scanned into Lightroom where contrast and exposure were adjusted and the antique tone was applied.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

Seeking gallery representation.

Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. Do not remove the copyright notice from any of my images. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.

 

 

 

 

 

April 19,2014….Day 362

A Bend in the River

A Bend in the River

This is the third in a series, of taking images from my  archives and making them look like an old postcard.

This was shot Tri-X Black & White negative film and was processed to a positive image. It was scanned into Lightroom and contrast  was adjusted and it was cropped and the image was giver an antique treatment

I’m looking for gallery representation.

I’ve been asked if my images are for sale, most are, please ask.

Do not copy or use any of the images or text here or herein without written consent. © Copyright 2013 Stan Katz, All Rights Reserved.