Friday, March 30, 2007
I notice too that the contrast and apparent resolution of these images changes depending upon the display they are viewed from. On my desktop, this has a "creamy" appearance and the resolution is suspect. But on my laptop and a few CRTs I have laying around, this has the desired contrast and resolution. Hmmm...
This was handheld and the resolution of the original image holds up better than I expected.
Also, I'm studying how various positions around a subject change the mood and other visual parameters.
Thursday, March 29, 2007
In consumer cultures, a name is only a means to an end. Very commonly a name is used to evoke an emotional response that triggers the sale of a non-durable item.
I can't imagine how corporation allow their names to become trash. But this is litterally the case! After someone is parted from their money, the name is no longer needed and reputations, values, and services become immaterial.
Wednesday, March 28, 2007
I have a LOT to learn about digi-toy image manipulation. One thing I'm impressed by is the resolution of the 10mpixel plasti-wonder-device. Now... if only I can get this resolution through the printer and onto Palladium or even native archival digi-prints...