Newsletter 12 - March 2013    

Profile of Australian Landscape Photographer R a Stanley
New Announcements | New Print Releases | Tips and Techniques
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Book now for private workshops on the Central Coast, Sydney, Newcastle and the Blue Mountains.

Half day 'in-the-field'.
Half day 'digital workflow'

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Group workshops now available!


New: Group Workshops

Richard Stanley and Jim Picot

I'm pleased to announce that I've teamed up with fellow Central Coast Landscape Photographer Jim Picot to run group landscape photography workshops . We've announced 2 dates on the Central Coast for April (Wed 10th and Sun 14th) so call Jim on 0407 078 001 to book your place.

For more info see my Facebook Events page.

Print Releases for March

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Tips - The Histogram
The histogram is a very useful tool that allows us to quickly asses the overall exposure (tonal range) of an image. It is expressed as a graph of brightness levels ranging from dark (shadows) on the left through to light (highlights) on the right. The height on the graph displays the quantity of an image (number of pixels) at a particular brightness level.

It is therefore very easy to see when we've over or underexposed an image.

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