Welcome to Dashan Sheying where my photographic journey continues with a lesson from John Tuttle on adding frames to images in Photoshop using the Canvas Size tool under Image. The color for the widest band around the image is created with the color eye-dropper by sampling the main color of the image thus obtaining an overall blended look.
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You must jump over to see John’s work on Facebook with his 4×5 large format camera of his recent images from New Mexico. Beautiful. The ability to capture tonality, texture, detail… with medium/large format film is the motivator for my next camera, i.e. a 120 film 6×6, 6×7 Fuji GF670 Folder. Arrives Monday 11/7.
Watch for my next post. I will be using The FIND Lab in Utah, USA for the development of negatives and subsequent scans. Hoping for a two-week turnaround from mailing to scans being uploaded.
PS I have my eye on a ShenHao 4×5 large format with a 6×17 film back / ground glass accessory. Not this year but maybe a 2017 adventure.
Three-Band Framing Gallery
Next, I’m fixing to add Chinese Characters to the LH side for a short poem representative of the image. Will need the help of my niece Li Ying (excellent in oral and written English) to find the appropriate characters in telling a complementary story. Thank-you John and Li Ying.
I appreciate your feedback on the framing as it’s potentially the beginning of my SMK “Brand Image”.