Monday, October 19, 2009

The current front page artwork of Anthony Resta's Studio Bopnique home page, with enough contrast so you can see the music lessons in progress.  It's amazing how photoshop can bring an image out of the fog, making details visible, restoring tonal gradients enough to delineate shape and form.

Old movies have this high contrast look after many years of reprinting. Each successive print loses dynamic range, and eventually the images are all black and white, with no greys.  The Three Stooges sometimes look that way, same with The Little Rascals, if you can find 
them.Visit the liquid centre of the rhythm factory,
the heart of the sci-fi mambo lab

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