Using photographic techniques to create his art, Bob Coates considers himself a “Lens Based Artist.” We talk about his work and and his approach. You’ll be inspired and motivated to get out there and make some of your own masterpieces.
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Today I have a special guest, Bob Coates, and we’re talking about:
- Bosque del Apache
- Landscape Prints
- Flora Prints
Photo Tip of the Week.
Brent: Lens limitations, use a single lens, or if a zoom, a single setting on your lens and go out and shoot.
Bob: If you have a good B&W photo, you often have the good bones for a good color photo. Set your camera view to Monochrome, and make sure you shoot in raw so you still get color. If you shoot in JPG you’re stuck in B&W.