I had the wonderful opportunity to accompany Matthew Christopher on two of his Abandoned America photography Workshops to the Scranton Lace Company in Scranton Pennsylvania.  In 2002, when the business was no longer profitable, the compound of buildings, which once accommodated 1,400 workers, was abandoned and left to fall into ruin.

It was phenomenal to experience the calm and serenity of a place frozen in time.

Inside, Outside, Upside Down

Inside, Outside, Upside Down Scranton Lace Company

Derelict

Derelict Scranton Lace Company

Scranton Loom

Scranton Loom Scranton Lace Company

Threads

Threads Scranton Lace Company

Through the Windows

Through the Windows Scranton Lace Company

Light Into Darkness

Light Into Darkness Scranton Lace Company

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iris-emergingwatercolorborder2pmatteAfter the Rockland Photography Club’s recent Pictorial evaluation, quite a few people asked what type of border I used for my photo “Iris Emerging”.  Here’s the story:  I downloaded some brush packages, and added them to my Brush collection in Photoshop.  Using select brushes, I created the custom border for my photograph.  I credit the following video from the the Photoshop Video Academy for offering some clear instruction to help guide the process.

Click on the link below to be inspired.

How to Create a Watercolor Photo Border in Photoshop — Photoshop Video Academy

 

 

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The MONOCHROME exhibit has been extended, and will still be hanging during the Garner Arts Festival taking place on May 21st and 22nd!

The gallery is open Saturdays and Sundays from 1-5 and by appointment.

Gallery Meraki  55 West Railroad Ave
Building 24 on the second floor (above Rockland Kitchens)
Garnerville NY
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Adventures in Photography is proud to announce our annual juried photo exhibition featuring the work of various fine art photographers. These extraordinary images were captured at locations from everywhere around the world to the photographers own back yards. There are approximately 115 images encompassing a wide variety of styles, techniques and subject matters.

Location:
Riverside Gallery
Riverside Square Mall
One Riverside Square. Suite 201
Hackensack, NJ 07601

Exhibition Dates:
December 5th through December 31st, 2015

Reception Dates:
December 5th, 2015 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Awards Ceremony at 7:00 p.m.

December 11th, 2015 6:00pm to 8:00pm

December 19th, 2015 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Organizers:
Jia Han (Eric)Dong, Boris Hardouin-Deleuze, Martin Joffe, Malcolm Kahn

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