Entries in the ‘Digital Art’ Category:

My 3 Most Popular Images on Twitter. Why?

So far I’ve published about 90 Images on Twitter in six categories I feature on my photo art site: Color Collages, Black and White Collages, Bodacious Bubbles, New York Images, Flowers and Abstracts. Interestingly, the overall category that gets retweeted and favorited most often is the Abstract one. While these abstracts started out as straight [...]

Pat Alexander Spills the Beans in Palette Page Interview

On the night before Halloween, I happily spilled all the beans about me and my photographic art work in an interview conducted by Lisa Gray published on Palette Pages. In describing my images Lisa wrote “What we love about the artwork Pat creates is her ability to be diverse whilst maintaining her style and originality [...]

Transform Photographs into Abstracts with Digital Filters

Pre-computer days I had plenty of room in my apartment to set up an easel and paint abstracts on large canvasses. But as my computer and photography gear ballooned in size (my new printer is as big — and as heavy — as a refrigerator) my painting space dwindled into a paltry patch. I’ve always [...]

A Long Way from Group f/64 Photography

Led by Ansel Adams, Group f/64 was a  collection of American photographers who produced photographs with super sharp details from front to back — no matter how far back those details were from the camera. In their quest to photograph these ultra sharp images, they lugged cumbersome studio cameras up and down landscapes of the [...]