For a quick distribution of images, the digital realm has brought us infinite advantages. But when a photograph is created to fully enlighten the soul of the observer, the print is, still, King. Rafael Rojas explains
In a world increasingly defined by bits, pixels and gamuts, the art of printing a photograph is becoming increasingly rare. Many are the photographers, even professionals, who nowadays pass months without printing even one of their photographs on paper. The truth is that many of those devoted to landscape photography nowadays do so with a special focus on the education of other photographers, and mainly use electronic devices to share their photographs with their audiences. This is not a critique; it is…
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