Author Archives: inletbill

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Sabattier Effect

Here is a modern version of an old effect – The Sabattier Effect.  Sabattier was a French photographer who, in 1862, accidentally turned on the light while developing film and got some strange and unpredictable […]

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Home – Murrells Inlet

This is a repeat from a post from 4 years ago. I thought some newcomers might enjoy it and others would enjoy it again. Murrells Inlet, South Carolina is my home! Everybody likes to brag […]

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Wildlife Images on YouTube

I posted a new video on YouTube today featuring some of my wildlife images. I think you will enjoy it. Go check it out when you have a few minutes of free time.

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Sketch Effect

Eight years ago (wow doesn’t seem that long) I created a tutorial on the Sketch Effect. I created a YouTube video showing how to do it as well as posting written instructions. That tutorial is […]

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Signs of the Times

One of the things that catches my attention during my travels is signage. Actually I don’t know why because there is no rhyme or reason to it. Some of the signs that I am drawn […]

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Faux Painting

I have many friends who do amazing work with watercolors, acrylics, oils, etc. Paint brushes do not belong in my hands! However, from time-to-time I do enjoy taking a photographic image and making it look […]

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Golden Eagle

A few years ago I was able to spend some time with my eldest daughter. She is a professor at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA. The University has a Center for Wildlife Education where […]

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Make Fun Photos With Milk and Food Coloring

This is a repeat from a post I did 8 years ago, but is just as much fun today as it was then. Strange as it may sound, you can make twisted tie-dye swirls and […]

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Rialto Bridge Venice Italy

The Rialto Bridge is the oldest of the four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice, Italy. Connecting the sestieri of San Marco and San Polo, it has been rebuilt several times since its first […]

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From the Past

My wifes’ late Uncle John (aka Jack) lived in Lancaster NH on Garland Brook Farm. He was an award winning photographer and liked to take me to locations that he loved to photograph before his […]

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