For example, I made the
photographs in this 2-page spread:
The photo of the trees and rocks is a 3-tone "posterization"
consisting of black, white, and a single shade of gray. Nowadays
you can create such effects easily in Photoshop with a few clicks
of the mouse. Back then, however, it was an elaborate process
requiring multiple sheets of lithographic film and careful manual
alignment between the separate black and gray exposures of the
I entered the following photograph into my high school photography
contest, but it didn't win any prize. Can you identify what's in
The title is "Man on Walnut." It was amusing to watch people look
at the photo and read the title. The man in the photo is my
photographer friend Tom Mills. I posed and photographed him
especially to superimpose over the close-up picture of the walnut.