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  • Monthly Archives June 2008

    Howdy folks. I'm a bit under the weather (just a cold), so I'll keep it short and sweet: John Hubb, one of my readers, sent me this article from the UK's Gaurdian newspaper called "Are photographers really a threat?" and it's worth the quick read. (Here's the link). After I posted the NAPP discount on the Epson 1900, I saw a number of comments about the 1900 itself, and more specifically how it compared to the considerably more expensive Epson 3800. Lots of readers jumped in with some really great info (which is one of the things I love about this blog), but there was one thing I didn't see anyone mention as a comparison, and that is; the 3800 makes up to 17"x22" prints, whereas the 1900 only does up to 13"x19" prints. Anyway, I hope that helps. MD (another reader) sent this…

    First though, a big thanks to David Ziser for this wonderful post yesterday. I am such of fan of David's work and his ability to pass on what he's learned in the way he does, and it was an honor to have him here on the blog. Each special guest blogger has total free rein to write about any topic that's on their minds, so it's always a treat for me to see what they come up with.OK, now on to the story: I meant to actually write about this a few weeks back, when I was in New York for the Lou Manna Workshop and my B&H Photo class, but it completely slipped my mind (embarrassing stories have a way of doing that). Anyway, RC Concepcion and I were to meet our buddy Matt Kloskowski the following evening for a shoot in New…

    What It Takes to be a Complete Wedding Photographer It's Friday and a quick check of the calendar reminds you of what you already knew - you have a big wedding on Saturday. How do you react to the calendar reminder - is it just another darn wedding, or is it news that fires you up with the photographic possibilities of the day. Many photographers I meet are pretty excited about being involved in wedding photography. But too many other photographers I have met over the years answer with a negative attitude, and that is just too bad. Too bad for them and too bad for the client who has hired someone who may not put their heart and soul into the job. What makes a good wedding photographer, or better yet, what makes a complete wedding photographer? What do I mean by complete…

    ......one of the most prolific photography bloggers out there, one of the finest instructors in our industry, and one of the most celebrated wedding photographers anywhere--the amazing David Ziser. If you haven't already, jump over to David's "Digital ProTalk" blog (here's the link) to learn a little more about his work, then be sure to come back here tomorrow to catch his post (I read it today and it's excellent--and while it is about wedding photography, any working pro in any photography field will get something out of it).

    We just worked out a special deal with Epson, where NAPP members can get $75 off Epson's Stylus Photo R1900 13"x19" wide color photo printer (which is pretty sweet, considering a one-year membership to NAPP membership itself is only $99). The details (and the special discount code), are found on the NAPP member Website, in the Discounts section (the direct links are on the member home page), but beyond that, Matt Kloskowski did three videos for members on how to use the printer, and so you can see if it's right for you. The big thing about the R1900 is the quality of its glossy prints (which some claim gives the best quality glossy prints of any printer, thanks to its Ultrachrome High Gloss 2 Ink set), but it prints on virtually any paper, and you can use roll sheets, you can print borderless,…

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