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  • Category Archives Photography

    OK, they're not "technically" High-Def prints----I call them 'high definition' because to me they look like the difference between an HD television and a regular television (they are that good!). These are the prints on metal (aluminum) from Imagewizards (I talked about their prints earlier this year---here's the link), and even though I've seen other prints on metal, I've never seen metal prints like theirs (don't confuse these with printing on metallic paper---this isn't printing on paper at all---your image is printed on Aluminum (they call it AluminArte). The detail is insane!!!). Since the detail is insane, we asked them for an insane deal. Here it is: Two (2) of their 16 x 24" Framed images for $250 NOTE: Their Regular Price is $237.61 each, so you're saving around $225.22!!!) One 24" x 32" Framed image for $250 NOTE: Regular price is $322.77 (you…

    Scott Bourne over at the Photo Focus podcast was kind enough (read as: crazy enough) to have me on as his Guest host this week, and we just had a ball fielding all sorts of questions from his listeners. We really covered some interesting and varied topics, so if you've got a few minutes, head over there and check it out----Scott is a teriffic host and I think you'll enjoy it (OK, when I said "Scott" that time I was talking about Scott Bourne). :) Here's the link (and thanks to Scott for having me on).

    A couple of weeks ago, a friend emailed me a link to a photographer’s portfolio and he wanted to know what I thought of this guy’s work. I followed the link and in his portfolio he had different categories there (landscape, wedding, portraits, travel, etc.) so I clicked on portraits, and a large main image appeared alongside a grid with 20 smaller thumbnails. At the bottom of the page he also had a link to a 2nd, 3rd, and 4th page of his portrait images. After spending a few minutes going through his portrait galleries, here’s what I thought: On page 1 of his portrait gallery I thought, “Hey, this guy is really good.” On page 2, I thought, “Well, I guess he’s pretty good” By page 3, I thought, “Gees, some of these aren’t all that good.” By page 4, I thought, “Man,…

    On Saturday morning, Brad, Matt, RC and I were very fortunate to be a part of the amazing Help-Portrait movement put together by  photographer Jeremy Cowart, and it truly is something special. I didn't realize how special Help-Portrait was until I actually participated this weekend. We were part of a group of photographers and retouchers that did portraits at Operation PAR, a women's drug abuse treatment center. There are about 70 women and their children that live in a 'village' operated by the center, and we had 17 photographers and assistants shooting, but just Matt, Brad and I doing all the editing, retouching, and output. We decided to do the printing as well, so we could deliver a finished 8x10 and a sheet with a 4x6" print and four wallet-sized prints, right there on the spot. The day really had it's ups and downs,…

    If you're looking for a really unique holiday gift for the photographer on your list (or you just want a really cool t-shirt that nobody else will have), AND you totally love the idea that 100% of the profits go to feeding and caring for kids in a orphanage in Kenya that you guys helped to build (see below), then man have I got a holiday gift idea for you! I came up with the idea for these off-camera flash t-shirts earlier this year, and with the gracious help of the folks over at cafepress.com, you can order yours today in different colors and styles (men's and ladies' versions) , and sweatshirt and hoodie designs, and if you don't want the t-shirt, there's even a coffee cup for the off-camera flash geek on your holiday gift list. There are four different shirt designs: Group…

    Remember last week when I did that post about a better option from IKEA for hanging your unframed prints on the wall, that I got from Ed Loziuk (one of my blog readers)? Well, although I was able to show the actual IKEA parts (the rail and the clips), some people posted comments asking for images of what it actually looks like in use. Well, Ed was nice enough to take a couple of shots, and he let me share them here with you. Thanks once again Ed---you're a good man! :)

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