HP Supports Platinum Printing and Other Alternative Processes

In an interesting and timely development, HP has released a paper preset for their Z3200 large format printer line to make the production of digital …

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The Photography Business, Part 6: Changing Your Range of Services

The Photography Business, Part 6: Changing Your Range of Services is now up on the HP Pro Photo blog.

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Phoozl is a Photo-based Game Site

Phoozl.com is a website for photographers who like games. At launch it had about 30 games. One word of warning, it is a Flash-based site, …

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iPhone Application Development for Dummies Book Review

It you are considering getting into writing apps for the iPhone, this excellent book is the one to get. iPhone Application Development for Dummies 2nd …

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The Epson B-510DN Inkjet Printer is a Winner

The B-510DN is a business printer, A4 or letter sized and very useful for photographers as well. This is a four-colour printer, so it is …

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Prototyping iPad Applications using Keynote (and would even work in Powerpoint)

A really interesting thing I found was a tutorial on prototyping iPad and iPhone applications by using Keynote, Apple’s Powerpoint equivalent to build an interactive …

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The Photography Business, Part 5: Diversification vs. Specialization

Part 5 of my photography business series is up on the HP Professional Photography blog. It is on the topic of whether to diversify or …

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Photography Business Series, Part 4: Client Management

Part 4 of this growing series on the business of photography is now up on the HP Professional Photography blog.

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The Keys to getting the most out of photography and art study

Many students doing a photography or fine art study program fail completely to get out of it all they could. Here is how to improve …

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Photography Business Series, Part 3 – What to Charge

The third part of my photography business series is up on the HP Pro Photo blog. It is on the topic of what to charge …

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Photography Business Series, Part 2

Part 2 of my photography business series is now up on the HP Professional Photography blog. It is on the topic of Time Management.

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Homage: Contemporary Art in Digital Media ̶ a traveling exhibit

Homage:  Contemporary Art in Digital Media ̶ a traveling exhibit Escondido Arts Partnership Municipal Gallery ̶ July 9 to August 21, 2010 Art Institute of …

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The business of photography, part 1

I’ve started a new series on the HP professional photography blog about the business of photography. Somewhat controversial in places, I try to spell things …

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Starting an iPhone Application Business for Dummies Book Review

Starting an iPhone Application Business for Dummies is part of the brilliant for Dummies series that covers pretty much everything. The book covers what you …

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Snow Leopard for Mac OS a Great Update for Photographers

I tend to be very conservative with software updates on my MacBook, as it is my main writing machine. But some software I wanted to …

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Alien Skin Eye Candy 6 Review

Eye Candy is a plug-in set of filters for Photoshop and compatible software that is aimed much more at graphic designers than photographers, though I …

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Photography basics

My latest post on the HP professional photography blog is the start of a series of articles on photography basics. This one is on exposure …

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The State and Future of Photography as a Vocation

What follows started off as my response to a question on a LinkedIn discussion group about the state of profession photography. In what follows I …

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Merry Christmas

We wish all our readers all the best for the season and may 2010 be a much better year for everyone.

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Making Images is Good for Your Health

For us creative types there is a real compulsion to create. Exercising our creativity is also a key to maintaining our balance and harmony.

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