HP is a company I have always loved, whose products are well engineered and who have some of the brightest minds in Silicon Valley. So just what has got into HP and all the other computer makers, except Apple? The recent news that HP has dropped the TouchPad a month after the US release and […]
I came across this great article on Smashing Magazine on using tablets as a design tool, for sketching ideas and working with clients. It includes a great review of the pens available to use with the iPad. It could be quite relevant to photographers as well. After all, we have ideas too sometimes, don’t we? […]
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 not one that photographers would naturally consider. However a photography studio or even a hobbyist at home has need for the following: A fast printer for general printing tasks; Good […]
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 think many photographers will also find uses for it.
UK photographer and graphic designer David Springford now has three websites to his business, one on his graphic design, one for his photography and a new one for a line of tee-shirts with his designs printed on them, many of which have a photographic theme. The tee-shirt site, called eyetees, has a great design and […]
Tests Confirm CS4 Users Can Save Thousands of Dollars Through Productivity Gains in Everyday Tasks Adobe today announced benchmarking results from an independent research study conducted by Pfeiffer Consulting and commissioned by Adobe. According to the report, features in Adobe Creative Suite 4 software can dramatically increase productivity, efficiency and return on investment. Research shows […]
DIMi recently was hacked. It was an interesting experience, and, as always, we learned a lot from the experience. Hacking of sites is on the rise and there is reportedly a substantial increase in recent times, which is likely to continue. As NASA, various governments and large corporations have discovered, there is no such thing […]
Creative Business Development Series: Start Local, Grow Global, or How to Grow Your Imaging Business
With the Internet already a core part of your business life as an image maker, why not treat the whole world as your local market and expand the opportunities to sell your photography, design or services.
The highly anticipated Winners Showcase goes live on www.thecreateawards.com the same week. Press Release Create Magazine is proud to announce the Winners Showcase for The Create Awards 2007 hits newsstands – in all five regional editions of the NOV+DEC issue of Create – on Nov. 12th. The highly anticipated Winners Showcase goes live on www.thecreateawards.com […]
An online space for artists to display their work to a global audience of character art lovers If you are into character design there is a new web site and community at http://www.mojizu.com The site is free to join and provides profiles of character designers plus you can showcase your own designs there.