Back from an extended summer (Down Under) break and I am thinking about all the things I have to get done. Then I came across a great article by Rebecca Greenfield on Fast Company about how the Creative Director at ETSY uses lists for everything so he can concentrate on creative stuff. (Read Rebecca’s article […]
Printings In Motion is the force behind Spreengs, greeting cards with a built-in screen that you can download a video to by using USB from any computer. While Spreengs is their retail operation, Printings In Motion have their own website and deal with companies to produce customised products, such as interactive brochures and more. I […]
Here’s what caught my attention on the Internet in the past week about photography: The Best of 2012 on iPh0! | iPhoneogenic: iPhoneography | Mobile Photography http://iphoneogenic.wordpress.com/2013/01/11/the-best-of-2012-on-iph0/ How To Prep For Sundance And Become An Indie Sensation | Co.Create: Creativity \ Culture \ Commerce http://www.fastcocreate.com/1682151/how-to-prep-for-sundance-and-become-an-indie-sensation?partner=newsletter Panasonic unveils HX-A100 Wearable Camcorder http://www.gizmag.com/panasonic-hx-a100-wearable-camcorder/25741/?utm_source=Gizmag+Subscribers&utm_campaign=d4b4b53b24-UA-2235360-4&utm_medium=email Ricoh’s 360-degree, one shot […]
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 […]
My latest article on the HP Professional Photography blog covers the real reasons why photography competitions are worth entering.
Part 2 of the Keeping Organised article is now up on the HP Professional Photography Blog. This part concentrates on the hardware side for photographers: storage, servers and backup and looks at some the the equipment HP offers in this area.
My latest post on the HP Professional Photography blog is entitled ‘How Photography Pros Stay Organised in a Multimedia World, Part 1‘ and covers the software side of finding images. Part 2 will look at local server solutions and more to look after the hardware side.
My latest article on the HP Professional Photography blog covers how photographers can make good use of HP’s MagCloud, a site that prints magazines on demand. The reality is that this site offers huge potential for photographers beyond the obvious, of self-publishing a magazine.
My latest post on the HP Professional Photography blog is on our frame of mind and how this relates to our photography and more directly to our business in tough times.