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An LCD monitor for photo processing
posted by faizanfaiz - 14th of april, 2011
An LCD monitor for photo processing I have always been a die hard fan of CRT monitors from the very beginning when it comes to Graphic Designing, Video Editing and Photo post processing. In last 7-8 years I compared and tested... More...
Wishlist for better camera
posted by palangsi - 12th of april, 2011
Camera manufacturers have till now been mostly obsessed with megapixels. My wishlist 1. Have a detachable 3 inch LCD screen with shutter button, aperture and shutter speed control, review and drive mode change. Also able to... More...
About the future.
posted by jianbinglee - 7th of may, 2010
I have access to the microstock relatively late. Some friends say the best time of microstock is by 2008. Here are some against my confidence. These days, one after another since the adoption of some of my photos, but not a download.... More...
CD Buner : How I did that?
posted by indianeye - 15th of february, 2010
The idea to capture this shot illustrating visual pun was playing in my mind from many days. I was unable to find the way to execute it without any accident & damage. I am not a great photoshop expert so it was not easy for me. Finally... More...
Where to find models
posted by azurelaroux - 15th of august, 2009
This is a common question amoung stock photographers. We are all told that images with models are better than images without. Being relatively shy about asking people to pose for us we often start with family and friends. Eventually... More...
posted by moonimage - 29th of june, 2009
are you know? about when you make clipping path in photoshop and then add iptc info in ACDSee your clipping path will be removed!
Some questions to buyers of vector images
posted by piscari - 16th of december, 2008
Ladies and gentlemen! How often do you use vector format files such as: .eps, .cdr, .ai, .pdf? What is a file format you prefer more? what suggestions you have for these images? Thank you for your reply :)) More...
Mega Pixel Race - Seeking New Harware
posted by ratmandude - 10th of october, 2008
Please Note: No malice is intended in any of this comment of mine, especially not to any particular brand mentioned & or not mentioned here in this comment of my personal opinion. I am just a little confused right now as to what... More...
posted by patballard - 3rd of september, 2008
The Los Angeles Center for Digital Art is hosting a non-juried show. It's called "Snap to Grid." I have to admit that the title really attracts me. Most of us are currently emphasizing the commercial side of our art, but a little extra... More...
Archival CDs and DVDs
posted by patballard - 8th of august, 2008
This blog is for everyone who is so busy producing work that they don't always have the time to stay caught up on the technical side of digital imaging and photography. During a workshop that I took last week, the topic of long term... More...
How important it is to calibrate your monitor
posted by moonwalker - 24th of april, 2008
Hello there, After seeing 31 of my files under the Rejected Files list, I've learned something really important. These are the common reasons for my pictures being rejected: Poor color: this image has a low color profile and... More...
Army Daze
posted by fertographer - 28th of february, 2008
First time doing a TFCD (time for CD) with a male model and he agreed for the pictures to be put on DT. Which is a bonus because I get to learn to shoot portraiture outdoors as well as benefit from commercial sales here. For those... More...
posted by ulisse - 19th of november, 2007
It's amusing to see as every object can change aspect in vision of the light and its colors. All this it still comes more in evidence when photographer superficial ones that reflects the light.Now I have begun with the cd and dvd,... More...
Are you going to lose all your photos and valuable records through obsolescence?
posted by contclub - 19th of july, 2007
People wish to keep their photos and their records for lifetime or even generations, yet many appear unconcerned about the fact that in a few years' time current devices and on-line services may no longer be in use, and even the file... More...
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