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Fourth printing if the new card

MOO, No, Not That One!

Some companies know how to offer good customer service, period! MOO is an Internet-based printing company that offers a variety of products with high quality printing on hefty stock. Last year I made a set of business cards that featured a couple of photographs from my Orchis collection, and later another set with photographs from the dome of Hagia Sophia. They came out very … [Read More...]

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Disarmed on LensCulture

Disarmed on LensCulture

My collection of photographs of Greta Hodgkinson performing Disarmed was published by LensCulture in Conceptual category. I am, of course, very pleased with this and wanted to share with the readers of this blog. Take a look at the collection … [Read More...]

WordPress Options Table

WordPress Options Table Bloat

I have been a fan of WordPress for quite sometime now and have used it in my teaching of Marketing on the Internet and Web Design course for many years, and as a Web developer I have deployed many WordPress sites for many clients. Over time it … [Read More...]

Life Magazine


For many years, nay decades LIFE was photography and photography was about life. The documentary below, America In Pictures: The Story of LIFE Magazine by British photographer, film maker Rankin traces the roots of LIFE with interviews, sample … [Read More...]

Free Software for Photographers

I have come across this morning that Zoner Photo Studio is giving their $90 software for free today. It is similar in concept to Lightroom. I downloaded and activated a copy to see how it behaved, it seems reasonably intuitive in its functions … [Read More...]

Shakers on Red

Salt and Pepper

Sometimes very unlikely subjects capture our imagination, things that would not be ordinarily appealing to photograph may become very interesting. During a dinner at Cafe Nuovo in Providence, the first thing I noticed as we sat at the table was … [Read More...]