Aluminyze Metal Prints

Our friends at Aluminyze.com sent us a few samples of their large format metal prints. Including a 12X36 inch print from our recent trip to Antarctica. I opened this print with a couple of local photographer friends at Guggman Haus in Indianapolis...

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July Fourth 2020

This weekend we celebrate one of America’s biggest holidays. This year, though, will be one we won’t forget for a long time. The Fourth, as we call it, is one of the best days as it is usually jam-packed with parades, picnics,...

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The Photo and Video Kit Hall Of Fame

  Publisher’s Note: If you are a regular reader of this site you know I like photo gear.  When this came across my desk I thought you might enjoy not only looking at some classic gear being nominated.  It will be fun...

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GuraGear Sells Tamrac

Another Change in The Industry The photo industry is changing again with the recent announcement of the sale of Tamrac. Tamrac and Gura Gear until this past week were one company. I am sharing this as I am a believer and user...

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How to Get Big Impact from Smaller Prints

Photographers preparing to show their work are often tempted to make large prints. While that can be a great approach, especially with today’s relatively low printing prices, there are also plenty of situations where 11 x 14, 8 x 10, or even...

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Saving Your Memories – Make Prints

The Value of the Print A few years back, with the death of my mom and dad, and now recently with my wife Debra’s father passing away from COVID-19, I have come to realize how important the print is to photography. We...

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Olympus Says Goodbye To Its Camera Business

The Handwriting Was On The Wall For months now, anyone with their ear to the ground was getting the vibrations that Olympus was in trouble. The once well-respected camera brand that made their name since the film days (1939) manufacturing well-built, small-sized...

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Conversation With Peter Eastway – Stranded

Peter Eastway is a great friend and extraordinary photographer from Australia. We have done numerous workshops together in a number of different and exotic locations around the world. Peter is one of the most optimistic and positive photographers I know. No matter...

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A Pyramid Perspective

As I passed by The Pyramids at College Park, located at 3500 Depauw Boulevard, Indianapolis, I looked out the window of the family van and noticed this was the day I had been waiting for.  The Pyramids are office buildings that are part...

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