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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Do the “Numbers” Matter?

Readers of my printer and paper reviews know that I first present and discuss a data set that describes how accurately a printed sample of colors (including grays) reflects the numerical values of those colors in the image file. The reason for...

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Printique Photo Albums

Use Your Isolation Time and Make A Photo Book I hope everyone is safe and healthy at home right now. It’s certainly a crazy time and if you are anything like me you may already be going a little stir crazy. In...

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Composing a Composite – Cliff Diver

The city of Acapulco, on Mexico’s west coast, has long been a major destination for tourists.  Of all its attractions, perhaps the most famous are the cliff divers at La Quebrada (The Creek), adjacent to the Mirador Hotel.  All members of the...

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The Making Of The Book Island

  The images in this book are a mix of photographs taken from ground level and from the air. I have crisscrossed the interior of the country thousands of kilometers in 4×4 jeeps. This to get off the beaten track of tourism...

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The Hahnemuehle Natural Line Paper Review

Hahnemuehle recently asked me if I would be interested in having a look at their new “Natural Line” of inkjet papers. Needless to say, I was. The “Line” includes three products – Bamboo, Agave and Hemp. Bamboo is not new, and I...

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