An advantage of using Epson printers is the Advanced Black & White printer driver. This helps ensure that you get perfect black and white prints every time.
When we look at photographs or any images do we really need the colour aspect of the information to "see" the message the image is trying to convey? The monochrome image has been around for well over 100 years and even considering the advancements in image making and print production there remains a desire for people to see monochrome images to this day.
The iPhone equipped with a 5 megapixel camera can capture excellent photos, if the photographer is zeroing in on great compositions and understanding light. There are no camera settings to be made so working with the iPhone distills the photograph down to composition and light.
Karen Messick shares with us some of the great images she has captured and explains how she got them.
Printing your photographs brings a whole new dimension to your photography. To glide your cursor over the button that says "Print" is not printing at all. Printing is creating and nurturing the true potential and essence of your composition "prior" to "clicking print".
In this article, Paul Gallagher explores his love of the print and why you should really be printing more.
You are now in business as a photographer, and are developing a client base, have an improving grasp of your preferred methods of self-promotion, and have the basics in place to support the business. How do you keep going, keep growing the business, and avoid becoming one of those cheerful statistics that states 70% of businesses fail in the first 2-3 years?