- Han on EyeFi changes everything!
- amanda on Why do people (people) put numbers (numbers) in parentheses?
- Rita Grobler on An iPad and EyeFi card bring the Holy Grail to pro photographers
- Jesse Aston on My bookbinding class ends with literal works of art
- Brian Lawler on Machine carving and old style gilding on a deadline
Monthly Archives: December 2011
If you have a dollar to spare, and you like lots of really bad type fonts, here’s a deal for you: FontPackPro, from Macware (a Summitsoft company) is a collection of 1,062 OpenType fonts for Mac that is normally sold … Continue reading
This blog originally appeared in 2010. It has been updated with fresh information. I’ve been studying and practicing GREP functions for about three years now, and I have to say I’m getting pretty good at it! I keep my various … Continue reading
This is an update of a blog I wrote in 2010. I added new information based on a new version of the flyer discussed. I printed a project in late summer – a four-panel “tourist” flyer designed to go into … Continue reading
Wherein the Blognosticator acts as Key Grip for his son in a beautiful redwood forest My Son Patrick is a cinematographer in Los Angeles. You have probably seen his work if you watch music videos, or have looked through the … Continue reading
This blog originally appeared on What They Think in September, 2010. I have updated it here with new information about fine art reproduction. In my last two blogs I discussed the process of reproducing fine art. So far we have … Continue reading
This blog originally appeared on What They Think in September, 2010. I have updated it here, and will add new information on the topic in the coming days. In my blog yesterday I described how to make a “fine art” … Continue reading
This blog originally appeared on What They Think in September, 2010. I will supplement it in the coming days with more up-to-date information. I made a deal sometime back with my friend Carlen that I would make a reproduction of … Continue reading
Back in the Awkward Years (1960-1984) we used to make paste-ups, then photograph them on large process cameras to make large sheets of film from which aluminum printing plates were made. Photographs were handled separately from line art, and the … Continue reading