Author Archives: MelanieF
Drum Scans Color space is determined by the methodology used to create the colors within a file. The most popular of those are: RGB CMYK LAB or a similar space such as YCC RGB is gaining popularity in the graphics output community. RGB colors are “mixed” using values stated in levels instead of percentages. i.e. […]Read More
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When Reed Art & Imaging decided to publish an electronic newsletter. I went on an expedition to investigate what was the best software to use and how to comply with the anti-spam laws. Initially I tried two programs; Constant Contact and Autoresponder. Constant Contact has templates that were fairly easy to edit and use. I […]Read More
The creative person inside of me always wants to go with the flow, let my creative juices just start to simmer and pretty soon I’ll have created something great. Well as much as I wish that’s the way it worked for my videos, it doesn’t. The devil is in the details. I have to think […]Read More
Once I have my subjects signed up and ready for the shoot, I like to make the most of the opportunity. I plan on at least 30 minutes to one hour on-site. I get as much footage as possible so that I can edit to my hearts content and maybe even get enough for TWO […]
In this post, I’ll go over the equipment and software you need to get started. I’m a graphic designer at Reed Photo Art. Among other things, I design and publish our e-newsletter and create our YouTube videos used in our social networking. So far, all of my work has been done on a 17” MacBook […]
Gary Reed, General Manager for Reed Photo-Imaging has been participating in a lively discussion on Linked-In regarding the supposed obituary for traditional film. There were 120 posts with a total of 36 Linked-In members responding. Nineteen of the members either were still using film in their personal work or had moved back to using film […]Read More
Part II of our one on one with Jody Akers. He discusses fried chicken and toy cameras, specifically his use of the Holga camera. Both color and BW images are featured. Special offer in the video for toy camera shooters. Don’t miss this video.
Extremely talented, Dan Walters has been epitomizing the perfect wildlife shots for years. Practically undiscovered, his body of work is worth more than a passing glance. In this one-on-one artist highlight with the wildlife photographer, Dan discusses his inspirations and techniques for shooting wildlife. He showcases thirteen of his photographs in a slide show that is not to […]Read More
“Old School” sums up Jody Akers’ urban style. In this, the first chapter of a two-part video series we talk with Jody about his hard-core attraction to vintage processes and avante-garde equipment. Share it!