This post is self-plagiarized from a couple of earlier posts in this blog, with new material added. In this blog and elsewhere, I’m always posting images of the same subject matter over and over. I run in spurts. This year, I started out with the stitched infrared trees, moved on to hills across the valley… [Read More]
Archives for June 2015
If you’re reading my blog, you probably have a technical bent, or at least a tolerance for a little math. If that’s the case, I think you’ll enjoy this article by LenRentals’ Roger Cicala on sample variation in lens performance.
This is post thirteen in a series about my experiences in publishing a book. The series starts here. Now that I’ve decided on page size for the book, it’s time to think about the full bleed images. For those of you not familiar with the term, in the printing business, full bleed refers to images… [Read More]
This is post twelve in a series about my experiences in publishing a book. The series starts here. I said in an earlier post that sorting through the options for a book was a lot like working out the details of what goes into a house that you’re building. You’ve got a lot of choices… [Read More]
This one: Not a unanimous pick among you blog readers. In fact, it didn’t get one vote. I debated on whether to include it in the submission or not. This little exercise demonstrates to me — and I hope, to you all — how unpredictable and seemingly arbitrary the jurying process is. I’ve sat in… [Read More]