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Blurb’s new Color Management Resource Center is online.

You’ll find video tips for using Blurb ICC profiles, using BookSmart, and making Blurb books from PDFs.
It’s part of Blurb’s continuing commitment to advance print on demand quality.

Catch my Blurb seminar at Palm Springs Photo Festival – March 31.

Find my Blurb book Antarctica here.

Provide universal access to all knowledge. Is it possible? It is.

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Iceland’s got fantastic eruptions going on right now.

With four active volcanoes ready to blow this could be the beginning of something much larger.

This prelude is dramatic enough.

See video footage here.

Find out about my August Iceland workshop here.

NAPPlightroom3center

Lightroom 3 (now in public beta) offers a lot of great improvements.
As an upgrade, it’ll be a must.
Want to get ready for the next version of Lightroom? NAPP offers 9 online video training sessions on the new Lightroom 3 Beta.

The New Import
Web Publishing
Watermarking
Improved Vignettes
Improved Noise
New Grain Effect
Develop Enhancements
Slideshow Improvements
Custom Printing

Plus there’s an interview with Lightroom Sr Product manager Tom Hogarty.

View them here.
Download Lightroom 3 Beta here at Adobe Labs.

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The image above graphs Blurb’s ICC profile inside sRGB.

Graph Blurb’s new ICC profile and you’ll find something interesting. Blurb’s printers exceed SWOP (standard web offset presses) and they exceed sRGB in cool blues and yellows. What this means is you’ll get the most saturated color if you convert your Adobe RGB 1998 or ProPhoto RGB files into the Blurb color space rather than into sRGB. (Note you won’t get this is you convert sRGB files to the Blurb color space because you’ve permanently lost some saturation by going to sRGB first.)

The image below graphs SWOP inside Blurb’s ICC profile.

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Find my Blurb book Antarctica here.

Catch my Blurb seminar at Palm Springs Photo Festival – March 31.

Learn more in my Fine Art Digital Printing Workshops.

The new edition of my Blurb book Antarctica is online now. Same 100 images as the 2nd edition. Lots more text; Voyages, Facts, Climate Change, Disclosure of Practices, and more.

You can find it here.

Catch my Blurb seminar at Palm Springs Photo Festival – March 31.

Huntington Witherill

March 20, 2010 | 2 Comments

Huntington Witherill speaks eloquently about photography addressing issues as diverse as technology, manipulation, and composition. His images alone are worth watching these for.

Learn more about Huntington Witherill here.

Read our conversation here.



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Here are some first pass image selects from my recent Death Valley workshop. They won’t all make the cut, so this may be the only time anyone will ever see some of them. I’m really excited about the material I collected for composites.

We had such great locations, weather, and participants that I scheduled my Death Valley February 18-21, 2011 workshop today.

Find out more about locations in the Death Valley map we’re building right now.

Check out alumni Harry Sandler’s blog posts from the workshop.

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Photographing. It’s my favorite form of exercise. You walk, climb, squat, bend, reach, stretch and more – much more. You lose track of time and how far you’ve gone. You just keep going. You always want to go farther. It’s exhilarating! At the end of it all, you feel great and you return with something to show for it. I recommend it to everyone.

This image shows me walking across Badwater during my recent Death Valley workshop.

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Which cell phones emit the most and least radiation?

Find out here.

Read more in this week’s issue of Time magazine.

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