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Software for the colorblind: WhatColor

Although it has been a while since the last post like this I am always interested to find more tools meant to help the colorblind with using their computers or photography in general. I had heard of this program before but didn’t have the time to try it out and post about it until [...]

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A Photographer’s Path gallery open at the Center at High Falls in Rochester, NY (gallery)

I thought this would be a good bit of news for some of the Rochester area people who read this site. The High Falls Gallery opened their “A Photographer’s Path” show this past Sunday, March 22. The show will be running through May 3, 2009 so be sure to get out there and [...]

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Two new galleries added, and introduction of the Galleries page

Although it has been up there for a little while now, there is a Galleries page which takes you to a list of all the galleries I’ve added since using NextGEN for my photo management on the site. Any new gallery I add to a post will be placed on that page as [...]

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The Colorblind Photographer is now a B&H affiliate!

Another email out of the blue coming from this site, and this time it was from B&H. They’ve invited me to join their affiliate program and I’ve accepted! I’ve certainly done plenty of business with them over the years and will continue to do so as well as continue to recommend them [...]

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Olympus shows restraint, says “12 megapixels is enough.”

I know I have berated Olympus and others before for cramming too many pixels in to their cameras. Every six months it seems a new batch of cameras comes out and if the resolution hasn’t been upped by at least two megapixels then it’s a big shock.

This week Akira Watanabe, Olympus’ Imaging SLR [...]

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Some pretty big site updates

There have been various WordPress and plugin updates recently but today I looked in to some new themes. Not that the one I had before was bad, but it lacked a couple features I wanted and made doing a few other things difficult (I had already modified the code some in the past). Now [...]

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Bookmaking reviews: SmileBooks part 3

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Bookmaking reviews: SmileBooks part 2.5

Since DHL doesn’t appear to have even attempted a delivery today (the signed slip I put on the door last night is still there) I decided to add a gallery showing different parts of the SmileBooks software. Click to see the full post to see the images. [...]

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Bookmaking reviews: SmileBooks part 2

To continue the review I’ll talk about the SmileBooks book building software in a bit more detail. The final piece of the review should come tomorrow since the missed delivery DHL slip on my door today was for the book.

As I mentioned in the first part of the review, the SmileBooks software is [...]

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Samsung’s new NX series interchangeable lens cameras could be interesting

Samsung cooks up an interesting new camera showing off some new ideas that seem to cross the micro-4/3 concept with the traditional cropped sensor DSLR. [...]

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