Monthly Archives: March 2016


Introduction To Astrophotography

For those of you who are obsessive about technical details, love to tweak technology without manuals or directions, and have a very high frustration tolerance, astrophotography may be for you. My experience has shown that most photographers of the enthusiast and above level are technofiles, with a keen affinity toward precision gadgets, be it cameras...

By |March 12th, 2016|Articles, Tutorials, Essays|0 Comments

A Revolutionary Art Medium

Photography began the long journey to its present state nearly two centuries ago. From the first known photograph taken in 1825 by French inventor Nicéphore Niépce to the current state of the art cameras comprised of many millions of transistors, the journey has been a tumultuous one with regard to photography as an art medium. It was not until the early 20th century that photographs...

By |March 10th, 2016|Articles, Tutorials, Essays|2 Comments

Canon Pro-2000 And Pro-4000 Printers

Canon recently announced four new wide format printers as upgrades to their current fleet of professional printers. The Pro-2000 and Pro-4000 are 24 and 44 inch printers respectively, targeted at the photography and fine art markets. The "S" models of those printers trade some precision for speed, aiming squarely at the signage markets. Notable upgrades over Canon's existing...

By |March 9th, 2016|News, Articles, Reviews|0 Comments