For more than 20 years I’ve looked forward to late October in New York City. Not only is the weather often fantastic, it’s the time of year that the PhotoPlus Expo is held. And this year, they’ve upped the ante by adding a number of new events, including the inaugural WPPI 2011, which features a […]
From time to time I like to recommend outstanding blogs, podcasts, etc., and this is one of them: The Typical Shutterbug Podcast. I just listened to three recent podcasts on my iPod Touch and I highly recommend them for photographers of any level. Victor Cajiao is someone whom I’ve known for years, and we’ve met […]
Hi folks! It’s been a while since my last post, and that’s partly due to the fact that I’ve been using my Facebook page as a way to share links to articles, contests, gallery shows and other items I find interesting.Â Even if you don’t have a Facebook profile, you can see the most recent highlighted […]
I just posted a pretty long article on Pixiq.com entitled:Â 10 Tips for Navigating the PhotoPlus Expo in New York City. If you are at the show today, or if you are planning to attend this week or in upcoming years, I hope you find it useful. You can find the article here.
I’ve slowly been building a list of links on my Facebook Fan Page over at facebook.com/andrewdarlow. There’s quite a range of topics there that I’ve found interesting or enlightening, from installing a backup generator, to some incredible photos that I came across on Flickr.com. I like the way that Facebook makes it easy for people […]
I thought I’d send out a quick announcement that the Adobe CS5 Product Family launches today, Monday 4/12/2010. A streaming webcast launch begins at 8am PST (11am EST), and requires a free registration, which you can find a link to here. When you register, you’ll see some “sneak peek” videos of what’s inside (screen shot […]
As a photographer and educator, Iâ€™ve been using multimedia projectors for more than 15 years. They are, in my opinion, magical devices that can essentially turn a small laptop into a huge â€œslide projector.â€ But in many cases, you never quite know what the results will be until you connect to a projector at a […]
A few days ago, an update from the Palm Springs Photo Festival 2010 Celebration Program was sent to me. This looks to be an incredible event for advanced amateur and professional photographers, as well as students interested in photography. It will be held from March 28 – April 2, 2010 at Hyatt Regency Suites, Korakia […]« go back — keep looking »