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Victorian Fairy Tarot

November 9, 2013

  We are always amazed by the quality of work done by the artists we work with. One of our most outstanding artists is Gary A. Lippincott.  We are proud to be his giclee printer.  Take a few minutes to look through this gallery of the Victorian Fairy Tarot Deck painted by Gary A. Lippincott [...]

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NINE Great Holiday Gift Ideas From GoNE, Inc.

September 1, 2013

Do you have one of those hard to shop for people on your list?  Here are some welcome and unique gifts only from GoNE. Inc. Some of these ideas need planning ahead… so we thought we might just mention them now!  Nine Holiday Gift Ideas: A home portrait on canvas. Bring us your best shot [...]

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Imaging for output Part 3

July 19, 2013

If you missed the Intro and Part 1 and Part 2 click on the links Imaging for output part III The final step in output is, of course, printing. If one is sending work out to a photo lab or giclée print shop, the end result should be one of collaboration. Work with the printer [...]

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Imaging for Output Part 1

May 3, 2013

When creating an image for output, one must remember the old adage, “Garbage in… Garbage out”.  If your digital file is not the best it can be then the resulting print will not be very good either.  The larger the output the better the image must be.  Many file defects can not be detected in [...]

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Fine Art Photography: Imaging for output, Three Part Discussion

April 27, 2013

The end result of photography is not as it used to be. In the days of film photography the only way the photographer could view the image was as an actual printed photograph or sit in a darkened room and view a slide show. If the processed photo was excellent the photographer might consider an [...]

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Plug-ins for Photoshop

April 3, 2013

Photoshop Plug-ins… What are they? Why do I need them? Plug-ins are typically third party software that works in conjunction with a specific software or software products. Adobe, makers of Photoshop, is company that encourages developers to create plug-ins for its products. There are several plug-in products that work with Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom that [...]

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Focus Stacking, Trends in Photography

March 29, 2013

A few years ago HDR (high dynamic range) be came the rage. It seemed that every online photo site was discussing how to do it. HDR photography was showing up every where. How-to instructions are easily found. With over 200,000 hits on Youtube for HDR tutorials, it is easy to see how popular this technique [...]

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Creating Panorama Photographs

September 9, 2011

A panoramic photo captures an image that is at least twice as long as high.  Usually a photograph with an aspect ratio* of 2:1 or higher would be considered a panorama. For example, 10×20 or 8×16 inch prints would be considered panoramic, with a view that is twice as wide as high.  An image that [...]

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Have you been counted?

June 1, 2011

Have you signed up to be counted in NEFA’s CultureCount? NEFA (New England Foundation for the Arts) is a enormous resource for anyone in the arts in New England.  If you are an artist, run a creative business or represent a cultural nonprofit you should be counted. Click here to find out why you should [...]

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Local Art and Photography Groups

May 13, 2011

Often being an artist is a lonely occupation. A great way to meet other artists and photographers is to join a club or guild. Although all the groups are different in their procedures the local groups are open to anyone who is active in the arts or photography, depending upon the group’s focus. Many of [...]

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