Last weekend I was at JP’s Hot Dog stand at the Scituate Lighthouse. The food here is unbelievable and Joe Spinzola might be the nicest guy in Scituate. Joe is kind enough to let me sell some of my framed prints under his tent; however, people generally don’t do their art shopping at hot dog
Whether it was for signs, packaging labels or large format photos, getting my images to print out of my large format printer with exact dimensions was always frustrating. While I haven’t quite figured out why printing JPEGs never worked properly, I’ve managed to solve my problem by simply saving my images as Adobe PDF files.
Whenever I printed, matted and framed my photos, they would look fantastic for a week or 2, but would always end up looking like this: My methods were bad and the glue I was using was also wrong for this application. It was thicker and foamy almost like Spiderman’s webslinger gunk, and the image wouldn’t
A while back, my friend Jay and I were doing yard work for his grandmother and she happened to be getting rid of stuff in her barn. She asked us if we saw anything we liked and as I browsed around, a nice looking cabinet caught my eye. When I opened it up, I was
There are multiple ways to shoot jewelry, but there are a few essentials that can mean the difference between a good and bad photo. The 4 main things that I need to complete an image are: Good jewelry photography needs sharp, crisp focus. Macro focus will work but I prefer to use manual
When I started working for Hapco, I knew the possibilities for their product line were endless. Seeing a material turn from a liquid to a solid in less than a minute was not something I even knew was possible. It opened my eyes to an idea that would only work if something cured almost instantaneously.
A friend of mine recently became a new homeowner and to save money on the kitchen, she bought mismatched cabinets. There were a few sections that were just stained wood and didn’t match the majority, which were an off-white color. This work required the use of spray equipment. If you can borrow or rent the
A few years back, my father and I decided it would be fun to try and re-paint my p.o.s. eclipse since it was near the end of it’s life. It was worth it just for the quality time spent with my father, but it actually turned out pretty well too.