In 2016, the New Bedford Fishing Heritage Center received a prestigious Archie Green Fellowship from the American Folklife Center to document workers on the New Bedford waterfront for AFC’s Occupational Folklife Project (OFP). The OFP is an ongoing research initiative to record the lives, careers, and experiences of contemporary workers in a wide range of trades and occupations throughout the United States.
Photographer and fishing industry insider Phil Mello is working on a documentation project for the Library of Congress. The project features the people who represent the fishing industry in the world's largest fishing port, New Bedford, MA.
Does that “Print Size” button in Photoshop give you night sweats?
What resolution do you save your image at for web viewing?
72ppi? 72dpi? 96? Does it matter?
What is the difference between DPI and PPI anyway?
The New Bedford Fishing Industry Through Industry Eyes.
The exhibition runs at the New Bedford Art Museum in the “Regions” gallery, from August 4th until the 28th and the opening reception will be August 13, from 6-8PM.
He taught us to not only see the light, but to move it, bend it and most importantly control it, no matter where or when we were creating images. He was a brilliant educator and often referred to as the finest presenter in the industry. With a combination of wit and the ability to reduce complicated concepts to workable solutions, he was the “Dean” of Photographic Education.
A couple of weeks ago we had a customer come in with 4 framed engravings. He’d bought them at an antique store and had them hanging in his house, but age had gotten the better of them and he wanted us to scan them and “freshen” them up a bit.
Bob started his photography career in 1970, leaving the U.S. Air Force, and putting in time at schools like the Rhode Island School of Photography, Rhode Island School of Design, Brown University and the Winona School of Photography, where he studied, taught, and shot alongside some of the best photographers of our time.
LabPrints Digital Studio allows you to upload and order 1 portrait print or 3,000 4x6 proofs. you can easily crop your image to the shape of the print size ordered, and set up online galleries for your clients (and their guests) to order from.
When dealing with thousands of images there is a very good chance that at some point you'll end up with more than one file with the same name. I've had bad things happen to my own files in the past, and what I’m about to show you could've stopped those issues cold.
“My phone died and I lost all my photos!” “I lost my phone and all my pictures.” “My memory card isn’t working, it has all my baby pictures on it.” “I reformatted the card by accident, can you save my pictures?”
An artist’s mother brought a large, magnificent 3.5’x 4’ nude artwork in a glass-protected frame for scanning.
We were the only company that she could find that could scan the original without removing the artwork from the frame.
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