Category: Photo / 3D

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DirtFish Brand Revamp

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DirtFish is a rally school, located in the foothills of the Cascade Mountain range, that is dedicated to teaching the exciting sport of Rally to anyone who shares an interest. Although they started small and with a passion and desire for everything rally, their format quickly gained wide recognition, evolving them to be the most [...]

Performance Screenshot

Are you accurately measuring the success of your e-mail marketing campaigns?

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In e-mail marketing, there are two pieces of data that are commonly used to evaluate success; the open rate and the click-through rate. A common misconception is that the open rate is a good indicator of response, and it is if your open rate is being tracked reliably. Unfortunately it’s becoming harder and harder to [...]

Still Life

Still Life Food Photography

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I’m on week 5 of my 7/52, taking 7 photos every week. Sometimes it comes down to the wire: suddenly it’s Sunday, and I haven’t taken any photos yet. Photography is all about seeing, though, and there are always plenty of things to see around the house; sometimes you just have to make them happen. [...]

Cad to Ad

Leveraging CAD data to create photo-realistic imagery

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In the past year, we’ve been working with our existing clients on a concept many refer to as CAD-to-AD. The concept is simple, leverage the existing SolidWorks CAD data many engineering-based companies already own, and use it to create photo-realistic imagery using 3D software and high-end rendering techniques. The process is simple. Clients send us [...]

Purple Produce

Purple Produce

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After a trip to the local farmer’s market over the weekend, I realized that some of the produce I picked were various shades of purples: violet radishes, purple peppers, red spring onions, and red buttercrunch lettuce. The lettuce and radishes were used in a big green salad with lots of other veggies from the market; [...]

House

Abandoned Homesteads Photo Project

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A few years ago I started photographing old houses. I especially like the ones that are falling down. I’m not a purist and I’m not opposed to using Photoshop. I like to add drama with high contrast and saturation to make them a little more powerful. You just have to wonder… Farmers? Was it good [...]

Smoked Glass Wares

My Thrift Shopping Obsessions (3 of 3)

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Smoked Glass Somewhere along the line, I picked up a collection of smoked glass. I didn’t even know I was doing it. Some pieces I have multiples, some pieces I only have one. I mentioned in an earlier post that I still have room for one more bowl or tablecloth, but unfortunately, that does not [...]

Enamel wares

My Thrift Shopping Obsessions (2 of 3)

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Vintage Enamelware Another item that I’m mildly obsessed with is enamelware—this is metal (steel, cast iron, or aluminum) that’s covered with brilliantly colored enamel. Cathrineholm is specifically highly collectible and beautiful (as seen on the teapot and bowl). Dansk also made a line of enamel cooking ware from the 1950s to 1970s that has very [...]

Teak wares

My Thrift Shopping Obsessions (1 of 3)

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Vintage Teak Those that know me know I’m obsessed with thrifting and its ilk—estate sales, garage sales, scouring craigslist for a screaming deal on that certain piece—these are all things I love to do.  But thrift stores are where I go most frequently since they are stationary constants. My love of thrift stores started as [...]