Mpix Review: Canvas Gallery Wraps

Mpix Canvas Gallery Wrap ReviewThis is the first in a series of product reviews featuring the various products offered by our friends over at Mpix.

Today we’re going to take a look at a 16×24 Canvas Gallery Wrap that I recently had printed of one of  my favorite shots taken in Ithaca, NY last spring on one of my photowalks.

Mpix is offering a special 25% discount on Canvas Gallery Wraps for my readers until Wednesday 3/31 at Midnight CST. All you have to do is enter the code JMOOREGW during checkout to receive the special pricing. The discount applies to all gallery wraps regardless of size, so if you want to offer a special product for your clients, give a unique gift with Easter coming up, or just have a new piece to hang in your home or office, you should definitely check it out! You could save up to $42.50 off a 24×36!

Let’s get to it!

Removing Halftone from Scanned Newspaper Photos

My dad recently sent me a scanned photo from an old newspaper that he is using in a historical video he is working on. One of the main issues you face when working with projects of this nature is quality images. Sometimes, you have actual photos, which usually contain a workable amount of visual data to work with. Sometimes you’re on the other end of the spectrum with photocopies of old newspapers.

For this tutorial we’re looking at a pretty typical source image,  a scan of a newspaper photo, and how to remove the halftone dot pattern caused by printing.

Event Photography Tips

I have recently been asked to consider shooting a class reunion this summer by one of my wife’s colleagues. Always wanting to make sure I’m covering all my bases and that I know what I’d be getting myself into, I reached out to a few wedding photographer friends of mine to see if they had any insights that I might draw from as I make my decision and, potentially, prepare for the job.

Photowalk This Saturday

In case you haven't heard, this Saturday is the day for Scott Kelby's 2nd Annual Worldwide Photowalk! As of today there are 915 walks scheduled with over 24,000 walkers and counting! We have 18 so far for our Cazenovia Photowalk as part of this worldwide event,...

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