Posts from the ‘Technology’ Category
There is no simpler way to make a good first impression on someone then by having a well designed business card. That is why we are always giving out business cards left and right. Over %90 of the time when we handout our cards we end up getting comments and questions about them. We find that few extra seconds of conversation that the card grants can be quite valuable. It gives us that extra moment to make sure we really get our message across to the prospective client.
The biggest question we get asked about the cards is where they printed. Well today’s post we decided to give credit where it is deserved. We ordered all of our business cards from a website called Taste of Ink Studios. They produce a wide array of marketing products ranging from business cards to presentation folders. If you can’t design your own card, they will even design one for you for an extra fee. Their mission is to deliver to you the highest quality product available.
The ordering process was quite simple. We designed the cards our self and uploaded them using their instructions provided on their website. The whole printing process took a few weeks. Waiting was tough but, the results speak for themselves:
If you are looking for a powerful business card we can’t recommend Taste of Ink Studios enough. The business cards have been worth every penny. Also if you would like one of our cards please contact us to request one.
We have been asked a few times by others what HDR Images are and how they are used. HDR stands for High-dynamic-range imaging. It produces photographs that look more like how the human eye would see the scene. Here is a side by side comparison of the same image as a regular image and a HDR image.
If you compare the two images you can see that on the regular image parts of the house, grass in the front yard, and bushes are dark and underexposed. In the HDR image those parts of the image are just a tad brighter and easier to see. The same also applies to the overexposed areas. In the regular image they tend to turn out blasted white with no detail. While in the HDR image those areas usually have more detail.
We produce all of our outside images using HDR techniques. We find that it helps produce a more natural looking photograph considering all of the various lighting conditions you are likely to run into outdoors. If it is needed inside the home we will also shoot HDR images. Usually the interior is lit well enough that we only need to use bounce flash and Photoshop editing in order to produce the interior images.