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Working with a professional print shop can be a daunting experience, but the main trick is to properly analyze the job you want done.
Only a few years ago, printing photos and business documents required a trip to your local photography store or print shop. These days, you can do it all from the comfort of your home or office, taking advantage of a greater selection of products and often saving considerably in the process.
MacFlux 3 offers powerful, flexible, template-based CSS Website creation tools.
JVC Professional has introduced its first 3D ProHD camcorder, the GY-HMZ1, at the NAB 2011 trade show in Las Vegas.
Cisco reportedly plans to shutter its Flip videocam business in a restructuring of its consumer operations following a disappointing string of quarters.
Audio pros that use Harman's Crown line of wireless amplifiers can now monitor, tweak, and manage their audio systems directly from the comforts of their iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch.
These top-rated multifunction printers offer a wealth of variety and functionality. Choose an inkjet or laser model to print, copy, scan, and in some cases, fax.
The Foundry has launched Storm, a Mac-based RED Digital Cinema workflow product.
Apple's iLife music-making app will land on the App Store on March 11--just in time for the launch of the iPad 2.
Sony will soon begin selling a professional monitor that contains the largest commercial organic light-emitting diode (OLED) screen yet produced.
Xerox on Monday offered a glimpse into the future of its printing products, announcing a high-speed inkjet printer that employs a new type of liquid-free ink to produce higher quality prints while reducing costs.
Michael L. Farrell’s Verto Studio 3D combines 3D modeling, lighting and texture mapping with the iPad’s intuitive touch interface.
If you enjoy making music, this quirky iPad app will provide plenty of entertainment.
The IRISPhoto 4 Scanner is a fine choice for folks looking to digitize large stacks of 4-by-6 photos, and who favor speed and convenience over superior scan quality. However, if you’re hoping to digitally preserve the beauty of high quality photos, the IRISPhoto 4’s washed out and noisy scans isn’t the device for you.
Last week, as part of our Macworld 2011 coverage, we put together a series of videos highlighting unique and interesting products on the show floor. Though the tools for shooting and editing have gotten better in the last few years, it remains a challenge to figure out how to put these pieces together on the fly, as so many things can (and will) go wrong. Here are a few tips we've found that work (and that don't) when shooting video on a show floor.