Monthly Archives: March 2008

Computer LCD Monitors for Photography

This article is part 1 of a series — read part 2, Calibrating and Profiling Your Monitor, here. How do you choose the best LCD monitor for your computer? Do you know that there are three distinct types of LCD … Continue reading

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Pentax Photo Gallery Musings

You may have noticed links to the Pentax photo Gallery on various pages around this site (if not, here’s one: www.pentaxphotogallery.com/markroberts). It’s an online photo gallery set up by Pentax to show off work produced by their equipment. Anyone who … Continue reading

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Along These Rivers: Department of Irony

I will no longer be selling the Along These Rivers book on my web site. The publishers are refusing to sell me any additional books because I have criticized the project in this blog. Despite my comments on the book … Continue reading

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Ghost in the Dungeon

My photoblog seems to be on a “castle” trend lately, but what’s the harm in that? This photo is from Warwick (pronounced “worrick” for you Americans) Castle in England. Warwick Castle dates back to around the year 900, although it … Continue reading

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AntiDull.com: The Good, the Bad and the Interesting

I was recently asked for permission to use one of my photos in AntiDull Online Art Magazine (www.antidull.com). It’s an intriguing concept so I agreed to give it a whirl and the photo they chose (shown at right) has just … Continue reading

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