Thursday, 22 October 2009 04:47

Inkjet Technology Permanence

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I have always been convinced of the quality of the latest inkjet technology, not only from an aesthetic point of view, which is very obvious at first glance, but also in terms of light-fastness and longevity of the prints which are produced. Today, I read a new press release which further strengthens my belief. Using the same printer I make use...

Monday, 31 August 2009 10:05

About Architecture

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I have been busy lately. I’m putting together a collection of architecture photos. Maybe I’ll even exhibit them one day. For now they are going to be used for a 20-image panel for an Associate qualification. Choosing good architecture photos wasn’t at all easy. I spent days rummaging through all my photos, selecting,...

Thursday, 06 August 2009 10:19

Contemplating About Art (and Photography)

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Contemplating About Art (and Photography)I have recently read an interesting article listing the top 200 artists of the 20th century. The artists were voted for by readers over a period of 16 weeks. 1.4 million votes tells me there’s quite an interest in the subject! The list is interesting, and of course, controversial, as the article by Charles Saatchi illustrates nicely at the...

Thursday, 30 July 2009 09:55

Cycles of the Earth

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I’ve been contemplating about this one for quite some time now. There are times when the idea strikes but it doesn’t feel quite the right time to hatch. I took these photos on a lovely day in the south of Malta. Sometimes I just pick up the camera, get to a place, and wander around aimlessly, alone. I find these moments mentally...

Monday, 27 July 2009 09:33

The Malta Jazz Festival 2009

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Seems like lately I’ve been doing quite a few events. It is summer after all, and it is a great way to spend an evening. This time I’ve managed to squeeze myself into the Malta Jazz Festival, which after a few years went back to its original location and more importantly, its original format. Unfortunately I was only able to attend one of the evenings, however here are some photos from the great Cuban band Maracas, who managed to get everyone dancing in the end!

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