First up, I’ve got a more in-depth overview of the Sony NEX-VG10 over at Tech Tilt.
And second, I just wanted to point out that the location product shots of the NEX-VG10 appear to have been captured with a Sony A850 and Zeiss lenses. I realize that’s not quite as juicy as a 5D Mark II on Sony’s set (and I’m sure this will generate the obligatory “who cares” comment), but I figured I’d give Sony a bit of credit where credit is due.
I recently ordered some business cards from moo.com. They arrived in my mailbox yesterday. I’m very impressed with how these Moo cards look – and how easy they were to order.
In the past, I’ve used a Photoshop template to set up my business card designs, which I tinkered with forever before I was finally happy with the design. Then, I ended up ordering hundreds of the same card.
Granted, that works fine for a lot of folks; however, I really liked the idea of shaking things up by using multiple images as a featured photo in the same batch of business cards. I think other photographers might appreciate this as well. In fact, with Moo, every single card can use a different image if you so choose.
I recently read about Moo cards from my friend Rich Legg, who seemed to be very pleased with his Moo MiniCards. So, with a hat tip to Rich, I thought I’d give them a try. [click to continue…]