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Why Photographers Should Love Google+

Interesting article from James Brandon of Digital Photography School on the merits of Google+ vs Twitter/Facebook.

A short while ago, I wrote an article titled “Why Photographers Should Love Twitter” detailing the reasons why I love Twitter for interacting with other photographers and how great the community is there. Twitter is still great but everything has changed with the introduction of Google+. I’ve just started looking into Google+ and I’m already hooked.

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We're Hitting the Road

We’re loading up our Moabmobile and taking to the highways.  Check out our event calendar as we add places & dates.  (If you don't see much in the calendar, just click to see more dates.)

If you’re in the neighborhood during one of our visits, come say hi.  We’d love to meet you and talk photography, printing and paper!  We’ll have our newest and greatest products with us for you to touch, feel, test and maybe even walk home with.  Plus you’ll get to have all your questions answered with one of our friendly Moab tech-perts.

We're looking forward to seeing you.  If you have a local photo store you'd like to see us visit, let us know.

Win $750 in paper or a Limited Edition print

Reminder:  Today is the last day to enter The Artistic Nude competition

The first place winner will receive a limited edition 30"x40" print on Somerset Enhanced Velvet from Robert Farber and $750 in Moab paper. 

The top three winners wil also be highlighted in a slide show and featured in the online Double Exposure magazine.

PhotoPlus & The Five P's

The annual PDN PhotoPlus Expo begins on Thursday in NYC and we hope to see you there.   Mention this blog and get a 10% discount code valid on this site through October 31.  We will be introducing two new products we're really excited about.  Stop by our booth (#630) or check back here on Thursday to be the first to know. 

The theme of this year’s booth is “Print, Present, Protect, Preserve & Promote.”  The Five P’s to take you from the captured image to the final presentation.   Looking forward to seeing you at the show.