Imaging Spectrum Blog

Photo Booth Expo 2019 – We’re Getting Ready!

Come meet us at our mega booth #801! Don’t miss your chance to meet Imaging Spectrum and Darkroom Software superstars; Wally, Steve, Bill, Laura, Amy and Eugene. This year we’re bringing back the widescreen to see Darkroom Software in action and get answers to your questions. We’re excited to show

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FujiFilm Case Study: Pop-Up Studios

FujiFilm wrote up a great case study about our long time customer, David Stana, on pop-up studios. “In today’s digital age, photographs are easily shared through mobile devices and tablets that have very sophisticated cameras. The technology is convenient, easy, and keeps with the times. Not surprisingly, fewer consumers are printing

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See Bill Vahrenkamp at Imaging USA 2019

The Professional Photographers of America Imaging USA convention is coming soon on January 17th through 22nd in Atlanta. Imaging Spectrum’s sr tech specialist, Bill Vahrenkamp will be speaking about chromakey photography in his talk, “Chromakey-Why Should Hollywood Have All the Fun?” Read more about Bill Vahrenkamp, Cr Photographer. Register for your Free Imaging

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Fantastic Fabric Printing and Sensational Sublimation

One of the fastest growing segments of the print industry is textile and fabric printing with the market trending upward for customized décor and apparel. Customized items such as bags, pillow cases, drinkware and apparel items for the sports and fashion industries represent the biggest, most exciting printing opportunities in

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Lee Loveless Photography and The Polar Express

All aboard The Polar Express™ from the Texas State Railroad! Running from the first of November through December, The Polar Express has as many as 60,000 passengers each year realizing children’s dream of arriving at the North Pole. Lee Loveless of Lee Loveless Photography talks about how he relies on

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Santa Claus is Coming to Town – Be Ready for the Photo Shoots

I started photographing Santa 33 years ago starting with peel apart Polaroids. Back with Polaroid Type 669, photos were $1 a piece and of course, children can freak out with the Big Guy so every a photo was taken, it would cost you money. With digital if you are shooting spec,

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