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Confirm your vehicle wrap color before printing

  Don’t underestimate the importance of choosing colors while working with us to design your vehicle wrap. It’s one of the most impactful parts of the wrap and the first thing potential customers will notice. At Tooley Imports Australia, we’re your Read more

We are moving on up!

  The office we’ve shared with Hooper Printing for more than eight years is closing its doors, effective Aug.1. We’re moving to a temporary location until we can find a permanent home. Your business is important to us and we’re working Read more

We Are on Thumbtack!

Thumbtack is a website similar to Angie's List, but one better - their search service is free to the consumer. Customers submit their job parameters and Thumbtack's software then chooses potential vendors and sends the job details to them. Read more

Lightroom 4

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Lightroom 4 is out and although I upgraded the week it came out, I haven’t had a lot of time to play around with it’s new features. The adjustments in the Develop module have been completely revamped. This allows you to pull out detail in the highlights and shadows like never before. I went back through my library and found the above picture and played around. The resulting photo was adjusted solely in Lightroom, no PhotoShop, no HDR, etc. I haven’t even began to start playing with the adjustment brushes which will allow you to selectively adjust areas of the photograph.

Oklahoma City National Memorial

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I was downtown the other night and had my camera, so I stopped at the Oklahoma City National Memorial for a moment to try and capture some of the gravity of the site. These were just walk around shots, but I definitely want to return later with a tripod, wide-angle lens and a bit more planning.

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Myriad Botanical Gardens Photo Shoot

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I had an opportunity to do a Myriad Botanical Gardens photo shoot in order to grab some images for a brochure I was designing. They are finishing up a $36 million renovation of the Crystal Bridge Conservatory and the surrounding outside grounds of the gardens. After shooting the pictures within the Crystal Bridge, I was able to take a tour of the outside grounds with Jennifer McClintock, Marketing Director for the Oklahoma City Parks & Recreation Department. Hopefully, I will be able to return a little later this year and shoot the outside portions. The renovation has made the MBG a tremendous destination for downtown Oklahoma City, right next to the new Devon Tower. As soon as you get the chance, be sure to visit the new Myriad Botanical Gardens.

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Highway 81 Photography

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I was digging through my Lightroom library and came across an old series of shots from 2007. The photography is from various locations along Highway 81 between Oklahoma City and Enid, Oklahoma. I shot them with my first DSLR camera, a Canon Digital Rebel XT. Considering I shot them in JPEG format instead of RAW, I was really surprised how good they came out with an overprocessed look. The grain elevator received the most retouching work; 3 trucks, a telephone pole, a large trash bin and about 7 electrical lines had to be removed.

When I first saw these shots, I was disappointed, but revisiting them several years later has given me a new outlook on them. In this day and age, almost any photo can be salvaged and it really shows that you’re only limited by your creative vision.