I absolutely love what I do. Being a creative director and designer at dRC has fulfilled my desire to create and solve problems and it never gets old. But as some of you may know, I have another creative outlet that I am just as passionate about: Infrared Landscape Photography. When I am out shooting, I [...]
It’s the holiday season! The most magical time of the year, a time when we stop to give thanks, spend time with family and friends, and some of us give a holiday gift to someone we love. That means... SHOPPING! Last year, Jameson wrote The 2014 Holiday Gift Guide for the Creatives in Your Life, which [...]
Image reproduction is pretty important to our work here at dRC. We work with images every day—creating, manipulating, color correcting, scaling, placing, printing, zipping and emailing. We receive images from clients almost daily -- logos, illustrations and photographs. Image resolution is critical to successful reproduction. If the image you want on your billboard is a [...]
My first true awareness of imagery was when we read Ethan Frome in school. Seems appropriate that I should be discussing it now, given the snow piled high along the streets, sparkling in frozen temptation. It is a million diamonds dusting bare tree branches and providing a smooth glittering surface, white marble alleyways lining streets, ruined [...]
For years stock photography was been something you order from other companies, but thanks to the advent of digital photography and the Internet, we now have access to thousands upon thousands of images online from innumerable sources. (Hopefully) Gone are the days of the strange perspective, wacky poses on white backgrounds, but the new trouble designers across [...]
I believe, as the result of many an internet image search, our world is becoming more random. And wacky. If you have a teenager, you'll know what I mean by random. And wacky. Just check out this video. My daughter thought it was hilarious. When she showed it to me, I just stood there dumbfounded [...]
When we present concepts to clients, I often wonder if they think about how we got from the creative brief to the visual solution. I wonder if they try to understand the leap from words and thoughts to images/colors/type. Maybe they understand more than I give them credit for. Or maybe they don’t care at all and I am just wondering how I do it myself. I’m always a little surprised where inspiration comes from.