James is a writer and analyst working for Cartridge Save, an online specialist store supplying printer ink in the UK. He helps maintain their blog, the CreativeCloud.
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Moleskine is an Italian brand of high-quality notebooks made in Milan, designed around the black notepads that were popular amongst 19th and 20th century’s artists and writers including Oscar Wilde, Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway and Henri Matisse. To generalize Moleskine as a diary and sketchbook is an … Continue reading »
The word ‘bokeh’ derives from the Japanese for ‘blur’ or ‘haze’, and in photography describes the effect found in out-of-focus regions of images. Different lens designs, aperture shapes and sizes, and various depths of field have profound effects on the type and extent of bokeh produced in a photograph. Bokeh … Continue reading »