I was floored when I found out that Imagenomic wanted to feature my work as only one of three photographers (as of this writing) on the home page of their web site! This is a huge honor and thrill for me, so I hope you can bear with me while I share my excitement. It’s only because of the support of people like YOU that this honor has become possible, so I thank you SO much for all of your support!
Noiseware was the winner of my 2009 Noise Reduction Roundup, and I’ve tried pretty much everything that has come out since that time. It’s my opinion that nothing has done a better job than its latest version. I depend on this product for nearly every image I edit, and Portraiture is a must for every image I do that features skin. These are great products that I honestly use and trust, so this isn’t BS. I’ve been saying this for years before this honor, and until something changes I’ll keep them as a staple item in my digital workflow.
I’m honored to be recognized by Imagenomic for my work as a photographer and to have my name said in the same breath as some of the photography legends featured in this limited group with me.
I have had a long-term arrangement for a special reader discount with Imagenoimc that you can find on my Discount Coupon Code Page which offers discounts on ALL Imagenomic products! If you make a purchase using those codes, I do make a commission. Currently that discount is 15% off using the discount code RONMART2012, but that offer can change without notice. Please refer to my discount coupon code page if the code doesn’t work.
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I was not paid by Imagenomic to be a featured photographer. I believe Noiseware and Portraiture are fantastic products so I agreed to publically state that on their web site. I also agreed to let them use one of my photos for the purpose of associating my name with one of my well-known photographs.