I’m Teaching! Retouching, Anyone?
September 18, 2008
Second Part of the Commercial Shoot for Anya Caliendo’s Couture Millinery Atelier
October 18, 2008
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Eh… I think I let an iMac into my studio… I could never catch the Mac fever and still don’t feel it. This (my fingers are begging to type something short like “PC”) computer was bought for a very specific purpose – an alternative to projecting my work during ordering process. I am yet to see if I “convert” to it otherwise. At the moment, I don’t feel comfortable with it yet, for obvious reasons. Will I be able to mess around with system’s registry and DLL files? Guess not. I guess it will lead to less worries, too. And will all my applications run on it? I know so little about Macs.

Anyway, here’s the animal: 24-inch display, 3.06GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 2GB RAM, 500GB Serial ATA 7200 rpm hard drive, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GS with 512MB memory, 1066MHz system bus. And if you knew for how much I got this brand-new beauty, you’d kill me from envy. Too bad it was a one-time deal.

Another thing I am sad and happy about at the same time is the lack of a huge tower to dig into. 🙂 Say, like my ABS custom system which is still my primary machine. It is so wild that has to be cooled down by 5 vents… And it’s black! Ah, well…



Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov
Ed Hafizov is a creative director and lead photographer of Zorz Studios, Manhattan-based boutique photography studio, offering arousing and daring fashion, commercial, beauty, and wedding photography. Multiple Fearless Photographer™ award winner, named among the top 50 US wedding photographers, top 10 NY wedding photographers, winner of Adobe contests, featured by Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Elle et al, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week photographer, and a distinguished member of Grace Ormonde Wedding Style‘s Platinum List, he is eager to step out of his and willing clients' comfort zone to pursue original artwork with a lasting impression.

1 Comment

  1. Anya Caliendo says:

    Ed, Congratulations! It looks fantastic!Hope you enjoy it and hope it will help your images be even more spectacular (if it is only possible at all)

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