Downloads & Links

What art is, in reality, is this missing link, not the links which exist. It's not what you see that is art; art is the gap.
Marcel Duchamp


I have some small applications that I use as tools and can be shared.

At the moment they in a state that only I can use them, due to the for others confusing user interface. As soon as I have time, I will shape them up and put them up for download.




Dan Margulis is the man that really taught me  to drive Photoshop and do correct color corrections. Through his videos and books. But you have to be willing to work.                 

John Paul Caponigro is a photographer with a very open mind. He has great things to say and makes beautiful photos. His site is quite extended.         


Luminous Landscape is a very extended site for photographers. It's been around for a long time and is well done. There are many articles and videos to be found. It also has a forum. A fourteen year-old company focused on photographic education and providing a comprehensive information resource for Photo Enthusiasts around the world.



Aaron Nace provides many excellent Photoshop tutorials on video for free. The lessons are very well explained and are funny.



Excellent website.



Robert Rodriquez is an excellent photographer, as well as printer. Beautiful work and good explanations.



Frank Meijer, the Canon printer specialist in Holland.



Probably the best website on printing paper and inks. Extensive tests results on durability of papers and inks.



Scott Robertson is an amazing teacher in design. Check out his videos and books.



Dolores, an intriguing single mother has great videos about math and philosophy. She is an independent mind that really can rock your boat.


Norman Wildberger has a very extensive series of videos on mathematics. He explains very well. He has an unorthodox view on real numbers and infinities. MathFoundations is a good series to start. It starts real easy and builds up. In total 200 videos in this series. Below the link to his YouTube channel.


Mark Retera is a Dutch cartoonist, who has a special kind of humor. He is a master in using logical levels to get you. That's probably why I like his work so much.