Ω is where the art is
Ω loves your headphones and speakers, amps and cables. Ω loves your DACs and power conditioners, your aluminium foil hats and matching striped trousers. And, Ω would love to help make that lot look spectacular - or at least as good as it sounds.
If you are looking for a brand makeover, or are simply starting out in the industry, feel free to contact Ω here. Pricing tiers exist for everything from eBay stores, to boutique merchants; and from manufacturers to tech insiders. If you don't fit into any of the above, feel free to ask. It won't hurt. As Ω is a seasoned jewellery photographer, expect a bit of sparkle.
Ω began advertising photography in 2007 with whisky. It wasn't long before he was shooting still-life advertising photography for bicycle shoppes and headphone manufacturers. Today, Ω's main focus is audio products for audiophile manufacturers, magazines, and event promoters. That doesn't stop him from shooting cameras and lenses and tripod accessories and so on, for customers looking to upgrade their catalogues.
When not behind the lens, Ω is busy designing icons, logos, interfaces, and web layouts. Ω is right-handed and middle brained. Writing reviews, press releases, and fixing copy staying up to the wee hours of the morning looking for the great stuff you have created.
Before ohm image, Ω wrote headphone and app reviews at TouchMyApps. Those reviews are accepted the world over as some of the most detailed and drunken audio essays ever. Both the drunkenness and the detailedness has carried over to ohm image, but with more focus on a product's utility.
When Ω isn't at work, he's eating porridge, though he knows that isn't cool.
ohmage VS porridge
Speaking of, porridge may start your day, but it's ohmage: praise and attention, that get you through it. Here at Ω, the two exist in tandem: ohmage is a thumbs up or pat on the back, porridge a shrug, or at worst, a thumbs down. No product can be perfect. Some of the best are highly flawed. Together we can find ways to improve upon your already fine vision.
From time to time, Ω will host audio benchmarks. One such is RMAA. Ω would ask that you use its benchmarks as internal reference to other RMAA benchmarks taken at Ω only. RMAA is just a piece of software. Input/output measurements will change based on platform and a million other variables. You can find Ω's RMAA benchmarks here.