Monthly Archives: November 2010

The Vision Driven Photographer by David Duchemin

I will say it again: I love books and I love books about photography. Michael Freeman and Joe McNally are some of my favorite authors. I should add David Duchemin to that list. If you haven’t read any of his … Continue reading

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Using your iPhone as a geotagging GPS for Aperture 3

The folks at Bike Hugger have this great post on how to use your iPhone as a GPS to tag yours photos in Aperture. Apparently, this feature was broken but is now fixed with iOS 4.2. What I can’t believe … Continue reading

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Going to the church – photographically speaking

Do not ask me why, but I like taking pictures of churches. I do not want to offend anyone, but I will admit that I do not truly believe in “God Above”. So, why am I taking pictures of Montréal … Continue reading

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Photo Book Review – The Photographer’s Mind

You know I think that Michael Freeman is one of the best writers of photography books. I have two up to now. I have reviewed one here. Scott Bourne reviews his latest once here. Sort of a mixed review, I … Continue reading

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Challenges of dog photography

You guys know that I love birds, churches and Kata bags! Did you know that I loved dogs too? As for me, I didn’t know this until I met my spouse about 9 years ago LOL. Anyways, I can’t really … Continue reading

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My Aperture Workflow

I recently replied to a post on dpreview.com. You will find the thread here. Here is what I do. I can’t say that it is the way to do. It just works for me. I have folders for each years and … Continue reading

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Mapping Gothic France

I told you guys that I like maps. hence the category here on this blog. Although this blog is about photography, I have posted a couple of map links of where to shoot some great pics. A day after I … Continue reading

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