Monthly Archives: May 2011

Using the Shift Key While Making Adjustments in Aperture 3

If you ever work in full screen (and you should!), this is a cooool tip 🙂 Using the Shift Key While Making Adjustments in Aperture 3 | Aperture Users Network.

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SpyderGallery for iPad

When I posted a couple of stories on iPad photo editing software, I received a lot of (very valid) comments about iPad screen calibration. Well, that missing link is now answered. SpyderGallery for iPad | PhotographyBLOG.

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Sigma AF 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM (DX) – Review / Lab Test Report – Analysis

A very favorable review of a lens I got a while back. I started blogging about it, especially in my “Going to church” series. I am currently in Italy on vacation and I am using it a lot, quite more … Continue reading

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Aperture coming to iPad

Could this be my super dream? Rob Galbraith DPI: Aperture coming to iPad, suggests patent tracking website.

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Cruising For Photographers: Good Or Bad Idea?

Last October I went on a cruise, and I can feel the pain of the author when he recollects his latest adventure. Cruising For Photographers: Good Or Bad Idea?.

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6 Ways to Capture More Unique Travel Photos

I always like posts from DP School. This one caught my attention, being currently in Italy on travel. I think that I am doing pretty much all of the above. I promise to “respond” to this topic with pics that … Continue reading

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Pictures in Venice

Venice, so crowed in so many places yet intimate in as many places. We loved taking a left turn (or right but surely not straight) where locals would walk towards with their grocery bags. It is where we would discover … Continue reading

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