Monthly Archives: June 2011

A Deeper Frame: 21 pages of wisdom

Pixiq, a blog that I started following just today, has this review of David duChemin’s new e-book that I told you was out. A Deeper Frame: 21 pages of wisdom | Pixiq. Advertisements

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Migrating from Aperture to Lightroom?

Those reading my blog know that I am a fan of Aperture. The original reason behind that choice was the integration of Aperture with the iLife suite, especially iWeb. However, iWeb is at the end of its life. As I … Continue reading

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My second summer as a photographer: an Italian vacation – Part VI

Recap This is the story of my latest Italian (and French) vacations. This is part 6 of 6: Settings and Techniques Part I Settings and Techniques Part II Lenses Composition Part I Composition Part II Travel Applications and Workflow On … Continue reading

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Photography Apps for Ipad

Dan’l, a frequent contributor on NikonCafe.com, has started an interesting thread there about iPad apps for photographers. He has done an extensive job at listing a number of them. Photography Apps for Ipad – NikonCafe.com.

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New e-book by David duChemin: A Deeper Frame

Looks like another winner. And at $5 with the DEEP4 promo code, you can not go wrong. Craft & Vision | A Deeper Frame.

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iOS 5 to let you create photo albums directly on your iDevice

Some hope of better support for mobile photographers. iPhoneography, the worlds #1 iPhone photography blog, bringing you the latest news, reviews and events – iPhone Journal – iOS 5 to let you create photo albums directly on your iDevice.

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My second summer as a photographer: an Italian vacation – Part V

Recap This is the story of my latest Italian (and French) vacations. This is part 5 of 6: Settings and Techniques Part I Settings and Techniques Part II Lenses Composition Part I Composition Part II Travel Applications and Workflow On … Continue reading

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