Monthly Archives: July 2011

Narrative Wedding Photography

Telling a story is so overlooked by photographers, especially by amateurs and enthusiasts. At least by me before I went on a photo walk tour with Zanna. So, telling a story as a wedding photographer is even more important. Telling … Continue reading

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How to Stay Inspired in Photography

An interesting to get tons of ideas of things to photograph. Not that I need more subjects… but I like all the ideas proposed here. How to Stay Inspired in Photography – PictureCorrect.

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Edit Photos In the Cloud

This is the second story in two days that I read about photo workflow in the cloud. Coincidence? Trend? Edit Photos In the Cloud – Wired How-To Wiki.

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Cloud Photography Workflow

In my work as a senior product manager for a telecom company, we often (always!) look at cloud computing services for internal use and for reselling to our customers. Bryan Davidson on his blog does a thorough examination of photography … Continue reading

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Lightroom 4 Wish List

There is an interesting thread on the Flickr Lightroom forum about LR4. Although I am new to LR, I would say: auto sync/publish. Flickr: Discussing Lightroom 4 Wish List in Adobe Lightroom.

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Mac OS X Lion Released: What Photography software works LIST included?

Is LR that much faster with Lion? I am tempted to try. But I also know that I should be patient and wait for a dot release. Mac OS X Lion Released: What Photography software works LIST included? | Go … Continue reading

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A night at the ball game

The other night, I went to the local baseball field to watch an amateur softball game. I stayed passed first base, mostly, but also by the dog-out near the home plate. I had learned from Zanna that I needed to have … Continue reading

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