Monthly Archives: September 2011

Pet photography

I love dogs. To my wife dismay actually. You see, she is the dog lover in the family. When I met her, she had a dog, Brandy, and when she moved in my place, the dog came along, of course. … Continue reading

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The Inspired Eye 3: Notes on Creativity for Photographers

I like David Duchemin. I also like his series of small PDF ebooks. Do grab this one, it’s another winner. Do not forget to use the promo code listed in the review. The Inspired Eye 3: Notes on Creativity for … Continue reading

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Shooting the Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal

The Grand Prix Cycliste de Montréal is only at its second season and now part of the UCI WorldTour, which organizes the world’s top road bicycle races. With many of the world’s top riders competing in teams from the Tour de France, … Continue reading

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ImagePlot visualization software: explore patterns in large image collections

I am just a photo enthusiast… and an enthusiast blogger. My day job is in marketing. For it I follow a number blogs pertaining to marketing. Sometimes, the two meet. As in this post about “data visualization” where it happens … Continue reading

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7 Musts of Great Composition in Photography

I have been told to blog too much about photography gears. True, as I am a geek after all hence my passion for photography. Lately, I have been talking a lot about Lightroom. Again, this is a reflection of what … Continue reading

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Free printable cardboard lens hoods

I lost my lens hood over the weekend while shooting the Montreal Cycling Grand Prix. Instead of buying one, I might as well try this print-your-own web site! Free printable cardboard lens hoods.

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What I’d Love to See in Lightroom 4 as per Scott Kelby

Because I am new to LR, I had not noticed this post before. Or I did not go search for it. Scott Kelby is THE reference for LR. Yes, I like Martin Evening and his book “The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom … Continue reading

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