Monthly Archives: November 2011

Adobe Carousel iOS Review

Mac|Life has published this short review of Carousel, the online iCloud-like photo sharing solution by Adobe¬†I so do not understand. I still don’t. Adobe Carousel iOS Review | Mac|Life. Advertisements

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The Showdown: Aperture Vs. Lightroom

A lot has been said on this subject. I just posted an entry on the subject. I thought that I should add more to the debate! Rick Ellis | Journal | The Showdown: Aperture Vs. Lightroom.

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What Do You Want To Learn About Photography In The Next 13 Months

Interesting topic! Since I had already posted something about learning and it being one of the reasons why I like photography, I could add the following off the top of my head: Learn how to “paint light” with my flashes … Continue reading

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Guest post: I switched from Lightroom to Aperture

While browsing the dpreview.com forum, a user was asking the¬†existential question: Lightroom or Aperture? Having switched from Aperture to Lightroom myself, I provided my two cents. Essentially, it is a question of style and the good thing is that on … Continue reading

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Create and Share Photography Lighting Diagrams

Because I can not write blog posts as fast as I can think of them, I jolt down my ideas in Evernote. Using Evernote as a photographer is actually one subject I have on my todo list. But for now, … Continue reading

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Portrait posing guide

As I am preparing my next photoshoot, I wanted to visually explain to my client what poses I was suggesting. I googled “portrait posing guide” and landed on this page. Nice, simple, tasteful and some of them original enough to … Continue reading

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Photos of the Year

It’s that time of the year once again when we prepare year end celebrations with close ones and when we reflect on the time that passes. For photographers around the world, it is contest time. And no, I will not … Continue reading

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