Monthly Archives: March 2012

21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Female Subjects

I recently created my own Pose Guide, a series of pictures and poses I like taking when shooting portraiture. DP School just published this very interesting guide. 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Female Subjects.

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Mobile version of Lightroom (redux)

I have a good number of blog posts that are sitting in my drafts folder in Evernote. Posts like “Shooting a rock concert”, “Syncing time capture across different cameras in Lightroom”, “Review of my new Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 lens”. I … Continue reading

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The iPad for Photographers: Book preview

You guys follow my blog on photography. You also know that I am an iPad geek as well. When I saw this book title, The iPad for Photographers by Jeff Carlson, it obviously got my attention. I did not read … Continue reading

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Book Review of Vision and Voice by David DuChemin

In a previous post today I wrote about the main reason why I switched to Lightroom. Well, here’s the second reason why! Digital Photography School has this great review of the great book by Devid duChemin: “Vision and Voice, Refining … Continue reading

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The new Photosmith icon

If I were to pin point one single reason why I switched from Aperture to Lightroom it would not be because of Lightroom – oh sure, it’s an awesome digital darkroom. No, if I had to single out only one … Continue reading

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The New iPad – A Boon To Photographers And A Tip

Photofocus publishes this nice tip about the New iPad: Export your pics at 2048-by-1536-pixel resolution at 264 pixels per inch. The New iPad – A Boon To Photographers And A Tip « Photofocus.

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Shooting the Montreal underground art exposition

Montreal, my home town, is world renown for a number of things. I do plead guilty to being  somewhat chauvinist :-). Of the many things that I can think of are its summer Jazz Festival, the Formula 1 race (for along time … Continue reading

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