Monthly Archives: May 2012

Expose to the Right – Revisited

Robert Rodriguez Jr has this very good explanation on why one should “expose to the right”. It speaks to how camera sensors are built and the fact that these have a far greater depth levels the more there is light.

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Photosmith 2 app for iPad offers a Mobile Photography Workflow

Dan Bailey, in his Adventure Photography Blog, a good short review of the Photosmith 2.0, an awesome mobile workflow solution for the iPad.

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Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Groups of People

This follow the series of other posing guides already published by DP School. Great stuff as always. Posing Guide: 21 Sample Poses to Get You Started with Photographing Groups of People.

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Photosmith 2 Screenshots: Fullscreen

It will soon be out. Make sure to get it. I sure will review it. Photosmith 2 Screenshots: Fullscreen.

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How Yahoo Killed Flickr and Lost the Internet

I recently wrote a story with the catchy title: “Why I might switch away from Flickr“. I meant the title to be catchy back then. Mat Honan has this great post on Gizmodo on the rise and fall of Flickr and how … Continue reading

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Mother’s day

For mother’s day, not a long post. Actually, just a picture of my mother I took last summer on her 70th birthday. I love this picture. And I love my mother :-). Bonne fête des mères maman. Je t’aime Maxime

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3 iPad Solutions for Travel Photography

I have often written about how I use my iPad as a photographer’s mobile tool. One of the most popular story on my blog is this user review of the Hyperdrive which I have used last year on my trip to … Continue reading

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