Monthly Archives: June 2012

Live from D.C.

I just wanted to share a quick note about this year’s travel. After a quick stop in New York City, my wife and I have just arrived in Washington D.C. It’s travel photography like I love. Like what got me … Continue reading

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Photosmith 2.0 Review

I consider myself an early adopter of Photosmith. Not that I had access to a beta version or anything like that. No, it is just because I have been blogging about this iPad app for quite a while. It actually … Continue reading

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Updated: Aperture 4 is out – err, not, it’s 3.2.4

I can’t wait to read about it and see if the Lightroom – Aperture debate is back! Update: Here’s the link http://www.apple.com/aperture/whats-new.html So much for the great “debate” I was hoping for…

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My first maternity shoot: capturing emotions

Sometimes you are blessed with the generosity of the people you are photographing. Then that generosity simply moves you and envelops you with emotions. That’s how I felt after shooting my first maternity photography session. At first this started out … Continue reading

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Mastering Wide Angle Photography

Photo Tuts+ have a good post about wide angle composition. Having a UWA lens like my Sigma 8-16 is one thing, knowing how to use it is something else. I must say that what caught my attention was the fact … Continue reading

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Tripods and Monopods Guide

Leo Biggs of PictureCorrect just published this well done tripod and monopod guide. Remember that a tripod is very personal with the way hold it and manipulate it. I highly recommend that you buy your tripod in a store rather … Continue reading

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