Monthly Archives: July 2012

The Daily Cycle of Sunlight

The folks at PixSylated have publish this nice two part story on light, daily light and its cycles throughout the day. I particularly liked the explanation of the golden hour and the blue hour. Part I: The Daily Cycle of Sunlight: … Continue reading

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Joe McNally, the light magician

Joe McNally, the famous light bending artist came to Montréal to give his One Light Two Lights seminar. I had read one of his books, The Hotshoe Diairies. I enjoyed it very much and it is on my must read … Continue reading

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How to get the “Money Shot” in Pet Photography

It has been a while since I shared a post on pet photography … since I took some shots of our dog. If you like pets, you will like this shot post on How to get the “Money Shot” in Pet … Continue reading

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Frist wedding shoot tomorrow – vive la France ;-)

Tomorrow my wife and I are getting up way too early – but man will it be fun. It will be my first wedding photo shoot. Two adorable French people living in Montréal will be wedded in their newly adopted … Continue reading

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PhotoSmith 2.1 crashing issues

As soon as I updated the app, I read about the “news” of the PhotoSmith 2.1 App Store issues. Oh well, will have to wait for the next update cycle.

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Just came back from the Joe McNally seminar in Montréal

I am impressed. He is exactly like I imagined. Simple, to the point. Smooooth. Now, got to put everything he suggested into practice 🙂

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Advanced Composition: Using Georgraphy

Christina N Dickson of Digital Photography School published this interesting tutorial explaining how to use shapes and forms (or geometry) within your frame to create what she calls Advanced Composition. I had already shared my thoughts on composition and what makes a … Continue reading

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