Monthly Archives: November 2012

A FREE Lightroom Workshop Series

A great series of more than 6 hours of Lightroom training videos on YouTube. Grab them here. Advertisements

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Incredible Capture Camera Clip System by Peak Design

From time to time comes a new technology that just blows you away. Thus incredible Capture Camera Clip System by Peak Design might just be one of those. It’s an innovative clip and strap system that magically extends and contracts to … Continue reading

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On workflow and backups

It has been a while since I wanted to talk about my backup strategy as a photographer. And I read a couple of articles this week that finally prompted me to share some thoughts about it. This piece by Scott Hanselman … Continue reading

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Great eBooks on sale at Craft & Vision

I have often spoken about the great eBooks available at Craft & Vision. Today and tomorrow only they are holding a great eBook sale. Get them!

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The real downsides to High ISO

One of the guys I follow on YouTube is Matt Ranger, aka That Nikon Guy. In this video he explains how noise is one thing, but it is not the only downside to using high iso. It seriously degrades the colour … Continue reading

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Professional Web Template Bundles

I do not often recommend products and I never write any “advertorials”. This is not one of them, but these web templates are like great and cheap! It is good thing that I am in the middle of rewriting my … Continue reading

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A new professional life, many new projects and so much emotions

It has been a while since I posted a story about a recent photoshoot or a personal thought on some technology that has caught my eye (like Apple Aperture is not dead – but this post is another story). What … Continue reading

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