Tag Archives: Maps and History

Best of 2012: July

If you are from Montréal, you know the Five Roses flour factory. If you are visitor that came from the south from the Champlain bridge you might have seen its glowing sign at night. A classic city sight, almost as … Continue reading

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8 Inspiring Infographics For The Photography Industry | Virtual Photography Studio – Resources for photographers

Some fun and informative graphics depicting what photographers do and some historical background. 8 Inspiring Infographics For The Photography Industry | Virtual Photography Studio – Resources for photographers.

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Capturing History in Washington DC: Touched by History (10 of 12)

Touched by History Washington is incredibly rich in history. They say that you cannot rewrite history. But you can, sometimes, tell a different story, capture a different moment in time and live incredible emotions. I am not American and I … Continue reading

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Capturing History in Washington DC: Telling a New Story (11 of 12)

Telling a New Story Telling a different story is also about chasing for a new angle. The Capitol building is an architectural masterpiece. Like the Lincoln Memorial, it had been photographed a gazillion times. I wanted to tell a different … Continue reading

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Apple’s iPhoto for iOS Abandons Google Maps in Favor of OpenStreetMap

Followers of my photography blog know that I am not a photography and iDevice geek but also a map addict. Wired.com published this interesting tid bit of info: iPhoto for iPad no longer uses Google maps! I am not surprised, … Continue reading

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Happy birthday Nicéphore

Yes, weird name. Weird guy too: can you imagine he invented something weird called the camera obscura, the “dark room”. Nicéphore Niépce – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Bird U.S. Occurrences Maps

Photographing birds is one of my favorite subjects. I happen to also live maps. I even building my own map of where to shoot birds. So, when I say this post, I knew that I had to share it on … Continue reading

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