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The future of photography

Photography is one of my main passions. You can find many entries here about my workflows, my camera, lenses, etc… I have a nikon d300 with a couple of lenses covering from 10-200 mm. Before this one I had a Panasonic DMZ (I forgot the model, but not a compact) and some other digital cameras. […]

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Photo tips

I had to prepare a brochure on photo tips for my current client. The idea is that anyone leaving on mission would take one of the organization’s cameras and take photos. This brochure should help them improve their shots, which are mainly taken in conferences. It starts with a checklist: Signed checkout form Camera Camera Bag Main Battery fully […]

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Cost of going full frame full equipped: nikon vs canon

Thinking about going full frame (FX)? If you are a DX (not full frame) user, probably you have to start from scratch as probably most of your lenses would not work in a full frame camera. This is the perfect moment to rethink if you want to go for canon or nikon. They both are […]

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catch the moment!

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Postcards from Google Earth

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Irina Werning

Came across this project today called ‘Back to the Future’ by photographer Irina Werning and just had to share. I think its quite genius. I love old photos. I admit being a nosey photographer. As soon as I step into someone else’s house, I start sniffing for them. Most of us are fascinated by their retro look […]

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Hengki Koentjoro, Jakarta, Indonesia

Hengki Koentjoro was born in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia, in 1963. He is a graduate of the Brooks Institute of Photography in Santa Barbara, California where he majored in film. He now lives in Jakarta where he specializes in fine art photography both underwater and on land. </p>

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Uh Oh, Instagram: PicPlz Launches API, Creative Commons & Brand Dashboards

The battle of the mobile social photo apps has been taken to the next level today, high-profile but trailing startup PicPlz just made three big announcements that pose a big challenge to crowd-pleaser Instagram and the slew of other startups in this market. Not to mention Flickr. PicPlz, which is lead by former Imeem music community head Dalton […]

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iPhoto duplicates

Since I have my iPhone 4 I have noticed that iPhoto sometimes imports things twice from my iPhone, so I end up with some duplicates. I don’t know if this is due to the fact that I have tons of photos in the iPhone and in the iPhoto, or that this is the 4th iPhone synchronizing with […]

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10 Essential Websites for iPhone Photographers

iPhone photography is a growing medium, akin to Lomography in its cult status and the way it champions light-hearted, lo-fi, everyday shooting and off-beat effects. Like any good burgeoning artistic movement there are already a bunch of brilliant online resources aimed at iPhone photographers offering great galleries, talent showcases, app reviews, exhibition news and more. […]

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Photo Essay: 18 Places to Feel Dwarfed by Nature

Some places — and activities — have a way of making you feel really, really small. ***Copyrighted Material: The images below are copyrighted against unauthorized use. We were granted special permission to feature them in this Matador photo essay. Please visit the photographer links for licensing conditions for each photo.*** 1. Uluru, Australia The massive […]

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Photography with the iPhone 3Gs

One of my passions if photography, and even if I have a good camera (nikon d300) with lenses to cover from 10 to 200mm, most of the times I don’t have it with me. What I do have with me is my iPhone 3GS (waiting for the iPhone 4). I am pretty happy with the […]

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22 Incredible Photos of Faraway Places

Thailand Chances are you already know Steve McCurry as the man who took one of the most iconic photos of our time. It was of a 12-year-oldAfghan refugee girl who’s piercing green eyes told us her harrowing story. The image itself was named as “the most recognized photograph” in the history of the National Geographic […]

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Monster Waves… Tricky Lighting… Astounding risk… Timeless Photographs

“The Shorebreak Art of Clark Little” is nothing short of epic. Getting inside, over and under 30-40 foot waves is no small feat, especially with bulky camera equipment, and a goal of finding that perfect angle and lighting condition that makes a perfect shot. (all images copyright Clark Little, used with permission) Clark Little is pretty […]

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Microsoft Rolls Out Impressive Enhancements To Windows Live Essentials Suite

The picture above is a complete fake. But more on that in a minute. Microsoft is giving a preview of a variety of enhancements to its Windows Live Essentials suite – a set of online and desktop services that includes hotmail, messenger, sync, movie maker and photo gallery. Most of the desktop versions of these […]

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