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13
Feb

Aperture 3- GPS Photo Tagging with Places

Posted by in Aperture, Aperture Tips

With the introduction of iPhoto’09, ‘Places’ has been a very popular feature. Now Apple has brought Places to Aperture 3. Places allows you to GeoTag your photos on a map. If you have a GPS enabled camera, GPS Track or another GPS method, Aperture 3 will automatically place your images […]

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12
Feb

Nikon Camera Profiles in Lightroom

Posted by in Lightroom, Lightroom How-To, Photo Editing

Did you know that Photoshop Lightroom has Nikon camera profiles built into its RAW rendering engine?  That’s right! The profiles that you know and love in the camera when you shoot JPG are also in Lightroom.  Now you can make your images look more like they did when you shot […]

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10
Feb

Google Fiber- Not just for breakfast!

Posted by in Tech

Google, the Goliath of all things Google internet has announced that they will begin trials of high-speed (1 Gb per sec) internet to residences via fiber network. WOW! That would be awesome! I want it now, put me on the list, I’ll give you my first born child, gimme, gimme, […]

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10
Feb

Thinking about Aperture 3

Posted by in Aperture, Photo Editing

As you may or may not know I started using Apple’s Aperture for photo cataloging and light image editing then moved to Photoshop Lightroom.  I moved to Lightroom for a few reasons here are some of them: Peer Pressure. More and more photographers were moving to Lightroom Better integration with […]

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9
Feb

DPI, what is it and what are the myths.

Posted by in Printing and Display

DPI stands for dots per inch, and applies to the resolution on the printed page.  You may also have heard of LPI (lines per inch) and PPI (Pixels Per Inch) those are also ways of describing resolution.  Most photographic printers print great at 240 or 300 DPI this is refereed […]

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6
Feb

SIFAC

Posted by in Photo How-To, Photography

What is SIFAC? S Shutter Speed I ISO F Focus A Aperture or F-Stop C Composition Q: Which is more important? A: They all are equality important, they must all come together to create the perfect photo.  Remember photography is all about compromise, you need to give and take. Here […]

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6
Feb

You light up my office.

Posted by in Photo Editing

The other day I looked up at the ceiling fan at two lights had succumb to the darkness. So a I began a “quick trip” to home depot to get new lights.  At first I was getting all Al Goreie and picked up the curly lights. But then remembered I am a photographer and I […]

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6
Feb

Workflow

Posted by in Photo Editing

New and improved workflow Well, I have been using a Mac now for a couple of years, and it true what they say “Once you go Mac you never go back.” During that time I have tried Aperture, Lightroom, Bridge, Capture NX, and iPhoto as a library tool for my […]

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6
Feb

Rhyolite at night, first trip.

Posted by in Night Photography, Road Trip

Back in August of 2009 shortly after reading Joe McNally book, The Hot Shoe Diaries,  I was armed and ready to capture a fantastic photo.  I decide to head to Rhyolite, NV and take some night photos. For those of who don’t know Rhyolite is a ghost town outside Beaty […]

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