Monthly Archives: June 2013
Image Deconstructed: “Spring Fields”
I took this image a few days ago in the area north of Toronto. In the town of New Tecumseth to be precise. I kind of knew about this area, passed through it many times but never had a chance … Continue reading
Albion Falls: Preparing for the shoot
The image that you see above was shot at Albion Falls in Hamilton, Ont. One of the fellow photographers, who happen to like it, was planning to visit this place and asked me about the best time of the day … Continue reading
What’s the fuss about Thunderbolt ?
If you paid attention to the recent Apple product releases, particularly Mac Pro, you know that they are going full tilt Thunderbolt. For a couple of years now, all Apple products sport a Thunderbolt port and clearly folks in Cupertino … Continue reading
Lightroom 5 Released: Worth the upgrade ?
I have been a big fan of Adobe Lightroom since it was first released back in 2007. No wonder that when Adobe released the newest version of their popular software on June 10, I immediately started thinking about upgrading. Until … Continue reading
Just like most serious (and some semi-serious) photographers I own a few filters. Sure, it is quite easy these days to “fix” a lot of problems in Photoshop, Lightroom, etc. but still there are things that can’t be quite simulated … Continue reading