Monthly Archives: July 2013

Brilliant quote on developing your own style

” You have to understand yourself before you can understand the masters and you have to understand the masters before you can begin to think about copying them and you have to begin copying them to even think that you’re … Continue reading

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Graduated Filters in Landscape Photography

A couple of days ago I had an email exchange with one of the fellow photographers. The subject was the use of graduated filters: how often I use them, what kind, etc. Here are my expanded thoughts on this topic. … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Adobe Creative Cloud

I’m back from a brief vacation. It was fantastic. I spent 4 days “in the wild” (taking photos of course) and 3 days trying to recover from basement flooding caused by catastrophic rainfall in the Greater Toronto Area. I’m telling … Continue reading

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Image Deconstructed: Fletcher Creek Forest Swamp

Happy 4th of July to all our American friends. All the best and beautiful photographs. I captured this image a few days ago on a Sunday morning. Early morning. Way too early in the morning. It was the end of … Continue reading

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Interesting book, Cool music, Beautiful images – Happy Canada Day

Happy Canada Day to all of us here in Canada and abroad. For me this is typically a relaxing, lazy day with an interesting book, cool music and beautiful images that were mentioned in the title. So, we know where … Continue reading

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