Entries from 'Making Of'

Exploring New-York City : “Making Of” The Lexus on Broadway Avenue

On my last trip to New York City, I had planned for a few HDR sessions during my stay, mixed in with some editorial shooting in NYC.   Image Info For this HDR “making of”, 5 exposures were taken with a Nikon D700 + Nikkor AF-S 16-35mm f/4 G ED VR with the following settings: exposure…

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Pro Tips: Creating a powerful portrait from start to finish – Photoshop Makeover

Creating a striking portrait is teamwork. It’s about mastering the lighting, having a talent who’s able to convey your vision and the ability to put the talent in the right mind state.Finally, using the right editing techniques is key to achieve the result that you want in the end. So are you ready for some learning?

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Exploring Montreal: “Making Of” Christmas Eve at the Henri-Julien Bookstore

Going out to take photos on Christmas Eve, I had no other choices than do my best to capture the beauty of the City of Montreal in the snow. I have already published photos of that night: Snowy backyard somewhere on the Plateau Mont-Royal Snowy alley of the Plateau Mont-Royal I’ve always loved those lonely…

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Photoshop Makeover: Fashionista514′s Headshot

Photoshop portrait retouching is everywhere: in blogs, newspapers, magazines. With the development of online tutorials, plug-ins and actions, access to the skill has become easier than ever. However, like all skills, learning how to balance each adjustment is not that as easy as it may seem and experience is key. It can also depends on…

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Exploring Montreal: A Snowy alley of the Plateau Mont-Royal

Funny how I’ve been living in Montreal for more than 12 years and I still have very few winter photos in my collection. So what a better day than Christmas Eve to go out and take a few photos. Most of you have already seen the Snowy backyard somewhere on the Plateau Mont-Royal blog post…

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Editorial Portrait: The curious sides of Krista Lee Watson

Before I start to explain the process used to create the above photograph, I wanted to thank Krista (an actress from Toronto whom I met during a Lighting Essentials workshop, visit her website here) for being such a good sport having endured the cold temperature of Montreal at the end of November with such grace….

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Exploring Montreal: A Snowy backyard somewhere on the Plateau Mont-Royal – Making Of Video

Since I got to Montreal in 1997, I’ve always been fascinated by those backyard alleys, and specifically those who display a lot of symmetry. The brickworks of many old buildings make for a great interest too. This specific photo was taken on Christmas Eve 2009 on a fairly overcast weather. I used a Nikon D300…

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Exploring San Francisco: Macy’s Store Making Of Video

During my last trip to San Francisco, I had the opportunity to take a few photos at the blue hour in San Francisco before heading out on a road trip to Seattle, Wa. The photo above was taken at Union Square and pictures the amazing facade of Macy’s store along Geary Street. The three photos…

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