Entries from 'tip of the day'

Just Off the Press: A first cover for Montreal Home Magazine … and simple steps to getting your pictures ready for press!

A few months ago, I was contacted by the editorial team of Montreal Home Magazine through my Photoshelter website and asked if I’d be interested in shooting homes for them. Considering that shooting architecture and beautiful interiors has always been a passion and I was thrilled to be part of this new adventure. Working as…

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Pro Tips: How to create a simple low key dramatic portrait

  Looking to create a dramatic portrait using simple lighting? look no further… This week’, we’ll be exploring how to create just that using a simple lighting setup…. enjoy! 1. Light Setup This light setup is pretty straightforward. Background is a black seamless and the talent, Olivier, stands about 4-5 feet in front of it….

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Pro Tips: How to take amazing photos at the blue hour – Landscape Photography

The first thing about shooting at the blue hour is that it’s …. E.A.S.Y! What no, that can’t be… too good to be true! Now, in order for all of your readers to think it’s EASY, I’ll walk you through the steps you SHOULD follow in order to get amazing results. Now first,what is the…

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Pro Tips: How to keep EXIF on HDR photos using Photoshop

The problem with HDR photos and panoramas is that editing strip the resulting files of their EXIF data. Here is a simple video detailing the different steps to keep the EXIF data in your files. The format that you use for saving does not influence the end result. I hope it helped. Thank you for…

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