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Pro Tips: 5 killer tips to build a great portrait portfolio quickly and improve your portrait skills dramatically!

Before I started shooting portraits in June 2009, I had no real clue on how to go about building a portrait portfolio. Considering I wasn’t planning on waiting 3 to 5 years before having one that looked great (even though I think it can always be better), I decided needed a plan and now I’m sharing it now with you!

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Exploring Paris: 10 Postcard views of Paris

WoW, wouldn’t it be great to spend those last moments of 2010 in Paris, city of light? Well, the next best thing is to enjoy the pictures of my top 10 of the finest postcard views of this amazing city!

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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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Pro Tips: 10 Portraits, 10 different lightings and 10 reasons to love them

One of the most important thing when you shoot portraits is knowing how to light you subject no matter what the conditions are.  Be it natural or studio , playing with light is one of the most amazing aspect of photography. So here are 10 headshots with 10 different types of lighting to illustrate what…

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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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Discover Brittany: A walk in the village of Locronan

It has been 3 years already that I visited what I think is one of the most beautiful little towns in the world, Locronan. This little jewel is located in the region of Brittany, Finistère, France and 15km to the north-east Quimper. Built at the foot of a hill, the village was granted town status…

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TOP DJs: Paul Van Dyk at Resolution 2010 Montreal

Organized by Production Playground Bal en Blanc since 2009, Resolution is the first big party of the year in Montreal and always features the TOP Djs in the World.  After 2009 and the performance of Tiesto, it was Paul Van Dyk‘s turn to perform live in Montreal at the Bell Center for the New Year…

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Landscape Photography :Top 10 Photos of 2009

Each year brings new challenges and 2009 was no exception. Here is the top 10 photos published on my photostream on Flickr in 2009: Ranked 10 | The hilly Streets of San-Francisco II | HDR/RAW Ranked 9 |  Classic Seattle Skyline,  Washington, USA Ranked 8 | Spooky Evening in Bodie, California, USA | RAW Ranked…

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