Entries from 'HDR'

Exploring New York City: Blue Hour on NYC Skyline from Gantry Plaza State Park, Long Island, Queens

I love New York! Every trip to this city is filled with excitement and an opportunity to discover new locations to photograph. So what was my excuse for being there this time? Well, rejoicing with some actors friends and attending the NYC Fotoworks portfolio review. As a professional photographer, one of the key element for success…

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Weekly Facebook Cover Photo: Fontaine Medicis, Paris

A hidden gem located in the Luxembourg gardens in Paris, the unique perspective of the Medicis Fountain makes for a perfect facebook cover picture of the week. This landmark, previously known as the Luxembourg grotto, the Medicis Fountain was ordered by Marie de Medicis, widow of Henri IV around 1630 to engineer Thomas Francine. Since…

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Exploring Paris: The romantic terraces of Montmartre at night

Even though I’ve lived in Paris for 3 years back in the 2000s, I take even more pleasure capturing the city now that I don’t live there anymore. Maintaining a fresh eye and a unique perspective is easier that way. So, for this episode of Exploring Paris, we will spend a delightful evening in the…

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Exploring Paris: Cours du commerce Saint-André , Saint-Germain des Prés

This week article features the first of several “secret” places in Paris I want all of you to discover. Photos were taken in 2007 and 2010 with a Nikon D200 or a Nikon D300 and a Sigma 10-20mm F/4.5-5.6. Some photos are HDR or DRI, but not all of them, find out which ones! Located…

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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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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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From San Francisco to Vancouver: The Blissful road to happiness, Redwood National Park

Last summer, I did the first long road trip of my life alone. I left San Francisco, Ca and drove to Seattle, Wa in 7 days. A few weeks before, I had read an article in the National Geographic on Redwood National Park. So, I decided to go through the park, hike a few trails…

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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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