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Monthly Archive: July 2011

Jul 05

When is enough, really enough?

Matt Kloskowski over at Lightroom Killer Tips raised a very good question: “So when is enough, really enough when it comes to post processing?” It is a question I am constantly faced with. How much post processing work is required / necessary / permitted for a given photograph? I think I have to follow the …

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Jul 04

IShootShows.com: Nikon 75-150mm ƒ/3.5 Series E Zoom Review

Looking for an affordable zoom lens? Ever considered using a manual focusing zoom? If you have, then take a look at Todd Owyoung’s review on the Nikon 75-150mm ƒ/3.5 Series E which dates back to the 1980s. Would I consider one? Probably… The lack of AF is a concern though, and it would be useful to …

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Jul 03

Snapshot: Filial piety

This image was taken during a recent wedding event shoot. This specific shot was taken during the tea ceremony. I like this shot, mainly because of the contrast between two generations. And to me, this is one of those shots which work way better in black and white. There’s more impact, and the meaning is …

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