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Monthly Archive: August 2011

Aug 23

Michael Soo’s 4 Steps to Stunning Engagement Photos

Award winning photography Michael Soo shares his 4 steps to taking excellent wedding engagement photos. For a more casual, spontaneous feel, he loves shooting at beaches and forests. For an elegant, sophisticated atmosphere, he uses backgrounds of architecture and cityscapes.

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Aug 22

Day to Night

Stephen Wilkes - Day to Night

Check out some awesome pictures that depict a 10-hour timespan of New York in a single image. Photographer Stephen Wilkes would set up his camera on a single spot over a 10-hour period capturing various images and then digitally manipulate them to form one single image comprising elements of images taken throughout the day. His …

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Aug 21

Snapshots: One location, two treatments

Came across this lane after having breakfast earlier. On a weekday, it’s busy, and full of people. Spaces that are occupied and used daily take on a totally different tone when there’s no one around. Which of the pictures below do you prefer? I prefer the B&W version.. Both are in HDR, taken handheld. Bracketing …

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Aug 18

Two more lens reviews from Thom

Thom’s added two more lens reviews, this time they’re less exotic and more within the reach of people like myself. They are the Nikkor AF-S 50mm ƒ/1.8G and the Nikkor AF-S 55-300mm ƒ/3.5-5.6G DX ED VR. Thom didn’t think there was much difference between the 50mm  ƒ/1.8G and the 50mm  ƒ/1.4G. A friend of mine has the  ƒ/1.4G and I …

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Aug 15

James Mollison’s “Where Children Sleep”

Documentary photography James Mollison’s “Where Children Sleep” is a poignant, touching and direct look into the lives of children from around the world. The book looks at the bedrooms (or in some cases, the places they sleep) of children from various countries. Some may be familiar, others not quite so. Having a look at places …

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