Every workday, walking to the metro station, I go by an old fire station transformed into a restaurant. I love this building. Each time there is something to like about it. Yesterday, it was about this small ice structure. You see, paying attention pays.

Introducing my Blogger Workflow

If you are a blogger like me, you may find it interesting to learn about what tools other bloggers are using. If you are not (yet) a blogger, you’ll see what it takes to start and thrive! As a long time blogger, I’m happy to share with you all the details about my workflow. You’ll... Continue Reading →

During this 36 hours snowstorm, Montreal received close to 40 cm of snow. That is quite a big one.

Photo Legend 22

Following my previous blog post about finding my own style of photography, this imperfect photo is a prime example. Taken during yesterday’s snowstorm, while walking, barehanded, it was cold. Previous post of the Photo Legend Series can be reach here.

Finding my Photography Style

Recently I discovered a photographer's blog named "AOWS" that I find very interesting and inspiring. One particular article caught my attention: "In praise of imperfect images". In summary, imperfect images are a good way to find our own photographic style. This is something that I'd like to achieve. But this endeavour is not easy. One... Continue Reading →

My Photo Processing Workflow as of 2020-02

Here is my photo processing workflow as of 2020-02. Following my blog post “Online Photo-Sharing Services: My Experience with 500px”, it is time to reflect the change and update some other areas1. Three areas of change My current photo processing workflow as of 2020-02 First, as I no longer publish photos to Flickr, thanks to... Continue Reading →

Diagrams for Mac: A Promising Beginning

Today is the start of something new on the Mac: Diagrams. A simple yet promising diagramming application for macOS. Here is a short peek at this newcomer in a relatively competitive and crowded space. A simple diagram created with... Diagrams 1.0 on macOS. Start small, think big Entirely new and native applications on the Mac... Continue Reading →

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