Here is the latest addition to the Before & After series. Enjoy. What a great sunset it was. As you can see, more contrast added to the cloudy sky. Better lighting in the foreground vegetation. Generally more definition to the overall look.

This is my current photo workflow. Changes from the previous release are more cosmetics than anything else. I'm still waiting for two key things to happen. First, decide what to do with my Flickr account. Second, the upcoming Lightroom CC update that will allow for direct import of RAW images on my iPad Pro via... Continue Reading →

A Must-Have for iPhone Photography

If you are serious about doing photography with your iPhone, I highly recommend this utility: Metapho. This small photo utility shows all the meta-information that sit within each photo you take with your device. The latest update introduces support for the latest iPhone 11 camera features, one being able to show which mode the iPhone... Continue Reading →

Here is the latest addition to the Before & After series. Enjoy. I’m not really good at human photography. For this one, I was on a bus while waiting for our green light. I saw this scene and snapped the picture as fast as I could.

Turning to a black & white version helps turn this relatively ordinary scene to something more... sensual.

Photo Legend 20

Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. A few days before the middle of November, boom, a snow storm. As beautiful the first snow may be, this, I wasn’t ready for it. Too early. Too much. We’ve got five months of winter in front of us. Gosh.

The Lightroom CC Update we are Waiting for

The November update of Lightroom CC brought support for iPadOS 13. Included was the ability to import photos from Files.app like shown below. But is this the best Adobe could do? Well, if you compare to what we do on our traditional computers, there is an even quicker way. By just inserting a storage device... Continue Reading →

App Store Features Montreal’s Metro

Apple's App Store editorial team recently ran a story about photographing indoor urban landscapes. To my surprise, after peeking inside for a few moments, I started to recognize some of the scenes: Montreal's metro stations. The story was about highlighting a popular and well-done photo processing app: Darkroom. You can read a small review of... Continue Reading →

Here is the latest addition to the photo legend series. Enjoy. I wasn't flying on a plane. I was simply standing on one of the many volcanos in Hawaii. This is what I could see through my camera at this time. These clouds, the sky was so inspiring at this very moment. If you really... Continue Reading →

DxoMark Review of the iPhone 11 Pro

It is a bit late to the review game but it is well worth your time. DxoMark review of the iPhone 11 Pro contains a lot of details. With an overall score of 117, the iPhone 11 Pro falls behind other smartphones but manages to be in the top 5.

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