A botched update to Adobe Lightroom CC caused some users to lose photos and presets. What happened? Read the full story.
Selection of pictures I took and processed in July of 2020 My summer vacations plans are not what they were supposed to be. That being said, I managed to get a few nice pictures during the month of July. I rarely post pictures here so why not post a visual summary of what July brought... Continue Reading →
Do you wish for a better version of Instagram, not owned and operated by Facebook? Your wish may come true. A year ago, the Kickstarter project for …Bokeh To Challenge Instagram Good piece by one of my virtual-and-blogger-friend about a possible Instagram alternative. From the screenshots above, it certainly looks promising. But there are signs... Continue Reading →
Today, I want to share a few updates on my photo processing workflow. It's been a long time since the last update. This time, four important additions to my workflow require attention as shown on the following workflow diagram. My photo processing workflow as of 2020-06. Click to enlarge. New visual space In order to... Continue Reading →
I'm back on Instagram. That's right. About a year ago, I wrote about how I was missing Instagram. In that post, I was expecting Bokeh, a Kickstarter project, to take off and become a successful alternative. A year later, Bokeh project backers like me are still waiting to see the outcome. So, I decided to... Continue Reading →
I’m starting something new. I’m opening a new visual space. Thanks to Universe, a simple yet powerful website creation service, I’m introducing Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
Locked down The fifth edition in the Perfect Imperfection series. An old abandoned boat floating in old-Montreal port (location). See the rest of the series on Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
Walking down the trail There is an uncertain destination at the end of this path. See the rest of the series on Numeric Citizen Visual Space.
Yesterday, I went out for a very long walk downtown Montreal. Since the beginning of my confinement, more than a month ago, I wanted to go out and experience the city emptiness. I took eighty pictures from which I selected nine of the best. The subject of each photo is trying to portray confinement or... Continue Reading →