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The Story of the "Unintended" Illegal HDR Photo

Last June I wrote a post called “The Story of the Illegal HDR” (link). It was a story about how I captured my HDR photo of St. Patricks Cathedral in New York City. It spurred over 400 comments in 2 days and some of them got pretty heated. Most people were on my side, but there was a good portion of people that thought what I did was dead wrong (to put it lightly) Fast forward to last week. I was asked by Adobe to come be...

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Tip – Deleting the easy way

Bonjour! Today’s my last day in Paris but I wanted to leave you with a quick tip for the weekend that I use myself all the time. By the way, thanks to anyone who sent me a message about where to shoot in Paris. I got some great ideas and even met up with a local NAPP member which was awesome (more on that next week). Anyway, the tip… Last night I was going through my photos and whenever I come across one to delete (which...

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Lightroom 3.4 and Professional Imaging Update

Had a great time teaching here in the Netherlands at Professional Imaging 2011. You can see a behind the scenes video from Frank Doorhof here (link). I’ll post a bit more in depth next week and some shots from a live Compositing and Selections class that I did but overall I had a wonderful 3 days. In other news, Adobe announced a release candidate of Lightroom 3.4 on the Adobe labs website. It basically includes support and...

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Fading Lightroom Presets

I’m in Houston, TX getting ready for my full day Kelby Training Lightroom seminar tomorrow. I always get a little anxious the night before, especially since I haven’t used Lightroom in about 2 years (totally just kidding!). If you are at the seminar though, make sure you stop by the front and say hi. I always enjoying meeting people from the blog. OK, on to the tip for today. A blog reader turned me on to this clever...

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