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                              I try to avoid getting stuck in low market share software platforms because whatever benefits they might have, eventually the lack of third-party apps, plugins, and utilities becomes too frustrating, and almost inevitably generates a death spiral as the lack […]

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A few months ago I tried two new services designed to display photographic stories or essays: Exposure and Storehouse. Both show promise, but are still in the early growing stages. Before diving into the review and comparisons, let me be upfront at what I’m looking for in a service like these: – a beautiful design that […]

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  It seems like every photographer in town has a photo of the newish Citibikes lined up like this in their portfolios. I resisted until a few nights ago when the sight of them covered in snow, at night, wore down my resistance. By the way, this is a good example of the problem I […]

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I suppose this post title makes as much sense as my “Why I Shoot Nikon” post from two-and-a-half years ago. In that post I explained that I shoot Nikons because of Simon and Garfunkel. It is one of my longest, rambling and I hope most amusing posts on this blog. In that post, I mention […]

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  This week Google rolled out an update to the Nik Software suite, including a completely new module – Analof Efex Pro. I’ve barely scratched the surface of its capabilities, but it allows you to recreate a multitude of traditional film photography effects that goes way beyond most existing film effects, which simply try to […]

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