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Photo Post-Processing Tuturial – Using Nik Color Efex Portrait Filters for Streetscape Photography from Mark Garbowski on Vimeo.   Photo Post-Processing Tuturial – Using Nik Color Efex Portrait Filters for Streetscape Photography from Mark Garbowski on Vimeo. I shoot a lot of streetscapes in early morning light, known as the “golden hour.” Sometimes, however, the […]

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Yesterday Scott Wyden, who I met through Twitter, posted a challenge to his photographer friends to do their best with what he admitted to be a bad set of brackets.  You can read why they are bad brackets at the link.  So I gave it a go last night.  I did the HDR in Photomatix, then […]

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I mentioned a few days ago that I did not allow myself to use either the tilt or shift features of my new lens for the first 30-40 minutes of shooting.  Then I made myself use the important but less enticing shift feature, whose effects are necessary but often not discernable unless you point them […]

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I think Park Avenue photographs so much better than it looks in real life.  The gleaming glass office towers tend to look pretty drab, especially in full daylight.  I discussed this earlier here.  This is, I think, what the architects were aiming at when they developed this style.  So even though I do not much […]

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