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David duChemin: The Travel and Humanitarian Photography of David duChemin, Vancouver, Canada 604-209-5900

David duChemin: The Travel and Humanitarian Photography of David duChemin, Vancouver, Canada 604-209-5900

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Photography Online Andrew S Gibson Freelance Writer & Fine Art Photographer Posted by Andrew S Gibson on April 15th 2014 The Visual Imagination In Slow I wrote about, amongst other techniques utilising slow shutter speeds, using intentional camera movement to create expressive photos that capture atmosphere and emotion. David duChemin takes that idea further in his new ebook The Visual Imagination, released this week at Craft & Vision. Read the rest of this entry » Posted by Andrew S Gibson on April 08th 2014 How to Prepare Photos for the Web in Lightroom Lightroom isn’t just a tool for processing Raw files. Read the rest of this entry » Posted by Andrew S Gibson on April 02nd 2014 Ballerinas by Eduardo Some of you will already be familiar with the portrait photography of Eduardo Izq. Read the rest of this entry » Posted by Andrew S Gibson on March 26th 2014 How to use Radial Filters in Lightroom The Radial Filter, like the Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush, is a tool for making selections so that you can apply local adjustments to your photos. Striking Landscapes

"People of the Delta" Film Project by Joey L. People of the Delta is a cinematic narrative film collaborating with real people and stories from the tribes of Ethiopia's Omo Valley. The script was written with true events in mind, shaped from the collective wisdom of stories handed down from the elders of the Dassanach and Hamar tribes. These two tribes are historically known for competing against one another for the limited amount of fertile land found along the Omo River. Conflict over resources extends to every culture and country on the globe today, and is expressed with an entirely unique perspective in the film. The story is told in two chapters from two unique perspectives. Joey L. Aside from bringing back a great piece of cinema that presents the tribes in a dignified manner, the local people will also benefit from this film. (Above: Early movie poster concept artwork by artist Sam Spratt. Speaking Roles: Character dialogue is rich in content, but kept very minimal throughout the film.

Glyn Dewis Photography :: Buckinghamshire :: Conceptual Portraits + Headshots + Music + Commercial Photostory 2012: Small Stories - Submissions Nicolesy | Blog Printing Hokkaido After narrowing down my Hokkaido work through my edit process, I’m now left with a collection of images to print. Here’s my rough process. 1. Image Prep. I take each image through a final pass in Lightroom’s Develop module. Here are the questions I’m asking myself as I go through the panels. Is my monitor recently calibrated? 2. Have I set my Image Size correctly? 3. I study my work under a large diffused skylight. I print with an Epson 3880 which I love, but I’m eyeing something bigger. If you want to bump your digital printing skills a little, or you’re just getting into it, I strongly recommend Martin Bailey as a resource. 4. As always, questions in the comments are welcome. If you’ve missed some of the Hokkaido work, here are a few blog posts with some images:

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