After several years of trial and error, I finally have a complete RAW photography workflow in Linux that I am happy with. The applications in this workflow aren’t just native to Linux, they are also free, open source software (FOSS). There is no need to dual boot, use WINE or a virtual machine. It’s a […]
If fall leaves, Halloween and everything pumpkins spices wasn’t enough to make October awesome. The Open Source Photography Course is 30% till October 21, 2015. If you are interested in open source photography and haven’t picked up the course yet, now is an excellent time.
I was looking forward to doing a fitness themed shoot in fall, but after Calgary got a large dump of snow at the end of September, I was worried that our autumn would be even shorter than usual. Since the leaves hadn’t fallen off the trees when the snow fell (it was still summer), the weight…
I have spent so much time learning how to take good photos under hideous fluorescent lights and various low-light situations, I almost forgot how great it is to work with natural sunlight. I wanted to experiment with back-lit photos when the sun is low because it isn’t something I do often.