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I grew up in a quaint 2-family house located in the Georgetown neighborhood of Brooklyn, NY. For my entire life up until leaving for university, I could remember seeing the Twin Towers looming off in the distance right from my porch. Ironically, I always thought that these two gigantic Tetris pieces represented some truly ugly […]

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I wanted to give you a quick start guide on loading and processing images into Photomatix Pro to create the initial tone map.  The process is straight-forward and quickly generates results. Here’s our streamlined approach. Step One: Up and Running Launch Photomatix Pro from your applications folder.  For quick access add to your Mac’s Dock or […]

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(Click on the photos to get a better view) There’s lots of talk about why I switched to Lightroom over Aperture but here’s reason number 37. Noise. Above you’ll see a handheld shot taken at ISO 12,800 with a Canon 1DX and 24-70 f/2.8 zoom – near 10pm. It’s a photo of the Aria Hotel […]

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Post & Photo by Joe Farace – Follow Joe on Twitter One of the best things about photographing architecture is that your subject doesn’t move around all that much but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be moving around to find the best possible camera angle. In fact, there are only two real considerations when photographing […]

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