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Robert Hawara
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Follow me on twitter @cuibonophoto and my site at www.cuibono.ca
Follow me on twitter @cuibonophoto and my site at www.cuibono.ca

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Is it possible to customize the app shortcut menu or add a default for all apps? I'd love to add "Force stop" to some apps' shortcut menu that tend to freeze. 

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Never mind I didn't realize that the needed amount of time with my finger on the button had decreased so much... It's all good.
It used to work but now on my s6 it won't anymore 

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My photo essay on the bullfighting event that occurs in Cotabambas, Peru is complete and up on my site. 

The essay documents the amazing/perilous trip there, the regular bullfighting that transpires, and the main event that led me there in the first place. The main event features villagers tying a condor to the back of a bull before its released to fight against many bullfighters. The custom is full of symbolism and it's important to note that no animals were killed during the celebration.

Visit my photo essay for some pretty incredible and rare pictures and a full explanation of why this event occurs every year on Peru's Independence Day

http://www.cuibono.ca/events/bullfighting/

Have a great day

Rob
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I had a tough time finding the moire brush in CS6/ACR7 earlier this week. I was relieved to finally find it, and given the lack of information out there on it (at least, I can't find any), I wrote a little blog entry for those who may be looking for it as well. The sum of the story is that if you're trying to use it on files that you've already edited (in ACR6 for example), it's hidden! Have a look to see how to enable it, my little write up might save you some grey hairs :-)

http://www.cuibono.ca/blog/moire/default.shtml

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Really impressed with the moire brush in ACR 7. Here's a quick example of how it can solve moire issues in no time flat.
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Took the weekend off from doing any type of photography work. It felt nice being away from the computer and the viewfinder.

Jumping back in though this week and having a bit of fun with selective coloring and saturation. The picture is from the film set in Montreal I was shooting on a few weeks ago.

Enjoy
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Excerpt from http://cuibono.ca/blog/madmen/

"There is nothing better than an original photo-shoot for a photographer. It gets our creative juices flowing and it usually means that you'll have a wonderful time creating something very unique with some very cool people. Instead of opting for the "usual" engagement shoot, Véronique and Mathieu decided to change things up bit and gave Aaron Rodericks and myself a theme to play with. Specifically, they wanted a 1960s "Mad Men" themed photo-shoot and Aaron and I were more than happy to oblige.

To make the shoot as authentic as possible, we needed to work on four elements. First, Véronique and Mathieu's clothing had to be reminiscent of the 1960s. Second, just like the clothing, the location had to have as many "old" elements in it as possible. Third, Mathieu had to play (for the most part) a more dominant role while Véronique had to assume the more "subservient" one. And finally, the post-processing of the pictures had to create that vintage faded look to make them feel "old"."

Here are a handful of pictures, plenty more on my site: http://cuibono.ca/blog/madmen/

Have a great day everyone.
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