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Boris HD Photography
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Hello, I am Boris, a New Jersey based award winning pictorialist. Photography is my passion and I use iI to capture and share images by marrying art and technology. To learn more about my work and services, please visit www.BHD-Photo.com
Hello, I am Boris, a New Jersey based award winning pictorialist. Photography is my passion and I use iI to capture and share images by marrying art and technology. To learn more about my work and services, please visit www.BHD-Photo.com

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Travelers crossing the Hoboken train station waiting room to catch the Ferry.
HDR and Slow-shutter image taken with iPhone and edited on iPad. This image is composed of 6 shots for the exposure and a fair amount of people in the right place.
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Exposing to the Right.
This good article provides a short (somewhat technical) as to why many people (including me) use the "Expose to the Right" technique while taking images with their DSLR.
If you are not convinced, why don't you try with a few shots of your own?

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Long exposure of downtown New York City and the Hudson River.
Taken with #iPhone5s and Slow Shutter Cam app. Country #USA.
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Mood of the day...
Image taken in Lake George, NY on my +iPhone 5s and edited using +Snapseed.
It's always fun to create and feel free to go crazy with #iPhoneography!
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I recently bought and watch 3 courses from Ben Willmore that aired on creativeLive.com over the last few months.
Ben completely demystified Photoshop, and more specifically the Curves and the "Hue and Saturation" adjustments. It now looks so simple and so powerful.
I also took the course on Advanced Masking and again I never knew how much you can do in terms of selections and masking with Photoshop and how you can do 90% with very simple tools.
I strongly recommend you to take a look at his site and courses on www.creativelive.com, it's a gold mine.

Today I checked the focusing accuracy of my lenses using the Datacolor "SpyderLenscal". I have been having some doubts about the accuracy of my 70-200mm lens focusing for a while and the tool confirmed my worries: it was focusing back...On an bird image at 5.6, it makes a big difference since the eyes are not crisp.
I'm glad my Canon 7D has a function to adjust the focusing calibration on a per lens basis, I was able to correct both my 70-200mm and my 180mm macro lenses.
I'll be writing an article soon on how to calibrate your focusing using the "SpyderLenscal"

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