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  • In between work part 3: Golden eggs

    by Dnf-style | 11th of September, 2007

    Adobe Systems will soon offer a online free version of photoshop. It is called: 'Photoshop Express', and is a 'light'-version of Photoshop. This product has to appeal to consumers and concur with other cheap alternatives as Google's Picasa. Adobe Photoshop Express is... More
  • In between work part 2

    by Dnf-style | 8th of September, 2007

    Wile exploring I found two more very useful freeware programs. The first is imagesorter which automatically sorts your 1000nds of images by colour and gives you many search possibilities. It has been developed by a Berlin team that try to bring men and machine closer... More
  • in between work

    by Dnf-style | 7th of September, 2007

    I'm at work but found this while surfing in my break. A whole new interface of organizing your pictures. click here See Article
  • Boost up your sales part 14 Back to school

    by Dnf-style | 6th of September, 2007

    Boost up your sales. How? Simple, by becoming a better photographer. Need help? Don't ask me, ask the following guys they give you all you need. Webphotoschool another webphotoschool more journalisme point of view More
  • Boost up your sales part 13

    by Dnf-style | 5th of September, 2007

    No money for photoshop? Try IrfanView for free or the gimp also for free. Good editing does not have to be expensive at all. See Article
  • Boost up your sales part 12

    by Dnf-style | 5th of September, 2007

    Always wanted to see the effect of your lighting without a model or even lights? look here See Article
  • Boost up your sales part 10

    by Dnf-style | 4th of September, 2007

    Always wanted to build a sort of comic like photos? Try this action See Article
  • Boost up your sales Part 7: Blog blog blog

    by Dnf-style | 22nd of August, 2007

    I guess DT admins will have themselves a handful now checking blogs rewarding credits for it, reading blogs, commenting on blogs etc etc. Did they know what was coming for them? To give them some help and a hearthfelt thank you I write this blog with: Answers to some... More
  • Boost up your sales Part 6: Live music photography

    by Dnf-style | 21st of August, 2007

    Last weekend we have been out to a music festival. A two day festival of which the first day with my own band. Your own band? Eh yes and no. I don not play on stage but am the light technician since about 12 years now with these guys. Danielle has been photographing the whole... More
  • Boost up your sales Part 4: rules of composition

    by Dnf-style | 17th of August, 2007

    Day 4 and Part 4. I WAS planning to do one part a week but now find myself hooked enough to be looking for response on part 1 to 3 about 8 times a day and thinking about the next part even so many times. As you may see the title has changed. I've done this because not... More
  • No responses on Blogs

    by Dnf-style | 16th of August, 2007

    Why are there so little responses on blogs? Because it's new? Because people think I got nothing to say in Lessons in studio shots? Tell me, because it is frustrating when you spend a complete morning on trying to share some of your views, tricks and knowledge and nobody... More
  • Lessons in Model studio shots Part 3: Catching real emotions

    by Dnf-style | 16th of August, 2007

    After Part one: instruction and Part two: Backgrounds, it is now time for Part 3. ****************************************************** Originally I was planning to make one part a week but I feel like out of control on this blog thing. And I keep feeling the urge to get... More
  • Lessons in Model studio shots Part 2: Backgrounds

    by Dnf-style | 15th of August, 2007

    Part 1: Introduction can be found here Why oh why did I start the previous blog with part 1. Now I will have to start a part 2 to not look like the blabbermouth I am. ;-) Which I am not, I beg you pardon. Good, enough rubbish, time for part 2. Normally when we give... More

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