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WebShutter (13 Sep 2007) | photography by Antonio Marques

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WebShutter (13 Sep 2007)


Ok, time to get this blog rolling again.

On my previous post, I’ve explained why I was absent for so long…  

Now it’s time to get my stuff together and bring the blog back to life again.

And nothing better for that than start with what has called my attention in photography lately.

Without further delays:

  •  Haje at Photocritic.org has a very good article on how minimalist photography can be as or more powerful as photography that contains a lot of information. When less is more shows very good examples of using less information to highlight certain areas of your photos.


  • Shutterbox Philippines reports a serious new firmware for Canon Digic II based point and shoot cameras.

How does it sound to have your camera shoot in raw mode, have a live histogram, a DOF-calculator, file browser, among others? Good, right? Go there and read all this firmware can do for your point and shooter.


  • Casually, Trevor at Photowalking.org found out that he has a forum after all. Ok, maybe not one of the best things to have neglected for long, but if it grows it can provide a good place for photowalking discussions. Since I know that many out there are avid fans of photowalking, why not going there and talking a look around?


  • Many photographers have considered, at one time or other in their careers, turning pro or at least turning photography into a business opportunity. Having a well set portfolio to showcase your work and approach potential clients is a must. If you are interested in this kind of approach, Photopreneur published 3 steps for a better photography portfolio that are sure to give you a better foundation instead of the “how the hell do I do this” way.


And that’s enough “linkage” for this week. Enjoy…


  1. Trevor Carpenter

    September 13, 2007 at 1:19 pm

    Thanks for the link to Photowalking.org!

  2. Shutter Box Philippines

    September 13, 2007 at 6:01 pm

    Thanks for linking to Shutter Box Philippines as well!

  3. A Marques

    September 13, 2007 at 8:57 pm

    Hi Trevor,

    Thanks for stopping by. No problem on the link love, quality is to be rewarded.

  4. A Marques

    September 13, 2007 at 8:58 pm

    @ Shutter Box Philippines,

    Thanks for your comment. I hope to see you back soon.

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