This is the 13th anniversary edition of TFTTF. Chris goes over what has happened during those 13 years, and how TFTTF has enabled an entire new life for him. Also Simon has two questions regarding scanning of negatives and Chris suggests to ditch the scanner and instead switch to taking photographs of the negatives.
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Photo tours with Chris Marquardt:
» May 2017: Svalbard — Arctic (sold out)
» Oct 2017: Bhutan — The Happiness Kingdom (only 1 spot open)
» May 2018: New York Tilt-Shift
» Aug 2018: Ireland — Giant's Causeway
» Sep 2018: Norway — Lofoten Fantastic Fjords
» Oct 2018: Morocco
» all photo tours
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Chris answers a few questions that have come in lately. Ask more questions here or send an email to email@example.com
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I just spent an hour playing with the new Apple Photos App and here are a few very early first impressions. Let’s get the most important question out of the way right now: no, it’s not a full replacement for Aperture or Lightroom. Will that hinder its success? I don’t think it will. And here’s … Continue reading Apple’s Photos App Is Here
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Okay, let me admit it right at the beginning: I never set the clock on my camera. There. I said it. Daylight Saving Time Defused Germany has just switched to daylight saving time and like Groundhog Day, there is yet again a flurry of Tweets, blog posts, Facebook posts and YouTube videos reminding you to … Continue reading The Date & Time On My Camera Don’t Matter
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Joo Kraus did it again. Did I mention how much I love to see my work in the wild, used in real projects, while at the same time being incredibly humbled that someone likes it so much that they are … Continue reading
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It’s wonderful to see your work published in a magazine! » more info
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Watch out, Tweetstorm in three, two, one.
A tweetstorm is like a mini blog entry. To my knowledge, web pioneer and venture capitalist Marc Andreesen (@pmarca, co-author of Mosaic, the first web browser) cultivated this form of communication and here's my first effort. A tweetstorm is great to convey an idea that's too complex for 140 characters but might still be valuable for a Twitter audience.
Anyway, here's my first one, it's in the widest sense about photography and happiness. Continue reading
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Many of us have reluctantly signed up for the Adobe Creative Cloud because .. well .. because there’s not much of an alternative. A monopoly is a monopoly and monopolists have the tendency to take what they think is theirs. … Continue reading
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Reykjavik, here I am! I spent the other day out exploring the area a bit, of course with my camera. We had a wonderful sunset and Mt. Esja and the clouds presented quite a show. This was also a great … Continue reading
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Every now and then a photo session turns into such a spontaneous creative endeavour that you don’t want to interrupt it to do something mundane as cleaning something up. While I was shooting the band, I realized that I would … Continue reading
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