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Mission Impossible: Six Months to Experience the Whole World

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Two months ago I wrote that Katja and I are planing two things in 2014 that are even more exciting than our engagement. I couldn’t give you any details then, but now I… Continue reading

Lofoten 2014 Portfolio

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We’ve just created a portfolio with the best images from our one-week trip to the Lofoten archipelago in Norway. This is an amazing place, so go visit whenever you get a chance, but… Continue reading

Looking for Travel Partner(s) to Tanzania and Zanzibar

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Dear readers of Photographically Curious, have you ever daydreamed about a true African safari, seeing lions, elephants, giraffes, rhinos and zebras, experiencing a sunset in the savannah, or getting a glimpse of the life… Continue reading

End-Of-Year Lightroom Chores

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Hello everyone! Wow — it’s already February and we haven’t wished you a “happy new year” yet… So Happy new year and we hope that 2014 has started well for you! May it bring you… Continue reading

Olympus E-M5: Summary (Part 4)

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By now we’ve mastered the basic operation of the E-M5, we are enjoying its flexible auto-focus mode, and we’ve set up the camera completely to our liking. In today’s short article I’ll tie… Continue reading

Olympus E-M5: The Menu System (Part 3)

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Now that you know everything about the basic operation and auto-focus features of your camera, let’s delve into the details of the menu system and see how to take full advantage of everything the… Continue reading

Olympus E-M5: Auto-Focus (Part 2)

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When I previously described the basic operation of the E-M5, I left out the topic of auto focus, because I think that it merits its own article. So here it is today: my favorite… Continue reading

Istanbul 2012-2013 Portfolio

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The images in this portfolio come from two weekend-trips, one in 2012 and one in 2013. Istanbul is a vibrant and fascinating city, boasting a mixture of European tradition and Asian hustle-and-bustle, that you… Continue reading

Olympus E-M5: Basic Operation (Part 1)

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It’s probably unwise to write detailed and time-consuming articles about the E-M5 when the E-M1 is already shipping and many of you are throwing envious looks towards the new body. But at Photographically… Continue reading

How-To: Rate and Tag Images in Lightroom

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Previously I talked about how to structure your image library using a simple naming scheme for files and directories. Today I’ll describe the next — quite difficult and highly subjective — part of… Continue reading

How-To: Name the Files and Directories in Your Image Library

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In the previous article I talked about the wonderful things that happen when you mercilessly sort out your images and build a small and well-organized image library. Today I want to show you how… Continue reading

How-To: Sort Images Without Mercy

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I’m firmly convinced that the biggest strength of Lightroom is not making RAW files pretty, but making it easy to identify our best images from a shoot, organize these in a meaningful way… Continue reading