Author: Noel Chenier

Remembrance Day Photographs

I happened to be looking through images relating to Remembrance Day and came across a few images I’d thought I’d share. The top photograph is of Veteran Art Pottle, who fought with the 1st Special Service Force, AKA The Devil’s Brigade, during WWII in Italy and Southern France. It was taken at the New Brunswick […]

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Fun Assignment: SELF PORTRAIT

Many photographers say they have difficulty photographing people, but one of your most difficult subjects to capture could be you yourself! We all have a vision of ourselves that we create, but when we are forced to face ourselves, we shy away. But the self portrait can also reveal something about ourselves, or allow us […]

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BUYING A TRIPOD: AN IMPORTANT PURCHASE

You’ve just spent hundreds or thousands of dollars on camera equipment, so it’s not a good idea to go cheap with what you’re going to use to support it.I’ve seen more than a few camera that have been destroyed from crappy tripods! The image above is not my camera, one that I found on the […]

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Workflow and Saving Images

Lots of people ask me the process I go through when working my images. Here are the steps I follow when I am downloading images(note, this is how I do it, other people may have better ways, but it works for me!): 1) Download the images from the card to my hard drive on my […]

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