Survey [closed] – what topic would you like to know more about?

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7 Responses to “Survey [closed] – what topic would you like to know more about?”
  1. Great results. I voted but will vote again in the comments for digital workflow. i have my own but it’s always interesting to compare how others keep organized and maintain backups (maybe backups should be on that list too).

    • Darlene says:

      Thanks Stephen. Someone also added something about a raw processing steps but I think all of that is part of workflow. From downloading, editing, saving, and backing up. Will be something I cover for sure in the near future. I just need more hours in the day or to clone myself!

    • Darlene says:

      Stephen and those of you that were interested in digital workflow you may want to check out this free seminar on It’s a great site and they do free webinars (you can buy a recorded version to watch later also if you want) and they are usually quite good. I’ve popped in to a few to check them out and the one on LR4 a while ago had some really good info and tips. There’s one on LR workflow coming in June. Just go to this page for details and to register. I get absolutely nothing from recommending it other than it’s helpful for you!

  2. Mike says:

    Would be very interested in learning how to shoot the northern lights.

  3. Mike says:

    Night photography, with the only light available is candle lights. Have lots of time to learn. Going too the Devonian Botanic Gardens Luminaria in Dec.

  4. Lito C. Bagaporo says:

    First I’d like to thank you for being registered in your site.

    Second is, I would be very interested in learning how to shoot good quality picture not in RAW (un-edit type).

    Thank you and more power to you, Miss Darlene.

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Born and raised in Edmonton, Darlene has had formal training in photography at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. She enjoys portraits, fine art, and travel photography. She is a seasoned traveler having spent time in Mexico, Singapore, Malaysia, Peru, Thailand, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Cuba and Australia. Darlene loves exotic locales, exotic food and experiencing different countries directly through the local people and the cultural arts. Her vision is to share her artistic talents through teaching “the art of seeing”, and to spread love and tolerance through the experience of truly connecting with and understanding people of different cultures.