Feature: Port Saint Lucie Wedding Photographer JP Brandano

Jim and Phyllis comprise the husband and wife wedding photography team of JP Brandano Photography. JP Brandano is based out of Port Saint Lucie, Florida, and recently joined SnapKnot as one of our Premium wedding photographers. We had a little Q&A with Jim so we could learn a bit more about him and his style of photography. Read on and get to know JP Brandano Photography!

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iPads & Champagne from Blonde Cow Photography

Blonde Cow Photography is one of our newest Premium wedding photographers on the site. Kollene and Mattias Carlsson, the team behind Blonde Cow, are based out of Florida. Be sure to contact them to visit their downtown Sarasota studio for a champagne mingle, or to learn more about their iPad package for all your wedding photos. Very cool stuff!

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iPhone Photography App: Strobox Lighting Diagram Creator

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Strobox looks like a great free app for the iPhone (also compatible with the iPod Touch and iPad) for photographers in all fields. Strobox allows you to create lighting diagrams so that you can re-use the same setup to recreate a particular photoshoot, or share your lighting setup with your
fellow photographers.

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iPad Photography App: Photogene Mobile Photo Editor

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Omer Shoor’s Photogene app for the iPad looks like a great photo editor for both pros and photography enthusiasts alike, as it allows for some quick, fairly robust photo editing on the go (although curiously it offers no resizing ability, according to this excellent review of Photogene over at iPadmodo).

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Will lack of support for Picasa on the iPad hurt photographers?

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According to Mashable, Apple’s Steve Jobs recently replied to an email asking him about support for Google’s Picasa photo application on the iPad. Jobs replied with a resounding “no,” stating that (unsurprisingly) the Mac’s iPhoto has much better Faces and Places recognition features than Picasa.

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