Monthly Archives: March 2013

It’s all about the stories

Whether I went on vacation, did geocaching or stayed home and just took pictures of the kids playing in the backyard, I always like to share my photos with friends and family. Photographs are a great support for memories. They … Continue reading

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CorelDRAW Subscription or Perpetual Box / Download – It’s Your Choice

This post was originally published in Gérard’s blog. Find out more posts from Gérard in the CorelDRAW community. If you read my blog, receive emails from Corel, or follow us on Facebook, you may have heard about our new CorelDRAW Membership … Continue reading

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Claudia Salguero Makes a Splash in the Big City

Last week, Painter Master Claudia Salguero held two Vernisages, one in New York City and one in Chelsea, QC. for her exhibit Downtown Aluminum. The exhibit is open at Broadway Gallery from March 8-31, 2013. I managed to catch her … Continue reading

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How Winning the International Design Contest Changed My Life

Entering the contest Well, it has been almost two years since the last CorelDRAW International Design Contest . When I try to think back to the competition and the process of creating my design, I remember first my decision to … Continue reading

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6 Simple Ways to Shoot Better Smartphone Videos

These days you can’t swing a USB cable around a BestBuy without hitting the latest state-of-the-art video camera. As a new father, I’ve been shooting a diaperload of baby videos starring my four-month old son Ignacio. Unfortunately, I don’t have … Continue reading

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