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In this Tutorial, you will learn two techniques to match the image size (or document size) of another.Method 01: Image Size/ Canvas Size (0:40)Method 02: The Crop Tool’s Front Image Feature (2:04)The post TWO Techniques That You (Probably) Don’t Know To MATCH Image Size in Photoshop appeared first on Photoshop Training Channel.... READ MORE
Photoshop Training Channel | 10-09-2017 1:02 PM
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Note: If the video doesn’t show up at first, please reload the page. How do I fix skin tones? from Lightroom: Tips and Quick Fixes by Richard Harrington How do I fix skin tones? When working with a picture of a person, skin tones often really stand out if they don’t look correct. That’s because…Please Support Our Partners:Spyder5ELITE+ – Calibrating your display and looking for an upgrade? Switch to Spyder5ELITE+ today from ANY brand for $139! Save Now!Illuminati Wireless Light & Color Meter for Photo... READ MORE
PhotoFocus | 10-09-2017 1:00 PM
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A creative use of camera angles is one of the quickest ways to add interest and variety to your photos.Even if you don’t know how to use your camera very well, angles are easy! All you have to do is move your camera higher or lower to dramatically change the angle of your photo. It doesn’t matter what camera or what lens you’re using (even your smartphone), you can always make more creative photos by changing the camera or shooting angle.Five Different Camera AnglesYou have... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-09-2017 11:00 AM
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Many artists sometimes face a lull in their production of new works or continuation of existing works due to a “creative block”. They often will find it difficult to conjure up an idea to work on a new piece or to even finish a piece they’ve already started. Photographers are not immune to the dilemma of a creative block either. You may oftentimes feel like you have photographed everything or you’re just not motivated to even pick up your camera because you feel like you’re... READ MORE
Adorama Learning Center | 10-09-2017 6:00 AM
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Most DSLR and mirrorless cameras have a feature called Bulb Mode. If you’re like me, you probably saw that in one of the menus or buttons when you first got your camera and have promptly ignored it ever since. Even the name sounds weird, and at first glance, you might think it has more to do gardening than photography. But it’s actually a very useful option that can unlock all sorts of creative possibilities with your camera.Learning to use Bulb Mode does take a bit... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-09-2017 6:00 AM
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A Milky Way panorama is the sort of image that every photographer probably wants to have in their portfolio. The more dramatic, the better. While the choice of location is up to you, there’s much more to getting a great shot. Milky Way Mike shares the basics of stitching a Milky Way panorama and other technicalities post-processing:How to Stabilize Your Camera for Milky Way PhotographyA steady tripod, a slightly heavier variety, will keep the weight firmly down and secure the camera.If your tripod comes with... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 10-08-2017 1:21 PM
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The vignette is one of the most powerful ways to boost your photos. It reduces your photo’s brightness at corners and sides compared to the image center. It’s mainly used to highlight elements in the center even more. Besides, you can also use it to cover distracting details on the sides of your image.As popular as it is, it’s just as common to not apply vignettes properly using Lightroom or Adobe Camera Raw. Let me show you three powerful tweaks to squeeze out 100% of... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-07-2017 6:00 AM
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When thinking of landscape photography, what often comes to mind are photographs of mountainsides or desolate beaches, but landscape photography is not limited to the wilderness. With a little preparation and forethought, great landscape photographs can also be taken in urban settings. Here’s a quick primer to get you on the right track.“Bow Bridge at Dusk” captured by James Maher1. Foreground, middleground, and backgroundTreat urban landscape photography just like you would traditional landscape photography. You need to think about how a viewer’s eyes will flow... READ MORE
Picture Correct | 10-06-2017 9:43 PM
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While there have been lenses with fast maximum apertures for a long time, it seems that bokeh is particularly trendy these days. You can spend a lot of money on lenses with wide apertures and dreamy bokeh. What if you could create natural-looking bokeh in Photoshop instead of having to capture it in camera?A new tutorial from Phlearn shows you how to achieve stunning bokeh effects in Photoshop. If you'd like to follow along with the video below, you can download sample images here. The... READ MORE
Imaging Resource | 10-06-2017 3:00 PM
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Show Promo ImageImage sharpness is a critical concern for most photographers, whether they’re shopping for a new lens or shooting photos in the field. In the revealing video below, Leica photographer Thorsten Overgaard answers the question “What is sharpness in photography,” and explains techniques for achieving optimal results.Fri, 10/06/2017Ron Leach... READ MORE
Shutterbug | 10-06-2017 10:20 AM
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Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned.This is an article for every photographer even if you not post regularly something or using Instagram just for family pictures. I hope this it inspires you to take a deeper look into Instagram because it is a great place to find inspiration or locations, be creative and meet new people. On Instagram, you can ...The post 5 Ways Photographers Can Improve by Using Instagram appeared first... READ MORE
Improve Photography | 10-06-2017 9:00 AM
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Shooting in low light without a full-sized tripod can be tricky to do and get a sharp image. In this short video from Adorama TV, Gavin Hoey goes over several things you can do to help you in this situation.Low light photography tipsSome of the things he mentions in the video include:Using image stabilizationUse a large apertureChoose a higher ISOMaking the camera stableUsing the self-timerEditor’s note: Ironically, I was just in London in May and got a pretty similar shot to what Gavin shows in... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-06-2017 6:00 AM
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 From the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom YouTue Channel: Boundary warp is key! In this week's Lightroom Coffee Break, Ben Warde explains two great things about stitching panoramas in Lightroom. B&H carries Adobe Photography Plan subscriptions.... READ MORE
The Digital Picture | 10-06-2017 5:33 AM
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I love creating images with plenty of story and I need to use certain techniques to get the light the way I want. On location I use limited gear, usually two Einchrom ELB400 which I use to create interesting light to my subjects and the environment. My most used composite image technique is where I […]The post How I made this image using my favourite compositing technique appeared first on DIY Photography. ... READ MORE
DIY Photography | 10-06-2017 5:03 AM
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Have you stared longingly — and perhaps jealously — at those perfectly crafted reflection photos on Instagram or Flickr, and then failed to achieve similar results when you tried one of those shots yourself? It’s maddening, I know. Reflection photography can be slightly trickier than it would seem, not so much in terms of the technical aspect of it, but from a creative perspective and what goes into crafting an interesting reflection shot.Here are 6 tips and ideas that you can use to make more... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-06-2017 5:00 AM
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Learning how to photograph the moon has long been one of the great joys of a photographer's journey in learning. For centuries the moon has captivated people, given direction and provided hours of enjoyment and wonderment.  Being the brightest object in the night sky, it's something photographers of all levels can shoot, however it does take planning and preparation to accomplish.The moon is bright, but it isn't bright enough to simply snap a photo.  It is an object that's lit with sunlight, so nearly every... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-05-2017 5:46 PM
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In this MUST-WATCH tutorial, Andrew Boey shows how to obtain INTENSELY SATURATED background of ANY COLOR without using ANY colored backdrop at all! Understand the theory of how this works & at the same time pick up a new trick called 'Light Source Tracing', this new trick will help you to light up reflective objects beautifully!!You may also like: How To Get Black Background, Even ... READ MORE
ISO 1200 | 10-05-2017 3:29 PM
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Architectural photography may seem fairly straightforward but to get good results consistently, there are some important points to remember before releasing the shutter. Lighting, white balance, converging lines, and composition are just some of the key factors to keep in mind when you are out to capture a great architectural photograph.In this post, we have collected 5 free guides that will teach you how to make the most of any photographic opportunity that a beautiful building or a cityscape presents to you. They cover various... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-05-2017 12:00 PM
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These are my 7 top Lightroom keyboard shortcuts that are designed to make your workflow faster to deal with.Read More »The post 7 Lightroom Keyboard Shortcuts That Will Help You Edit Faster appeared first on The Art of Photography.... READ MORE
The Art of Photography | 10-05-2017 8:14 AM
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You may be at a point with your photography where you are comfortable operating your camera and are capable of taking a good picture. You can work with exposure, you understand composition, and can even enhance your photos in post-processing. You should be pleased with this, as this puts you ahead of the vast majority of other photographers. But at the same time, perhaps you are not seeing the elevation in your results that you expect. You are beginning to wonder why you aren’t getting... READ MORE
Digital Photography School | 10-05-2017 6:00 AM
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Photographers are in constant pursuit of the perfect shot. Of course, “perfect” has a different meaning for everyone, but I believe the underlying idea here is that every photographer wants to — in one way or another — capture captivating images. There’s really no need to overthink any of this; just about everywhere you look, everywhere you go, beautiful photos are waiting to be made. When you’re on the hunt for something to shoot, it’s important to remind yourself of the value of simplicity.One of... READ MORE
Light Stalking | 10-05-2017 5:00 AM
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Sprouting Photographer Podcast is all about the business of photography. Episode #324 of the podcast features an interview with Marc Silber.Discussion topics include: visualization, equipment and capturing.Show notes for Episode #324 can be found at www.SproutingPhotographer.com/324.The post 324: Marc Silber – Using the cycle of photography to improve your basic skills appeared first on Sprouting Photographer - Business Education for the Professional Photographer.... READ MORE
The Sprouting Photographer | 10-05-2017 3:00 AM
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