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How to Improve Your Fine Art Photography

How to Improve Your Fine Art Photography

Final Reminder: Only 1 day left! in the popular deal on: The Photoshop Artistry Course How do you proceed to grow and develop as a fine art photographer? Basically, regular use of your camera with deliberate intent, while paying attention to the following, is what brings it about. 1. Pursue the Goal To make images […]

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Study Shows the Value of Professional Photojournalists

Study Shows the Value of Professional Photojournalists

When you flip through a newspaper, are you drawn to the photographs? How long do you look at them? Do you read the captions? What, exactly, is it that you remember about the photos? What do you value? A first of its kind study by journalism consultant Sara Quinn looks at how audiences engage with […]

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How to Remove Glare from Glasses with Photoshop

How to Remove Glare from Glasses with Photoshop

As we all know, modern photography is as much about capturing the perfect moment as it is about touching up that moment to turn it into a perfect photo. One of the most common of these post-processing edits is removing the glare from a subject’s glasses—a minor detail that’s difficult to avoid when shooting, and […]

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NASA Celebrates Fifth Year of the Solar Dynamics Observatory with a Stunning Solar Timelapse

NASA Celebrates Fifth Year of the Solar Dynamics Observatory with a Stunning Solar Timelapse

Our daily view of the sun is generally that of a large glowing orb—something that shines in our sky, steadfast and predictable. This timelapse from NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory, however, shows us an entirely different view of our great stellar host—one whose surface is always in motion. Part lightning storm, part volcanic eruption, and part […]

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How to Create a Moody Atmosphere in a Photo

How to Create a Moody Atmosphere in a Photo

Final reminder: only 1 day left in the 33% off deal on: Topaz ReStyle Have you ever come across a photo you captured didn’t evoke the emotion you felt at the time? Whether the look you envisioned was lost in translation from eye to camera, or you simply want to alter its mood, in this tutorial we […]

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Here’s Some Gorgeous Wedding Photography to Inspire You

Here’s Some Gorgeous Wedding Photography to Inspire You

What kind of photos do you want of your wedding? Have you thought about it? Check out these photos and see what catches your eye: Have you found inspiration? Do you hope to become a wedding photographer yourself? Check out some tips on wedding photography.

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How to Use the Tone Curve Panel for B&W Photography in Lightroom

How to Use the Tone Curve Panel for B&W Photography in Lightroom

The concepts in this article are from the Mastering Lightroom Course The Tone Curve panel is for adjusting RGB and color curves. There are a couple of interesting uses for curves relating specifically to black and white photography that I’d like to explore a little deeper here. The first is using the RGB curve to […]

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How to Choose the Correct Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

How to Choose the Correct Aperture, Shutter Speed, and ISO

The previous article in this four part series about moving beyond the P Mode on your DSLR explained what your camera assumes about the quantity of light when being used in Program mode and that combinations of shutter speed and different apertures can result in the same amount of light reaching your DSLR’s sensor. This […]

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How a Celebrity Photographer Captures Personalities in New Light

How a Celebrity Photographer Captures Personalities in New Light

As Jason Bell explains in the video below, photographing celebrities is both a privilege and a challenge. While it is obvious why this would be a privilege, the challenge with capturing a famous person comes from the fact that the subject is already well known by the public, as pictures of them have appeared time […]

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Photography Tips for Wall Art

Photography Tips for Wall Art

Deal ending soon – create stunning works of art at $208 off, 3 days left: Photoshop Artistry Almost every photographer has had the urge to mount and display his or her photos as wall art, either at home or maybe in the office at work. At one time or another—we’ve nearly all done it—we took […]

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