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How to Compress Photos for the Web While Retaining Quality

How to Compress Photos for the Web While Retaining Quality

Modern DSLR cameras are able to produce incredibly stunning shots that capture the tiniest details with ease. However, while you might get some use out of a 50MB image for something in particular, when you’re browsing the web you will never have the patience to load every single photo at dozens of megs. Terry White […]

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How to Make Your Own Ringlight

How to Make Your Own Ringlight

DIY photography tools are always great, because they can save you a ton of money and you can use them to actually see if it’s the type of accessory you buy on an impulse, or if it’s actually going to be a vital part of your camera kit. Along these lines, here’s the Angry Photographer […]

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Common Problems With Radio Transmitters & Triggers for Photographers

Common Problems With Radio Transmitters & Triggers for Photographers

There’s nothing worse than being out in the field, after hours of carefully packing your camera equipment, only to notice that one of your devices isn’t working properly. If you’ve ever had trouble with your radio triggers—or even if you haven’t yet—Adorama TV‘s video is a great way to see how you can troubleshoot them […]

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The 10 First Things Beginners Should Know How to do in Adobe Lightroom

The 10 First Things Beginners Should Know How to do in Adobe Lightroom

As we’ve covered before, Lightroom CC is, as part of Adobe’s Photography package, one of the greatest tools for amateur photographers. If you want to learn the basics of this software, we’ve got the perfect resource for you. Terry White‘s video covers the ten things that every beginner should know about Lightroom: What more could […]

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How to Use Two Speedlights to Define Portrait Facial Features

How to Use Two Speedlights to Define Portrait Facial Features

In the past we’ve touched on portrait photography more than a few times, but I’m a firm believer that when it comes to subjective art the more opinions you have the better. Today we’re hearing from Jeff Rojas on the use of two speedlights to define facial features: As you can see above, Rojas uses […]

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Lighting Ratios Quick Tip

Lighting Ratios Quick Tip

A lot of times, it’s the simplest of tips that have the biggest impact on the work that we do. Today, we’re going to explore this with a recent video from photographer Daniel Norton, showing us a quick useful tip on lighting ratios: The video is pretty straight-forward and involves some trial and error on […]

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How to Use the Dehaze Tool in Lightroom CC

How to Use the Dehaze Tool in Lightroom CC

Adobe’s Photoshop CC, along with its entire Photography package, is one of the most powerful tools available for amateur photographers. Terry White does a great job at explaining the new features found in Lightroom CC and Camera Raw, and the following video addresses one of these features, the Dehaze option: Travel photos are the ones […]

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A Stop Motion Wedding Proposal

A Stop Motion Wedding Proposal

You know it’s going to be a great event when a bunch of photographers get together and combine their skills for a cause. In the video below we saw just that: ten photographers getting together to capture Drew Geraci‘s wedding proposal on camera. Here’s how it went: It took quite a bit of planning, but […]

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How to Prepare Your Images for Professional Printing

How to Prepare Your Images for Professional Printing

Even though most of the photos we take are digital and displayed in a digital environment, the very best of them often deserve to come to life, as we print and proudly display them. If you’re thinking of printing some of photos for display—whether in a gallery or in your own home—Karl Taylor explains exactly […]

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Timelapse of Northern Lights

Timelapse of Northern Lights

Our planet is home to a wide variety of breathtaking natural phenomena. From volcanoes to eclipses, they’re all incredibly beautiful and make you pause and just think about the world around you. My personal favorite are the Northern Lights, captured in Richard Gottardo‘s video below: The video pretty much speaks for itself. It’s one of […]

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