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Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Interesting Photo of the Day: Antarctic Expedition Essentials

Have you ever wondered what gear a photographer going on an Antarctic expedition would need to take with them? New Zealander John Bozinov gives us an insight into the gear he’s taking for a three-month trip to Antarctica in this stylistic photograph: Obviously, he’s taking a lot more warm clothing with him than the few […]

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Aurora HDR Real Estate Photo Editing Tutorial

Aurora HDR Real Estate Photo Editing Tutorial

If you work in real estate, you know how important great imagery is in getting people interested in a property. First impressions last, and too many real estate shots don’t do justice to the building itself. A lot of the interior shots are distorted or too shadowy in some areas and too bright in others. […]

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Twilight Photo Editing Tutorial in Luminar

Twilight Photo Editing Tutorial in Luminar

If you’ve never edited an image before, you may be wondering why you should bother, and if you’re used to editing being part of your workflow you may be wondering what Luminar can do to enhance your images that other image editors can’t. For those who are wondering why you should bother with editing, the […]

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How to Lighten Dark Photos in Luminar: Quick Tutorial

How to Lighten Dark Photos in Luminar: Quick Tutorial

Related note: only a little while left for the Pre-order Sale on Luminar 3 with Libraries We’ve all been there. You come back from your latest photo trip, eagerly upload your images to your computer, and then realize that they’re just too dark! Photos that are too dark, or underexposed, but are otherwise good used […]

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Travel Photo Editing Tutorial in Luminar

Travel Photo Editing Tutorial in Luminar

Dedicated travel photographers always have a camera handy, even while on vacation, because you never know when the perfect moment is going to present itself. If you decide to leave your camera behind one day ‘because I won’t get any good images,’ I can guarantee from personal experience that you’ll see shot after shot, and […]

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How to Improve the Sky of a Photo with Luminar A.I. Sky Enhancer

How to Improve the Sky of a Photo with Luminar A.I. Sky Enhancer

If you’ve ever taken a landscape photo of a great place, then got home and realized just how dull and dreary the sky looks, you’ll know how disappointing it feels! You could spend ages fiddling around manually in your image editor, trying to get some detail and color in the sky, or you could use […]

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Enhancing Night Cityscape Photography in Aurora HDR

Enhancing Night Cityscape Photography in Aurora HDR

Night time cityscapes can look amazing, especially when they are done in HDR. In this article we’re going to look at how Aurora HDR 2019 can take your cityscapes to the next level. For this tutorial, I’m going to use a single image and Aurora to create an HDR image, But for traditional HDR you […]

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Dodge & Burn Tutorial in Luminar

Dodge & Burn Tutorial in Luminar

Using dodge & burn as part of your editing workflow in Luminar 2018 can really help refine your image and allow you far greater control over the areas you adjust. Dodging and burning is an old darkroom technique, and it’s simply lightening or darkening certain areas of a photograph while leaving the other areas as […]

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Faster Editing of HDR Images With Aurora Preset Filters

Faster Editing of HDR Images With Aurora Preset Filters

We’re all busy people, and sometimes, you just don’t have time to mess around with sliders and adjustments on your HDR images. They need to be done, but they need to look good, too. Enter Aurora HDR 1.2.0 and preset filters. Aurora HDR has a large number of presets that have been specially developed for […]

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Quick Corporate Headshot Photography Tips & Techniques

Quick Corporate Headshot Photography Tips & Techniques

If you’re looking to break into shooting corporate headshots, speed and accuracy are essential ingredients for success. Jay P. Morgan shows how you can take three different styles of professional corporate headshots in just 30–45 minutes: You may be wondering why you need three different styles. Shooting three looks gives more choice for the final image, and […]

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