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How to Use Graduated Filters in Lightroom

How to Use Graduated Filters in Lightroom

We could all stand to shoot more during the “golden hour”—that splendid wash of yellow and dramatic light created at sun up and sun down. But sometimes we must shoot in less than desirable lighting situations, and in turn, we may end up with a handful of mediocre images. In this video tutorial, Mark Wallace demonstrates how to use graduated […]

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How to Easily Change the Color of Something in Photoshop

How to Easily Change the Color of Something in Photoshop

Knowing how to use Photoshop to manipulate image colors is an extremely useful skill. It can make all the difference when editing and enhancing photos. But with the vast array of buttons and options available in Photoshop it’s easy to feel lost. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shows us how to easily change the color of anything […]

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Photographers Take a Pygmy Hedgehog on Adventures Around the World

Photographers Take a Pygmy Hedgehog on Adventures Around the World

He’s every photographer’s dream subject: photogenic, relaxed, and without objection. He’s also exceptionally easy to transport from shoot to shoot. Meet Biddy, the extremely well-traveled three-year-old African Pygmy Hedgehog. Photographers Thomas and Toni bring their little ball of prickly-awesomeness on adventures exciting enough for humans and hedgehogs alike, while documenting it with the cutest travel […]

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Natural Light vs. Artificial Light: Can You Really Tell the Difference?

Natural Light vs. Artificial Light: Can You Really Tell the Difference?

A perpetual question in photography: is it better to use natural or artificial light? Each has its respective pros and cons, but many photographers might feel uneasy when trying to replace natural lighting with a strobe. Felix Kunze and Sue Bryce show us how–when used carefully–strobes can convincingly mimic the look and feel of natural […]

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A Rare Peek Into the Underground Safe Haven for Rare Historic Photos

A Rare Peek Into the Underground Safe Haven for Rare Historic Photos

Where do old photographs go when they are left behind in the wake of a digital age? As many may become lost forever, there are people working fervently behind the scenes (or in one case, beneath ground level) to help alter the fate of these images. In the depths of an old limestone mine in […]

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How to Create and Photograph Your Own Hologram

How to Create and Photograph Your Own Hologram

Holograms have long been a source of wonderment and amusement for all ages around the globe. Coined in 1949 by scientist Dennis Gabor, the hologram is a three-dimensional image projection created by a photographic technique using diffracted coherent light beams. Once seemingly only available for the likes of Jedi Knights, the use of 3D projections in […]

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Simple Fix for Distracting Background Elements in Photos

Simple Fix for Distracting Background Elements in Photos

Whether you’re a professional or just starting out, distracting background elements are something every photographer encounters and must think about before snapping that perfect image. Using a cluttered alley as his example, Toby Gelston demonstrates the ultra-simple measures needed to cover up unwanted background distractions so you can keep your viewers’ attention on what matters: An […]

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Speedlight Troubleshooting: How to Use a Snoot

Speedlight Troubleshooting: How to Use a Snoot

Beautiful golden tones of light, and the warm feeling it produces, can be desirable in many instances when photographing. However, we may not always want our subjects to be washed with the same yellow light. Steve Russell, a Canadian news photographer, shows us the basics of using a snoot to get precisely lit shots of your […]

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