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Lightroom vs. Photoshop: Which One is Right for You?

Lightroom vs. Photoshop: Which One is Right for You?

Even if you’re starting out as a photographer, it’s likely that you’ve heard of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Both are essential tools for image makers, and just about anyone will tell you that it’s worth your while to invest in one or both programs. However, if you’re just starting out, it can be difficult to […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under

Interesting Photo of the Day: Looking Up from Down Under

“The best photos happen accidentally,” states Australian landscape photographer Anton Gorlin. While this statement may have some truth to it, it’s hard to deny that the creative eye and technical finesse of the artist played a significant part in materializing today’s featured image: Though Gorlin’s title is pretty self explanatory, it doesn’t make this nightscape any less […]

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How Photographers Can Get Out of a Creative Slump

How Photographers Can Get Out of a Creative Slump

Professional photographer and filmmaker Sean Tucker has produced editorials for established corporate clients. He has accrued thousands of followers on platforms like Youtube and Instagram. He even creates tutorials for fellow photographers learning the ropes. Yet, he still experiences doubts and insecurity despite the success that he’s found as an artist. Doubt is something that virtually […]

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5 of Lightroom’s Best-Kept Secrets for Photographers

5 of Lightroom’s Best-Kept Secrets for Photographers

It’s no secret that Lightroom is one of the single most helpful programs for photographers. With the ability to simultaneously organize and alter images, the processor has constantly evolved since its inception to provide the best user experience possible. Like many of Adobe’s products, Lightroom is full of shortcuts. It would be difficult to discuss […]

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How to Stack Silhouette Photos to Show Motion

How to Stack Silhouette Photos to Show Motion

Reducing subjects down to a simple, graphic form, silhouettes add an air of mystery and intrigue to even the most banal objects. In the 1800s, Eadweard Muybridge famously used silhouettes to capture the movement of a horse while studying animal locomotion with the help of his camera. Ever since, silhouettes have remained a popular stylistic […]

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Barcelona Spain Hyperlapse & Timelapse Photography

Barcelona Spain Hyperlapse & Timelapse Photography

The merging of ancient civilization and sophisticated, sleek modernity, there’s no doubt that the city of Barcelona is one of Spain’s greatest bragging points. Established centuries ago by the Romans, it now boasts a population of over 1.6 million. Though Ukrainian photographer Kirill Neiezhmakov has filmed the magic and movement of cities like Kuwait, Prague, Dubai, […]

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How to Convert to Black and White in Lightroom: 3 Techniques

How to Convert to Black and White in Lightroom: 3 Techniques

A well executed black and white is hard to criticize. Filled with rich tonality and void of the distractions color can bring, it forces viewers to focus on basic elements, such as form and light. However, with the dawn of digital post processing, the simple process has become a bit more complicated than it once […]

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How to Use ND Filters for Long Exposures: Tutorial

How to Use ND Filters for Long Exposures: Tutorial

Ever wonder how professional photographers manage to get dreamy daytime blurs without overexposing their images? Believe it or not, achieving this effect is actually pretty simple. As photographer Craig Roberts explains, one small tool makes all the difference: Neutral density (ND) filters primarily serve to muffle wavelengths as they pass through a camera’s lens. In turn, this […]

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Pursuit: A Storm Chaser’s Amazing Photography Timelapse

Pursuit: A Storm Chaser’s Amazing Photography Timelapse

Photographer Mike Olbinski spends most of his days shooting weddings and portrait sessions. But when spring comes around, you’re likely find him chasing after a very different subject. Pursuit is a short film compiled of footage he made across 10 states and 28,000 miles over the course of 27 days during the peak of storm chasing season. Featuring […]

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The Workflow Behind Photographing a Bottle of Wine

The Workflow Behind Photographing a Bottle of Wine

If there’s one thing photographer Dustin Dolby has mastered, it’s efficient workflow. His educational Youtube channel has accrued nearly 2 million hits by simply walking through his strategies for creating professional looking images with minimal materials. The feats he accomplishes sometimes seem to only be possible at the hands of a skilled professional, but with his guidance […]

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