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How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

How to Save an Underexposed Photo in Photoshop

Whether it’s an error of judgement, a momentary brain lapse, or some crazy lighting, an underexposed photo of a great moment is a reality in every photographer’s life. Whatever the reason, there is a way to salvage the image. Aaron Nace from Phlearn shares how: Before you get started, understand that when you start to […]

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Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

Tips for Using the Clone Stamp Tool

You likely use Photoshop’s clone stamp tool on a regular basis for removing lens specks or for replicating elements, and so on and so forth. But the clone stamp tool can sometimes be a little unwieldy, such as when working on a target area that is curved instead of being a straight line. Unmesh Dinda […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Salt Lake City Fog

Interesting Photo of the Day: Salt Lake City Fog

There is a golden rule in landscape and nature photography. Leave home before sunrise and come back long after sundown. These two extremes ensure that you capture both the Golden Hour and the Blue Hour. This image by Hansi Photo sums up this rule perfectly: To capture this stunning photo, Hansi Photo hiked through waist […]

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Panning Photography Basics

Panning Photography Basics

Panning is a photography technique often used in sports, fast action, wildlife, and even street photography to an extent. But it can be used in a much wider scope. The basic principles of panning are always the same, as explained by Marcin Lewandowski: What is Panning? Panning isn’t a new technique. You might have used […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Moonrise

Interesting Photo of the Day: New Zealand Moonrise

This amazing shot of the rising moon and the stunning spectacle that is our Milky Way was taken at Woodend Beach in Christchurch, New Zealand, just 20 minutes from where the photographer, Ekant Veer, lives: The shot combines 12 exposures, all of which were taken on a Sony A7 II with a Sony 55mm f/1.8 […]

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5 Creative Photography Hacks in Under 60 Seconds

5 Creative Photography Hacks in Under 60 Seconds

We’ve shared a healthy dose of tips aimed at stuck at home photographers struggling for ideas. Some of these tips are simple to implement, while others require a bit more effort to pull off. Here are a few more tips from Dan and Sally. Thankfully, these are on the easier side: 1. Smoke Emitter Adding […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Light Painting Mountains

Interesting Photo of the Day: Drone Light Painting Mountains

Photographer Reuben Wu has been experimenting with his drone to light geographical features and make long exposure composites for some time now. His project called Lux Noctis is a fusion of traditional landscape photography, 19th century romantic painting, and science fiction: Wu’s primary tool is the light that illuminates the obscure night landscapes and adds the […]

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Photoshop Tutorial for How to Color Correct Quickly

Photoshop Tutorial for How to Color Correct Quickly

Color correction is an important aspect of post-processing. This process renders the right color tones and tint for your photos, making them appear the way your naked eye saw the scene in the first place. In this video, Unmesh Dinda from PiXimperfect explains some easy steps to color correct your photos in Photoshop: Image with […]

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Self-Portrait Headshot Tips for Photographers

Self-Portrait Headshot Tips for Photographers

A great portrait is more important than you think it is, both from the perspective of your business and your website. Plus, a self-portrait session is the perfect way to test out new lighting techniques before you head out on a photo shoot. In this video, Jeff Carpenter shares a few tips on how to […]

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Street Photography Tips from a National Geographic Photographer

Street Photography Tips from a National Geographic Photographer

Where do you start with street photography? In this video Chelsea Northrup hooks up with well-known National Geographic photographer Ira Block for a street photography session in his hometown, New York City. Block shares his experience, his approach, and techniques for shooting street photography as the two make it through the streets of the Big […]

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