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Why Histograms Are So Important in Photography

Why Histograms Are So Important in Photography

So you’ve heard of histograms and been told that they’re important. But why? Steve Perry explains: What’s a Histogram? The simplest way to explain a histogram is that it’s a graphical representation of the light levels in an image. The histogram chart that you see on the back of your camera is a luminosity histogram. […]

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Choosing a Lens for Portrait Photography

Choosing a Lens for Portrait Photography

A good lens can bring the out the best of the moment and the model. If you’ve been wondering which lens to buy for portrait photography, this video by Mark Wallace is probably what you’ve been waiting for: Though the decision making process is difficult, you can break it down in a scientific way to […]

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What to Do With Your Music Festival Photos

What to Do With Your Music Festival Photos

Well, if you have survived a music festival in one piece, and all your gear is intact, that’s a big achievement in itself. But you can’t put your feet up and take the next few days off. There’s a lot of work to do and very little time to do it. Post-processing is a heavy […]

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DIY Leather Camera Harness

DIY Leather Camera Harness

A leather harness is an excellent accessory for photographers who prefer to use two camera bodies. As you can imagine, unless you’re in a studio environment, you can only use what you can carry. A leather harness that allows you to sling two cameras is a perfect solution: Leather harnesses are expensive. A good quality […]

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How to Get the Most Out of a Photo Walk: 7 Commandments

How to Get the Most Out of a Photo Walk: 7 Commandments

Photo walks need not be too complicated or too gear heavy. You can do a lot with just one lens and a little bit of intuition. Micael Widell presents seven commandments for photo walk that will absolutely transform your imagery: 1. You shall snap the first photo immediately Just as upon entering a shop you […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Whale Breaching

Interesting Photo of the Day: Icelandic Whale Breaching

It’s a wildlife photographer’s dream to capture a giant humpback whale breaching, with snowcapped Icelandic mountains and a dramatic sky to complete the picture. Wildlife photographer George the Explorer found himself living that dream. Except, the weather decided to play spoilsport: The idea was to showcase the majestic beauty of these beautiful creatures in their […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Light in Polish Forest

Interesting Photo of the Day: Magical Light in Polish Forest

Photographer Krzysztof Winiarski captured this photo in a Polish forest near Złotów, where he lives. Simply put, the photo manages to capture the essence of beautiful morning light filtering down through the thick foliage of trees. The intermittent rays of light interrupted by pockets of dark patches create an almost mystical look, a perfect combination of awe and inspiration: Winiarski’s […]

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How to Process Black & White Photos in Lightroom

How to Process Black & White Photos in Lightroom

Processing images in black and white can be done in countless ways and with many different programs. But for this tutorial, Aaron Nace from Phlearn has chosen to use Lightroom. Let’s delve deeper into Nace’s workflow: Virtual Copies At the start of the development process Nace makes virtual copies of the original image. Virtual copies […]

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7 Photoshop Tricks Hiding in Plain Sight

7 Photoshop Tricks Hiding in Plain Sight

Most users never quite get to use the full range of tools that Photoshop has to offer. Some of these tools are, however, extremely useful for the purpose speeding up your workflow. This video from photoshopCAFE elaborates: 1. Read the Fine Print Ever wondered about the tiny bits of information on top of the image […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Is This What Mars Looks Like?

Interesting Photo of the Day: Is This What Mars Looks Like?

NASA’s Mars program may be decades away from actually sending a manned mission, and all those fancy vacation plans on the red planet may just be too premature. But we can still have a sneak peek into what it might actually look like to stand on the surface of the fourth planet from the Sun. Well, […]

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