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Basic Lighting for Portrait Photography

Basic Lighting for Portrait Photography

Lighting can be one of the most challenging aspects of photography, but something every photographer should strive to learn more about, no matter what their skill level. This new eBook is designed to lead you on a path of learning by doing using realistic example images from real client situations. This eBook is intended for […]

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Canon EOS 70D

Canon EOS 70D

Designed to Change the Way Photographers Capture Images and Video, New Camera Features Newly-Developed Dual Pixel CMOS AF Technology, Built-in Wireless Capability, 20.2 Megapixel CMOS Sensor, DIGIC 5+ Image Processor, and More MELVILLE, N.Y., July 2, 2013 – Canon is proud to introduce the high-performance EOS 70D Digital SLR camera – bringing advanced features to […]

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Sharp Shooter – Proven Techniques for Sharper Photographs

Sharp Shooter – Proven Techniques for Sharper Photographs

There’s nothing worse than getting home thinking you’ve bagged a world-beater, only to look at your new prize on the computer and find that it isn’t sharp. This new eBook isn’t going to transform every image you shoot into a razor-sharp wonder, but it will give you some tools to nail that world-beater more often […]

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Adobe’s New Photoshop CC has been Cracked and Pirated Widely in its First 24 Hours

Adobe’s New Photoshop CC has been Cracked and Pirated Widely in its First 24 Hours

Adobe’s new subscription-based service was designed to reduce the piracy of their software by forcing users to verify their subscription status with an internet connection every 30 days. But the model may have already failed on its first day with cracked versions of the new Photoshop CC reportedly being shared illegally on the Pirate Bay […]

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How to Improve Your Night Photography with Light Painting

How to Improve Your Night Photography with Light Painting

Historically, night shooting has fascinated, yet intimidated photographers. Thereʼs always been a perception that itʼs a difficult discipline to master, requiring state-of- the-art equipment and years of dedication. But in the digital era, this couldnʼt be further from the truth: all you really need is a DSLR, tripod, remote shutter release and the desire to […]

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Lightroom 5 and an Up to Speed Guide

Lightroom 5 and an Up to Speed Guide

Adobe has just released Lightroom 5, and the changes are amazing! With every version Lightroom gets better and better, but every time they change things up it means time re-learning the software and adapting its new features. Piet Van den Eynde, a notable Lightroom teacher prepared a guide for the new release. Lightroom 5 Up […]

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New: The Art of Baby Belly Photography

New: The Art of Baby Belly Photography

This new guide is designed to demystify every aspect of maternity photography. It covers posing guidelines for charming belly pictures, lighting setups that work best for baby bumps, and the best photo ideas. Our readers can receive a discount, simply remember to use the coupon code picturecorrect at checkout. It can be found here: The Art of […]

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Composing the Photo: Creating Order from Chaos

Composing the Photo: Creating Order from Chaos

A well-composed photo has a poetic balance. The feeling is one of perfection, as if that one moment on Earth was special, and it was captured in the absolute perfect manner. Composition is difficult to study as it has to do with our perception and attention to detail, but it can be improved through knowledge […]

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Photo Magic – Special Effects Photography Made Easy

Photo Magic – Special Effects Photography Made Easy

Special effects photography is the kind of non-photoshopped picture taking that makes onlookers wonder ‘how did you do that?’ This new guide is designed to open your mind to many simple and incredibly difficult techniques that will expand your photography range and help you become a more knowledgeable photographer in general. Found here: New Special Effects […]

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Vision is Better III eBook

Vision is Better III eBook

This new eBook, Vision is Better III, is a collection of 50 articles, tutorials, and photographic essays by David duChemin. DuChemin is a professional assignment photographer who has worked on six continents for a growing list of commercial and non-profit groups. This is the third in a series of books. This is a messy book. […]

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