Articles by The PictureCorrect Team Archives - Page 9 of 20 - PictureCorrect195 articles

How to Clean a Camera Lens

How to Clean a Camera Lens

A dirty lens can be a real headache on a photo shoot. Many camera manufacturers offer lens maintenance services, but keeping your lenses clean doesn’t have to be left to professionals. This infographic shows you how to clean your lens at home inexpensively—and without doing any damage: BorrowLenses.com illustrates the process quite clearly; it’s simple. Get […]

Continue Reading

The Top 16 Most Iconic Photographs of All Time

The Top 16 Most Iconic Photographs of All Time

One photo can have a huge impact on history. We all have familiar images that come to mind when we think of historic events. This infographic takes a look at some of the most iconic photographs of all time, including shocking images, such as Napalm Girl; amusing images, featuring Einstein’s tongue; and breathtaking photographs like M.Collins’ […]

Continue Reading

Landscape Rapid Editing System

Landscape Rapid Editing System

Most photographers would rather be out shooting around the world than sitting for hours on end in front of a computer screen. But how do you balance great photography skills with great photo editing techniques and still spend less time post-processing? Enter this helpful new photo editing preset system designed specifically for landscape photographers. Found here: The […]

Continue Reading

Guide to Fundamental Photo Editing

Guide to Fundamental Photo Editing

A complete step by step guide to photographic editing from best-selling photography teacher, Kent DuFault. Fundamental editing includes edits that aren’t going to fundamentally change the concept of the original photograph. This guide covers the steps required to take your original photo, as it came out of the camera, and turn it into the best image […]

Continue Reading

Flash Photography for Headshots & Portraits

Flash Photography for Headshots & Portraits

If you’ve made the decision to start making money with your camera, you’ve probably figured out that the fastest way to do it is by offering headshots and portraits. Not just the artsy stuff. But the bread and butter work that helps pay the bills. That’s what this course is all about. We were able to […]

Continue Reading

Trey Ratcliff’s Complete HDR Photography Tutorial

Trey Ratcliff’s Complete HDR Photography Tutorial

High dynamic range (HDR) photography can turn a dull scene into a stunningly gorgeous and engaging image – if the technique is done right. We’ve all been exposed to poor examples of HDR, but Trey Ratcliff, arguably the most famous HDR photographer ever, has developed a popular training course to help photographers master techniques for beautiful HDR photos. Found […]

Continue Reading

Topaz Glow: Illuminate Your Photos

Topaz Glow: Illuminate Your Photos

Glow creates a magical luminescent glowing effect that infuses your work with a sense of energetic movement and flow (see how it works here). The effects are fully adjustable, from subtle background enhancements to an electrifying ‘wow’ look with fractal and neon illumination. Found here: Topaz Glow 2 It is designed to create vibrant images with […]

Continue Reading

Photoshop Basics for Photographers

Photoshop Basics for Photographers

This popular course is designed to help users become a Photoshop or Photoshop Elements expert from the perspective of professional photographers. In the world of photoshop tutorials, it is difficult to find the key tools & functions that are critical for photographers, these lessons help you master them in any version of Photoshop. Watch anytime you like, as […]

Continue Reading

Intensify

Intensify

Want your images to POP? Join thousands of photographers who have discovered Intensify. Four incredible detail algorithms help you get eye-popping depth that is noise-free, halo-free and full of life. Intensify includes a vast number of ultra-powerful adjustments to deliver the image you saw when the shutter was pressed. Currently only available to Mac users. Found […]

Continue Reading

Camera Settings for Interior Real Estate Photography

Camera Settings for Interior Real Estate Photography

Taking high quality pictures indoors presents a challenge, especially if you’re not experienced with lighting gear or just don’t have any at your disposal. With the right settings, though, you can take professional quality photos indoors by taking control of your camera settings. This infographic gets you started: According to KeyAGENT, these are the best […]

Continue Reading

Page 9 of 20« First...7891011...20...Last »
New! Want more photography tips? We now offer a free newsletter for photographers:

No, my photos are the best, close this forever