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Using Luminar’s Unique Filters to Make Your Landscapes Come Alive

Using Luminar’s Unique Filters to Make Your Landscapes Come Alive

Everyone knows that post-processing is the key to making your landscape photos shine, but not everyone wants to spend a lot of time behind a computer. Today I wanted to take a closer look at Luminar 2018 for photo editing (currently on sale for the Holidays). Its interface is not only intuitive and fun, it’s […]

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How to Sync Settings in Lightroom to Edit Multiple Photos at Once

How to Sync Settings in Lightroom to Edit Multiple Photos at Once

Lightroom has a million and one ways to speed up our post-processing workflow, and being able to sync photos that need the same changes together is one of them. Here to explain the process is Aaron Nace from Phlearn: Sometimes it makes sense to not have to edit every single photo individually. This is especially true […]

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How to Stop Lens Creep: Tutorial

How to Stop Lens Creep: Tutorial

What are you to do when you’re pointing your camera toward the ground and your zoom lens keeps wanting to slip downward? Techie Dr. Jake of Dr. Jake’s Very British Reviews has a quick and easy fix: Lens creep occurs when you’re photographing something below you with a zoom lens that’s just a little too […]

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Tips for Photographing Fast Moving Birds

Tips for Photographing Fast Moving Birds

Ever wonder how photographers manage to capture fast-flying birds not just fully in the frame, but also in focus? There’s more to it than just luck. In the video below, wildlife photographers Tony and Chelsea Northrup take us on a quick romp through some of the settings and procedures that will help you catch your […]

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A Simple Setup for Cosmetic Product Photography

A Simple Setup for Cosmetic Product Photography

Getting a classic, high-key look in product photography doesn’t have to be expensive. In the video below, photographer Dustin Dolby of Workphlo demonstrates a simple, two-light setup that’s easy both on the budget and post-production time: If you’re into product photography–particularly for cosmetics–you’ve probably seen a number of crazy setups using multiple lights, snoots, and […]

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White Background Lighting Tutorial for Portraits or Product Shots

White Background Lighting Tutorial for Portraits or Product Shots

Often, when you shoot subjects on a pure white background, the background doesn’t turn out truly white. This can work well if that’s the look you’re going for, but what if you really want your background white? According to advertising photographer Joe Edelman, it’s a simple fix: Though some photographers shy away from shooting subjects on […]

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Field Macro Photography Tutorial

Field Macro Photography Tutorial

One of the best ways to shoot macro is in a studio with a flash, which allows you to capture every detail of your subject without distraction. But, since a core tenant of nature photography is “do not disturb,” serious nature macro photographers need to find another way. That’s why nature photographer Paul Morgan has put […]

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Reduce Your Photo Editing Time: Tips & Techniques

Reduce Your Photo Editing Time: Tips & Techniques

Don’t you wish you could spend less time going through hundreds of photos and get to the nitty-gritty of editing more quickly? Check out this eye-opening tutorial by photographers Rachel Gulotta and Daniel Inskeep. They give us a whirlwind tour of the software and methods they use to cut their editing time down to the […]

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Understanding Light Modifiers

Understanding Light Modifiers

Choosing the best light modifier for your needs can be a bit overwhelming, especially since most of us don’t have access to a studio with all the gear to try them all out in. Luckily, photographer Jay P. Morgan of The Slanted Lens has taken the time to do it for us. But beware, sometimes […]

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DIY Light Wand for Photography

DIY Light Wand for Photography

Ever since the Wescott Ice Light came out a few years ago, photographers have been finding its incredible portability, high quality of bright, daylight balanced,  soft light, and long-lasting battery life somewhat irresistible. What’s not particularly irresistible about it, however, is its price. It also doesn’t change colors like its cheaper cousin, the Yongnuo Wand […]

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