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How to Remove Stubborn Color Fringing From Your Photos

How to Remove Stubborn Color Fringing From Your Photos

Have you ever started processing an awesome photo only to find that it had weird discolorations in certain areas or a bright blue or red line following the contour of your subject? It can be a serious bummer to deal with if you don’t know a few shortcuts like the one wildlife photographer Steve Perry shows […]

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How to Clean Your DSLR’s Sensor

How to Clean Your DSLR’s Sensor

Sensor dust getting you down, but taking it to a dealer doesn’t seem like your best option? Maybe your warranty’s expired or sending off your prized DSLR in the mail just doesn’t sound appealing. Luckily, as photographer Doug McKinlay shows us below, it’s quite possible to clean the sensor yourself: Sensor dust is inevitable, especially […]

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How to Use the Different Types of Lasso Tools in Photoshop

How to Use the Different Types of Lasso Tools in Photoshop

Making selections can be one of the most time-consuming aspects of using Photoshop, and though Photoshop provides many ways to go about it, the lasso tool is certainly one of the most accessible–especially for beginners. In the video below, Photoshop master Aaron Nace takes us through each element of the lasso tool, providing details that […]

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How to Choose a Reflector

How to Choose a Reflector

Reflectors come in many shapes and sizes, and different surfaces can reveal a surprising number of different effects. To help you choose which reflector suits your needs best, the experts at Wescott Lighting have created this brief gear guide: Many reflector kits come with up to six different materials: white, silver, gold, sunlight, black, and […]

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Maximizing Space in a Small Photography Studio

Maximizing Space in a Small Photography Studio

Do you wish you had a professional photography studio at home but don’t have enough space? Maybe the spare bedroom seems a bit small for all the equipment you’d need for a truly professional setup? Check out this video from Adorama, where professional photographer Norm Beer shows how he’s transformed his small, two-car garage into […]

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Eyescape: Amazing Type of Wedding Photo Using the Reflection of an Eye

Eyescape: Amazing Type of Wedding Photo Using the Reflection of an Eye

You probably know that not all wedding photographers are the same, but have you ever imagined capturing that special moment through the eyes of others? Australia-based photographer Peter Adams-Shawn does just that, capturing the scene not only through the lens of his camera, but also through the viewer’s lens as well. He calls the shots […]

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What It Takes To Get That Perfect Wild Animal Portrait

What It Takes To Get That Perfect Wild Animal Portrait

What happens when you try to take a portrait of a wild animal in captivity? Take look as National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore gives us a glimpse of what he goes through all in a day’s work: It may seem a bit weird to be trying to capture professional portraits of animals who’d rather be […]

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The Easiest Guide to Basic Photo Compositing Ever

The Easiest Guide to Basic Photo Compositing Ever

New to Photoshop and wondering how people make some of those stellar composite images you’re seeing all over the web? Or perhaps you’re an old hand at photo editing, but learning compositing has seemed a bit daunting? Well either way, if you’ve been wanting to try your hand at it, you’re in luck. Not only […]

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Sounds of Film Photography

Sounds of Film Photography

If you were born before the turn of the century and remember the good old days of film, prepare yourself for a bit of nostalgia. This cool one-minute short from Robert Marshall of Round One Films will bring it all back for you: In just over a minute Marshall captures just about every sound associated […]

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Interesting Photo of the Day: Electric Green Aurora Mirrors the River Below

Interesting Photo of the Day: Electric Green Aurora Mirrors the River Below

Iceland is by far one of the most amazing places to catch the Aurora borealis, and this shot taken by Seattle photographer Paul Weeks doesn’t disappoint. The electric green and yellows of the aurora almost seem like they’re reflecting the shape of the river below: Capturing the aurora (especially one this bright) can be a […]

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