Getting off Auto Manual, Aperture and Shutter Priority modes explained

You may have heard that once you get a DSLR you need to learn to shoot in manual and only ever use that mode. That if you are using the Aperture or Shutter Priority you’re cheating and if you wa... See full article

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New Twist To Iconic Photographs [Abe Lincoln + Others Via Fresh Photoshop Colorization]

Might have caught this earlier, but here’s a fascinating look at iconic portraits that were originally shot in black and white that have since been colorized in Photoshop. Normally, I don’... See full article

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The Exposure Triangle and How it Affects Your Photos

Getting a new DSLR can be quite an overwhelming experience for a new photographer. All the knobs and buttons seem to do a thousand different things (and they do), but the dirty secret of photography i... See full article

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Preset Photo Adjustment Follow Up Debate is Split, Scott Chimes In

Its been gratifying to see that the great preset debate from my earlier post is not isolated to this office, instead there seems to be a lot of interest in this topic and a fairly even split in fav... See full article

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Preset Photo Adjustments: Instant Gold or Drab Repetition?

Scott here. Many of you know that I’m the primary retoucher here around the Chase Jarvis studio. I was surprised to get into a fairly spirited debate the other day with some of my co-workers. Th... See full article

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Back to Basics: Exposure Explained

Exposure is one of the first, and one of the most confusing, concepts that a budding photographer learns. All of the numbers, abbreviations, settings and relationships can be overwhelming at first. He... See full article

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Photograph The Moon March 19, 2011

Whether you’ve photographed the moon numerous times or have just thought about doing it, Saturday evening, March 19, 2011, is a must do evening. On that evening the moon will be at its perigee (... See full article

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Photo Editing 101 Surviving the Tidal Wave of Data

[Scott here with another guest blog post. Today I hope to save you some time and heartache by giving you the nuts and bolts of editing large volume shoots...] Painful memories I have: My first break... See full article

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Aperture vs. Photoshop in B&W Post Production: More Notes From Scott

——– Note: NO, we didnt have too much eggnog and accidentally re-publish a post from just before the holidays… We did, however, get a TON of reader requests from a lot of y&#... See full article

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