Advanced Dust Correction in Lightroom

Introduction This tutorial has been transcribed from the SLR Lounge Adobe Lightroom 4 DVD Guide, a 14 hour DVD featuring over 130 tutorials for mastering Lightroom. As we all know, dust spots on our i... See full article

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Review: Tripad

One of the more ingenious products I’ve come across lately is the Tripad. It’s purpose is simple, support a computer on a tripod to make shooting tethered as easy as possible. Shooting... See full article

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Cut the Cheese: 5 Tips for Photographing Kids

Note: all images in this post are copyrighted to Natalie Norton, unless otherwise indicated. Photographing kids can be a real pain adventure! They’re busy, they’re squirmy, they’re... See full article

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9 Architectural Photography Tips

Classical or contemporary; architectural photography can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Here are some pointers to help you get started 1. Be sensitive to the direction of light as this can i... See full article

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9 Architectural Photography Tips

Classical or contemporary; architectural photography can be as challenging as it is rewarding. Here are some pointers to help you get started 1. Be sensitive to the direction of light as this can i... See full article

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Readers: Lens Filters: To Use or Not To Use? Your 2 cents, if you please!

Image Source: John Salvador Lens Filters: general information For those of you who are newer to the wild, wild world of photography, there are many different kinds of lens filters, and thus they are u... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer Michael Kern

Photographic artistrycan take on many forms. Those that make the greatest impact often challenge convention and blend styles to create something new. Nature photography is defined almost as strictly... See full article

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Window Street Photography ~ Try Something New And Grow!

Street photography is so exciting – the searching and waiting for just the right moment when a story unfolds in a single frame. I love the surprise and randomness of candid shots, but once in a ... See full article

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5 Tips for Flattering Maternity Photography.

People’s interest in maternity photography has really exploded over the last few years. 8 years ago, when I was pregnant with my first son, you couldn’t have paid me a million dollars to... See full article

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Give Yourself Assignments And Get Out There!

Are you in a photographic rut?Shooting the same subject over and over? Seeing the same people, the same streets, the same scenery day in and day out? How about an exotic, inspiring, stimulating va... See full article

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Want to Be a Professional Wedding Photographer? Here Are 10 Things You Should Know.

Wedding photography is joyful beyond description! In fact, it’s all the rage in the realm of digital photography, and you can turn a pretty penny as well! But professional wedding photography de... See full article

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3 Minutes With Photographer Seshu

Great photographers always have a knack for making their work look effortless and their subjects look natural. Wedding and portrait photography may look easy enough, bit it can be extremely hard work ... See full article

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Want to be a Child Photographer but Dont have Kids?

I just had an excellent question over on my Facebook page. One reader asked, “How easy, or not, is it to get into child photography? I don’t have children, none of my friends have children... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer Steven Bumgardner

Photography has always been a powerful medium to share images, but it has consistently been most powerful when used to share stories. As digital SLRs increasingly include video functionality new oppor... See full article

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1,000 shots a day {the National Geographic photographer}

I can’t remember the last time I read something about photography that wasn’t online. I picked up National Geographic’s recent 50 Greatest Pictures issue recently and was totally ent... See full article

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3 Legged Thing The New Breed

What can you do with a tripod? Well, you can stand stuff on it, your camera, lights, stuff.. But it’s a tripod, how do you innovate? What more is there to do? UK Tripod conjurers, 3 Legged Thing... See full article

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How I Shot And Edited It Nepal Zoomable Panorama [READY]

Have I mentioned how much I love photography and technology. Heres a good case for mixing them together. As you say previous on the Q&A with Uncornered Market, creating panorama’s can cre... See full article

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Chris Sanders Photographer Spotlight

This commercial photographer spotlight features Chris Sanders. Sander’s lifestyle and travel work developed out of a film background.His client list includespublications such as Vogue, Vanit... See full article

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3 Minutes with Photographer Sean McCormack

Fashion photography has always had a magical aura to it, as it accentuates the best of design and human form. In addition to the expected attention to lighting and shooting there is a great deal of ar... See full article

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Year In Review: 6 More Ways to Top Your Best Photos

It’s been a few years since I wrote10 Ways to Top Your Best 2008 Photographs, and the tips are as relevant today as they were back then. In order to improve it is important to take stock of wh... See full article

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289 Best Photos of 2011 Blog Posts

At the conclusion of every year I’ve adopted the tradition of reviewing my year in photos, picking my 10 best photos and evaluating those that were near misses. This exercise is something I̵... See full article

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ThinkTank Shape Shifter Review

I’ve come to a grim realization recently and that is: There is no perfect camera backpack out there. And while that sounds like a bad way to start off a review, let me follow up my last statemen... See full article

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5 Tips To Transform Your Photography With Long Exposures

Employing long exposure photography techniques is a great way to create an image that makes others go “Wow!”. If you’re unfamiliar with long exposure photography the major ingredie... See full article

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Shooting Products and Video Using Home Depot Lighting

Being a part of the UNDFIND ONE team, my job was to create the video and stills that would be used for the Kickstarter project. We had a very tight budget, and I had recently done a behind the scenes ... See full article

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5 Ways Backgrounds Make or Break Photos

Looking at your background when composing your photo is as important if not more important than looking at your subject. Photographers have a knack for visually filtering out everything but their prim... See full article

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