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Randy Van Duinen
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Attended Grand Valley State University
Lives in St. Petersburg, FL
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I had a great time speaking at PhotoPalooza in Illinoi for APPI this weekend. I met a lot of new friends and presented a hands on program on Light Painting. I want to thank Bert Behnke and all the APPI for inviting me and I look forward seeing them at Imaging USA in Atlanta.
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New Video Monday at Studio Photoshop​
Changing the Sky Color with Blending Modes

Some times you can get a weird color cast to an HDR or any sky and this video will show you an simple and fast way of correcting the color.
Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/k5lgapl
Changing the Sky Color with Blending ModeSome times you can get a weird color cast to an HDR or any sky and this video will show you an simple and fast way of correcting the color.
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If you are going to be in the Madison, Wisconsin area you might want to stop by the WPPA’s MadCity PhotoJam where I will be teaching a Light Painting class and a Lightroom/Photoshop class where I will show you how to do an images like this. Here is the link: http://www.wppa-online.com/madcity-photojam-2015/
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Head over to Studio Photoshop.com for a new video on Travel Lightroom Catalog Organization. Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/ldxl68h
Over the past few weeks I have been showing you how I work on images from Italy, but in this video I wanted to show you how I organize my photos in Lightroom so I can find them quickly and give you an idea on how you could organize yours in your workflow.Travel Lightroom Catalog Organization…
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My part 2 of Travel Photography in Italy is now on Studio Photoshop and deals with photographing people and gives you some ideas when you out shooting. Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/ny8prjv
One of the important aspects of travel photography is to capture the feeling or essence of the place. I am known for my architectural photography so when I’m out I am usually focusing on either architecture or landscape, but to really get feel for an area or place I believe you also have to…
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I have a new blog on StudioPhotoshop.com on travel photography and how to research it. This is part one on my recent travel to Italy where I will be discussing: researching, getting around, taking photographs, Lightroom and Photoshop processing and putting it all together in a blurb book. This will also be part of New Video Monday’s” where I will show you how I process some of these Images. To check out the blog and see some of the images please go to http://studiophotoshop.com/2015/01/15/how-do-i-get-that-photo-traveling-to-italy-part-1/
Last year my wife and I went to Italy for a 25th anniversary. It was the first time for both of us and my wife knew that I would be photographing quite a bit. My wife is wonderful and understanding, as we have an agreement that I can go out early in the morning and photograph whatever I want while…
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KelbyOne just republished on there blog an article I wrote for there "Light It"magazine about using tungsten lighting on a residential exterior. This article gives you insight on what is needed and how to photograph an exterior yourself. If you want to learn more on architectural photography and view some videos please visit my blog studiophotoshop.com.
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I just posted a blog on  Studio Photoshop​ about one of my recent shoots with a link to how the client is using my photographs for their marketing. It's great to see how my photographs are used.

Here is the link:http://studiophotoshop.com/2015/02/25/wow-thats-a-big-ass-fan/
As an architectural photographer I don't always get to see how my clients use my photography once I deliver the images to them, but once in a while I do get a chance to see how they are used. My wife is an interior designer and receives email promotions from many different companies for their…
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Just posted a new video on how to create an HDR image using both Photoshop and Lightroom to make a realistic landscape photograph. Please check it out at:
http://studiophotoshop.com/2015/02/16/new-video-monday-31/
Trying to make an HDR image the realistic is actually easy when you use a combination of Photoshop and Lightroom. In this video you'll see how to put together an HDR image in Photoshop and then bring it into Lightroom to create a very realistic photograph. You will see how to develop the image in…
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When you are taking photographs in any location that is popular you will be encountering large groups of tourist. There are a few ways to remove them from you image, one is to wait and hope you get a break from the hordes of people that are around. Another way is to be there when the tourist are not, this means late at night or before they are up in the mourning. The way I am going to show you is to use a tripod and photograph many photos and then remove the people in Photoshop.

Here is the link: http://tinyurl.com/pzrzb3w
When you are taking photographs in any location that is popular you will be encountering large groups of tourist. There are a few ways to remove them from you image, one is to wait and hope you get a break from the hordes of people that are around. Another way is to be there when the tourist are…
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If you want to get everything in focus, but you can’t in one shot this video will show how put together two or more images that are photographed at different focus planes to make one images with everything sharp from front to back. The first example was taken out west near Page, AZ and is a simple example to put together. The second example is from the bell tower in Florence, Italy and is a little more difficult with a few more steps to put together.

Here is the link:http://studiophotoshop.com
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Just posted and new video on quick fixes for landscape photography. Here is the link: http://studiophotoshop.com
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