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I have a lot of respect for Lightroom, especially the CC version. It's just incredibly capable software that lets you do a lot of complicated stuff, like panoramas and HDRs with one click. But there are just some things you can't do with it, and that's where Photoshop comes in. Many photographers, especially those newer to the trade have come to master Lightroom because it has been given the ability to make most necessary adjustments without havi...
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Gigapixel images have been around for awhile, but this one is getting a lot of attention because of who created it.
© Bentley Gigapixel images have been around for awhile, but this one is getting a lot of attention because of who created it. In a partnership with NASA, Bentley, the famed car manufacturer, created this 53,000-megapixel image of the Golden Gate Bridge. You read that right - 53,000-megapixels, which if you weren’t aware, is 53 billion pixels. Printed out, the image would cover an entire football field. The photo was stitched together from 7...
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We're here to help with a list of five of the most photographed landmarks located in this amazing country.
India is a place that has attracted photographers ever since this medium was invented. It has an unequaled beauty that appeals to amateurs and professionals interested in landscapes, nature photography, wildlife, portraits, documentary photography and the list could go on. Some of the world's most legendary photographs were taken in India and that's one of the reasons countless photographers visit this wonderful country each year. But with so muc...
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Lightroom CC: How to do Portrait Retouching
Editing portraits is something I used to do either using Lightroom and Photoshop or just Photoshop. I think a lot of photographers can relate to that. But Lightroom CC has made it so much easier to work on portraits. In fact, it really does 90% of what you need for professional portrait work. You no longer have to go into Photoshop and stack up layers to clean someone's face or do other stuff you previously couldn't do in Lightroom. (Success Tip ...
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Here are eight hacks that every travel photographer can use to make their life easier.
(Via Brendon van Son) Traveling and photography is the ideal combination for a lot of people and that's why there so many who spend a good part of the year on the road. Of course, when you travel for weeks or months in a row intelligent packing is crucial and photography gear can impose a challenge in this matter. Without further ado, here are eight hacks that every travel photographer can use to make their life easier. 1. Welding glass = ND filt...
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I've put together a list of 11 of the most embarrassing mistakes you can make as a rookie, so think of this as a funny lesson to learn from before making these mistakes yourself.
The list of mistakes a rookie photographer can make is almost endless and one thing I can tell you for sure is that you're not going to stop making mistakes even after you become a full time professional, one with a profitable photography business and faithful clientele. However, after looking back at my rookie years (with considerable nostalgia) and talking to other experienced photographers, I've put together a list of 11 of the most embarrass...
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The balance between foreground and the sky in the background will make the difference between a good and a bad one.
While everybody is looking for interesting subjects at ground level, the astrophotographer will always have a camera pointed at the skies because he knows how incredibly fascinating they can look. The Milky Way is an amazing subject that every photographer should try shooting at least once. Before you get started, there are a few basic things you need to watch out for. First, the location is of great importance. You want a place with ideally no l...
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The DSLR has long been considered the best option for the digital photographer, but that's about to become history.
Photography is one of the most rapidly changing industries from a technological point of view. The cameras we use change the way we shoot and ultimately shape photography. The DSLR has long been considered the only viable professional option for the digital photographer, but that's about to become history. We think these two mirrorless cameras can easily compete with DSLRs in achieving pro level quality. Our first recommendation is the Panasonic ...
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7 Reasons Why the Canon 7D Mark II is a Champ for Landscape Photographers
The Canon 7D Mark II was one of the most highly anticipated cameras of the last couple of years. As expected, it hasn't disappointed a lot of people. It is a fantastic piece of machinery that is highly capable of producing great images in the right hands. A lot of photographers buy the 7D Mk II because of its speed. It is a very fast camera that makes shooting sports and fast action a breeze. But it's also an excellent camera for landscape photo...
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To help you get started with nighttime photography using long exposures, we've put together few useful tips.
(Via Serge Ramelli) Nighttime photography can be truly spectacular, especially if you're photographing in large urban areas with interesting light and colors coming from all over. It's a kind of photography that every photographer out there should try at least once. The process can be really fun and the results very rewarding. To help you get started with nighttime photography using long exposures, we've put together a list of 6 very useful tips...
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There are three important settings that influence the way light is exposed onto the sensor of your camera.
(via CamCrunch) Every once in a while we like to look back at the very basics of photography. We realize that every day, someone picks up a camera and is determined to start a new adventure in the fascinating world that is photography. And each newcomer to photography needs to know the basics of how cameras work and how photography is created. At the very core of photography is an understanding of exposure. Without the right exposure, you really ...
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We explore six tips that will help you improve the results you get with your mobile phone.
Today’s mobile phones are incredibly powerful photography tools. As a result, better and better photos are being taken by everyday Joe’s with a camera phone. Yet, just because our phones are better cameras than ever before doesn’t mean that simply pointing and shooting will get you the type of photo you want. In this step-by-step guide, we explore six tips that will help you improve the results you get with your mobile phone. Step 1: Always Be at...
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