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Rob Taylor-Case
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Artist, writer, some design & film work. Maker.
Artist, writer, some design & film work. Maker.

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Having had surprised reactions at video editing in PS being possible, this seemed to be necessary to write!
Did you know that video editing is possible in Photoshop? Find out if it's powerful enough for your needs – Tuts+ http://buff.ly/1jeMHb9

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Check out our quick start guide to Silver Efex Pro 2 for processing black and white imagery – Photography – Tuts+ http://buff.ly/1css6bP

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Rob Taylor transforms his studio into a concert arena to shoot a Hip Hop portrait – http://buff.ly/1gMvkdY
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I haven't really shared any articles on here in some time, so I'm going to reshare a small portion of them now. Apologies for the impending spam, but hopefully one of them will be interesting to you!

First up, fun with an Einstein!
Learn about freezing action with a studio strobe in this awesome tutorial! - Tuts+ http://enva.to/15r5ynB
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Lighting array test in Blender Cycles, with/without lenses. Minor Glow effect in nodal post-processing. Since Cycles uses physical rendering, it should in theory be an interesting test; I'd expect the light projected through the lenses to create a pattern on the floor, and project further out.

Result: Negligible difference in projected light pattern, aesthetic improvement on lights themselves.

Very interesting... More research required? These are what intrigue me:
1) Shape of lenses
2) Size of emission material mesh
3) More/less lights
4) Distance to target
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Anyone of a more scientific inclination should enjoy this little writeup I did on ISO, I hope!
Most people understand the practical use of ISO, but what is it, where does it come from, and what’s difference between ISO in film and digital? I’m going to explore the history and technical underpinnings of the system. If you’ve ever wondered what ISO means or how it works, this one’s for you! http://photo.tutsplus.com/articles/theory/iso-a-technical-exploration/
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An article of mine for Phototuts+. Figured I'd put it out there for all those in the same position I was a couple of years ago, trying to figure out how exactly long exposure works.

(And yes, I do need to get some of those pics on my G+, but I don't seem to have a whole lot of social media time these days. :( )

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Almost certainly the comedic pièce de résistance of the 21st century.
Do they not realise they could've just used <%= solution %> ?
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