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Plagued by Hotspots? Frequency Separation to the Rescue!
Glaring hot spots can be like the plague when it comes to shooting portraits. All too often the circumstances of…
How to Work with RAW Files in Photoshop for iPad – A Temporary Workaround
You may have heard the complaints about how Adobe Photoshop for iPad doesn’t have RAW support, but we’ve come up with a little workaround that will let you work with your RAW files to get the most out of them while editing on your mobile device.
Stop Motion Animations For Photographers
Stop motion isn’t just for Tim Burton films, they can be a great addition to your photography offerings! Wedding photographer Justin Ho shares how to make cinema-graphs in Photoshop and why he loves incorporating them into his client galleries.
The First Three Prime Lenses Beginners Should Buy For Nikon DSLR
Knowing where to start with photography can be a tricky thing. Thankfully we’ve got you covered with this guide on the first 3 prime lenses you should buy for your Nikon DSLR!
Use These 8 Street Photography Tips to Create Compelling Images
Felix Irawan is a wedding photography out of Melbourne Australia with a side passion for street photography. We came across his work in our Facebook Community Group in our Week 9 Challenge: “To show us what you like to shoot when you’re not being paid.”
Lose the Glare! 3 Simple Steps to Cleaning Up Those Blinding Glares in Eyeglasses!
What do you do when the person you’re shooting is wearing glasses and you’ve caught some reflections and glare in the lens? Fortunately there is a relatively simple way to deal with this in Adobe Photoshop so your portrait can shine without that distracting glare.
Delight Photographers With These 8 Holiday Gifts Under $100
With these 10 gift suggestions that cost less than $100, you can finish your shopping now and enjoy a relaxing holiday break.