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The Strategy of Sports Shooting: Softball
Softball season is almost over where I am from, which means that the playoffs are coming around. If you have kids in Softball then you are likely going to be trying hard to get great shots of your children during the playoffs. Today I wanted to share some strategy tips for planning out your sports shoot to give you maximum coverage.
Nonprofit Empowers Kids to Learn Photography and Fund Their Communities
We have all heard about non-profits developed to help in need children in developing parts of the world. Today I came across this great non-profit that is empowering kids to learn photography and then fund their communities by selling their photographs.
Canon Canada Launches DSLR Simulator to help teach Beginners
Canon has just released a new DSLR simulation website designed to help teach the new generation of DSLR shooters about shooting with a DSLR. The website prompts users to “take creative control” of their photos and introduces the site as a way to learn how to creatively use a camera beyond its auto settings.
Tip: Learn and Network with Local Meetup Groups
One of my favorite things to do is meetup and mingle with other photographers. Everyone has their own view on life, their own perspective on gear, and I find it fascinating to talk with other photographers about these things. A great place to find groups in your local area is meetup.com
Comparing the Different View Modes in Lightroom 4
In this tutorial, we are going to talk about the four View Modes within the Library Module that can help you view and compare your images more effectively and efficiently. Each View mode serves a different purpose and function in your photographic workflow. Learn more on how to use the Grid, Loupe, Compare, and Survey.
How to Use Collections and Smart Collections in Lightroom 4
In this Lightroom 4 tutorial, we will go over the Collection Panel in the Library Module and how to use it to organize your images for further editing. Click on the link to learn about the differences between Collection and Smart Collection, as well as how to use them to be more productive in Lightroom 4.
Photography Workshops: Why Attend?
Attending a workshop is a valuable way for photographers to accelerate their learning of their craft. Whether it is a shooting workshop, a post-processing workshop, or a business workshop, you can learn a lot more in one day or one weekend than from just reading tutorials all day long online. Not all workshops are created equal, however, so before you spend your money, be sure to do a little bit of research on both the instructors and the workshop itself.