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How to pose full-length female portraits: free posing guide

Knowing how to pose full-length portraits can be challenging for any photographer. In this free photography cheat sheet we show you 9 classic compositions.

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How to Simulate Tilt-Shift Lens Effects Using Lightroom

We’ve all at one point been enamoured by the effects produced by tilt-shift or PC (perspective control) lenses. Even in wide-angle shots, the extremely narrow field of focus transforms the scene into a surreal miniature world. It can be hard to decipher whether it’s actually a close-up of a tiny model scene, or the result . . . Read more →


Tips for Enhancing Night Sky Photography in Photoshop

You will learn some important steps of enhancing a night sky photo in this tutorial. It is specifically useful if your photos were shot in areas with notable light pollution. Light pollution could spoil your photo by outshining the comparatively dim stars in the sky. Here are the tips for bringing back those spectacular stars Read more →


5 Steps to Rock the Brenizer Method

The Brenizer Method is named after wedding photographer, Ryan Brenizer. He didn’t invent the method but instead made it popular by using it with his wedding clients Read more →

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New Graduated and Radial Filter Features in Lightroom 6

Every time a new version of Lightroom comes out the first thing I look for are features that make the Develop module better, or easier to use. The ones I like best in Lightroom 6/CC are the improvements to the Graduated and Radial Filters. Let’s take a look at them.

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How to Create Your Own Cinemagraph with Photoshop

You might think shooting and editing your own cinemagraph is a little beyond your Photoshop skill level, but it’s really not that hard. Aaron Nace shows us how to create a professional cinemagraph from capturing the footage to the final Internet-viewable GIF. If you follow along with the video, you’ll be able to create a smooth, great looking cinemagraph in no time:

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Top 10 Tips on How to Take a Great Photo

Start with a clear view. This first tip might sound very obvious, but it is key to make sure your camera lens is clean Read more →


How to Give Your Macro Photography a Fine Art Touch in Post-Processing

Macro photography is very popular and you will find lots of images, of all sorts of subjects on the internet. People spend a lot of time taking the photos, planning them, setting them up, and getting all the gear they need to get all the shots they want. Then the photos are loaded onto the computer and minimal processing is done to them. Read more →


Lightning Quick Photo Edit: See a Landscape Photo Transformed in Just 5 Minutes

If you think editing a beautiful landscape image in Camera RAW and Photoshop ought to take 30 minutes or an hour or longer, landscape photographer and photo educator Joshua Cripps is about to blow that assumption out of the water.

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The Power of Keywording in Lightroom

Descriptive and Specific Keywords assigned to an image in Lightroom

Descriptive and Specific Keywords assigned to an image in Lightroom

In the simplest sense, Keywords in Lightroom are a way to describe key elements about a photograph. Just as the basic wikipedia definition of the term, keywords add description to an image and when used in conjunction with filters, are a great way to find specific images quickly in a large catalog. Keywords also provide a way for others to find your images on the web. Keywords get attached to images as part of the image metadata when an image is exported from Lightroom. These keywords in the metadata then act as an identifier and show up in internet searches when people search for certain words and phrases. If your images have your logo, watermark, or some other identifier, that is a another way for people to get exposed to your work.

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