Don’t Read the Manual OK, I’m assuming you all know how to take a photo with your camera and have fully read the manual… …nope, nor did I! You got your camera out of its box and charged it up and started snapping on auto ASAP. I’m the same with anything new, to be honest. […] Read more →
From 7/01 – 7/05, save 25% on everything at the Graffishop
This Independence Day, head over to the Graffishop and check out my collections of Photoshop & Photoshop Elements action sets, Lightroom presets, and a lot of one-off singles.
Happy Independence Day!
I’m declaring the entire Graficalicus site independent of silly high prices that others charge, and independent from the large companies that produce Photoshop and Elements and Lightroom add-ons!
Keep it Local! Keep it Affordable! Keep it quality!
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As a beginner photographer, I was swaying around too much at times not knowing what was good and what was not. It took me several years, and countless hours, to really understand the right path and to focus my energy on the right techniques. If this sounds familiar to you, then here are seven incredible . . . . Read more →
We all love to see fireworks displays with the bright colors displayed against the night sky. Some of the displays can be quite spectacular. If you like taking pictures, there is no doubt that you will see the fireworks display as a great photo opportunity. Read more →
Reminder: now until July 7th (AUS EST) the Landscapes, Cityscapes & Photography Tricks eBook is on 50% off at Snapndeals. When we talk about cityscape photography, one of the most basic and trademark shots is the full skyline; the artificial horizon, made of buildings and towers jutting up and down into the sky above. Skylines […]
[post syndicated from Digital Photography School]
Watermarks, love them or hate them, are a way of protecting your images. Although, just because you have one on your image doesn’t mean it won’t be stolen. If you are like me, I do it as a deterrent. There are many ways to watermark your images. Read more →
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.
Chances are you have a tourist attraction in your town. Each day people crowd around and line up to take photographs of it. If you think of the most photographed tourist spots in the United States, you probably come up with the Statue of Liberty, San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, or Grand Canyon. Read more →
Want to learn how to photograph fireworks this 4th of July, but don’t know where to start? Betsy Hern, professional photographer at the agency Dreamstime.com shares her best tips for striking images.
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 →