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Four easy and effective Lightroom portrait processing techniques in 4 minutes

Before we bring out photographs into Photoshop they have to go through some kind of raw processor. For many of photographers, that raw processor is Lightroom. But Lightroom doesn’t just have to be for tweaking your exposure and contrast. Adobe’s RAW engine has gotten pretty powerful over the years, and there’s a lot you can […]
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How to Create a Focus Stack in Photoshop

Did you know that Photoshop has a built-in focus stacking function? This article explains about how it works and how to make the most of it. The reason why Photoshop is a great tool for stacking images is the incredible amount of flexibility that it provides. Not only does it gives you full control over […] …

How to Quickly and Easily Animate a Still Photo in Photoshop 0

How to Quickly and Easily Animate a Still Photo in Photoshop

There are all sorts of tools out there for making cinemagraphs and “plotagraphs” by animating certain parts of your still photos, but you don’t need any of them. This short tutorial shows you how to create these animations using Adobe Photoshop. This video was uploaded by Cristi Kerekes (AKA Eye Stocker) a couple of years […] …

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Huawei Unveils Mate 30 Pro with Leica Triple Cam and 7680fps Slow Mo

Earlier today, Huawei officially unveiled its new Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro smartphones, trying to distract consumers from their current issues with the United States by packing the phones full of some impressive photo and video specs. It’s been a tough year for Huawei, who is fighting an uphill battle against the United States. […] …

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Canon to announce a 1DX Mark III just in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Despite rumours of a 1DX-like mirrorless camera to add to Canon’s EOS R line up in 2021, it seems that Canon plans to offer the best of both worlds. According to a report on Canon Rumors, Canon is also going to release a 1DX Mark III DSLR, too, in 2020. While this is still just […]
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How to Shoot Awesome Dance Floor Photos at Weddings

I love dancing shots at weddings! Nothing like getting stuck into the middle of a party and capturing everyone having an awesome time. But invariably the lighting for the party isn’t great, what’s fantastic for a party atmosphere isn’t always good for a photographer. So if you want to capture some incredible dancing shots, you’re […]
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Here is a Comprehensive Introduction to Darktable – A Free Alternative to Lightroom

Lightroom is still considered to be the leading software out there for digital asset management and raw processing. But it’s not the only one. There’s Capture One, Luminar, Exposure X4, and a host of others. But there’s one that seems to always be improving in popularity and functionality, and that’s Darktable. Darktable is available for […]
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Seven tips to Improve your Skills in Landscape and Travel Photography Marketing

Landscape photography marketing is one area that photographers often find particularly hard. But if you want your photography business to grow, you have to know how to market yourself and your work. When discussing work with my colleagues, the topic that always arises is “how did he or she get that job?”. In my workshops, […]
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How To Achieve Better High-Key Photographs

The post How To Achieve Better High-Key Photographs appeared first on Digital Photography School. It was authored by Kevin Landwer-Johan.
Lighting influences the atmosphere of a photograph. High-key photographs are associated with upbeat, positive feelings. Using one main key light and avoiding contrast can help you produce photographs that convey a happy mood. This technique is popular with wedding and portrait photographers. It’s also often used in classy advertising campaigns. What is your key light? […]
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