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The Instagram-addicted among you will be more than happy to hear this: for $12 you can get a special little book filled with your photos. Printed on cardstock with a glossy photo-finish, the photos…
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How to set up a simple natural light studio
Setting up a studio space using natural light can be easy if you have the right tools and know-how. Choose a room with a bright light source A large, spacious room with light colored paint is optim…
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How to Create The Popular Matte Look in Lightroom
While in Las Vegas attending the annual WPPI conference I stopped in and spent some time at the print competition. There I repeatedly noticed that many of the prints had a matte type of look to them. Now part of this is the choice of paper they print on, but also how the photos is processed plays a big part as well. I created this quick video to share with you how this look is achieved very easily in Lightroom. I have also included some sample before and after photos below. The look is…
Make Your Own DIY Scrim for Under $50
I am fanatical when it comes to DIY gear, if I can make gear myself that does the job and saves me money then I am all over it. Today I have one such DIY project for you, a simple -yet important - photographic tool for anyone who photographs outdoors: A Scrim.
7 Tricks Everyone With A Camera Should Know
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Lindsay Adler Shows a Creative Way Of Using a Window As a Light Source
Portrait and fashion photographer Lindsay Adler is not only a great photographer, but also a superb educator. Just recently she did a session with creativeLive on studio lighting, and also taped a new show with Framed Network. In her most recent video, Lindsay shows a very cheap (between $0 and $20) way to create beautiful soft light just by using your window and some black foam core. No need in expensive strobes, no need in extra equipment. and the results are amazing. The trick? shoot low.
The Top 15 Features of Photoshop Every Photographer Should Know
Shop at B&H: http://bit.ly/AdobePhotoshopBHSure, there are literally hundreds if not thousands of tools and commands in Adobe Photoshop, but Jeff will teach ...