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Photography Tutorials

Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
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Resizing images from their camera raw state to web-friendly resolutions can be a PITA...no more with these home-grown actions to re-size both to 800 and 600px. The action is saved on my blog, so feel free to grab that there. Enjoy the tutorial!
Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
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Video tutorial on how LAB mode can overcome the limitations native to other gamuts when applying sharpening
Photography » Basics — over 14 years ago
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A step by step guide to stitching ultra high resolution images. The tutorial starts with a section on how to photograph these images.
Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
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Seeing the next suggestions, you’ll learn how to protect your pictures from an unsanctioned use.
Photography » Basics — over 9 years ago
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Improving your photography skills can come in many different “colors.” Your first step should be to determine what your goal is.
Photography » Basics — almost 14 years ago
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Im going to show you how I paint a portrait. While I was painting this, I saved the progress in pictures. Hopefully, you can see and learn how to paint a portrait, landscape, or still life by doing the same thing I do.
Photography » Basics — over 12 years ago
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Fine Art photographer Jessica Hilltout travelled to the mysterious African island of Madagascar. The stunning results can be seen in her latest body of work, IMPERFECTION.
Photography » Basics — about 14 years ago
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Let's look at some of the most confusing terms you'll come across when working on images in Photoshop: image resolution, pixel dimensions and document size - what it all means, why it's so important to understand, and why you may not need to understand it at all!
Photography » Basics — almost 11 years ago
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How do the semi-automatic functions work? They allow you to choose one setting (either aperture or shutter speed), while the camera chooses the other. That way you can be a little bit creative, but with the safety net of knowing your camera will make sure your exposure is correct.
Photography » Basics — over 13 years ago
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Today while sorting through some old boxes I found a photo album filled with the first ever photos that I took as a young budding photographer. I was around nine years old when I first started using our family’s film point and shoot camera and I still remember my Dad’s ‘training’ on how to use it. Basically it consisted of this advice.
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