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Photography Tips & Tutorials
Tips for keeping your horizon line level by Jim Hamel

5 Tips for Keeping Your Horizon Line Level

The horizon line is a big deal in landscape and other outdoor photography. You can't do this kind of photography...
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Paint Shop Pro 2019 Ultimate by Stacey Hill

Paint Shop Pro 2019 Ultimate Review

About a year ago I reviewed the 2018 version of this software. It was an interesting comparison for me, as...
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by Darren Rowse

Weekly Challenge – Rainbows and Prisms

Your photographic challenge this week is to take and share a photo incorporating a rainbow or prism effect. Rainbow over...
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How to reverse-engineer a photo by Rowan Sims

How to Reverse-Engineer a Photo

Although it sounds like a highly technical term, 'reverse engineering' is something you’ve done many times. Any time you’ve asked...
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by Kav Dadfar

5 Photography Pitfalls to Avoid That No One Tells You About

Taking photos is easy, but being a photographer is an entirely different proposition. Whether photography is a hobby or a...
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SoHo, NYC. by James Maher

The Uncomfortable Truth About Street Photography

As someone who has photographed people candidly since I first picked up a camera over 15 years ago, there is...
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by Annie Tao

Understand Exposure in Under 10 Minutes

There are countless Photography books and classes that explain exposure, yet after reading or attending them, your photos may not...
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Post Production
Sync your develop presets to Lightroom Mobile by Adam Welch

How to Sync Your Develop Presets to Lightroom Mobile

Better. Faster. More efficient. That's what we photographers demand from our gear as we keep pushing them to perform at...
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by Adam Welch

How to Simulate a Swirly Bokeh in Photoshop

Hailing from Russia, I give you...the Helios and its swirly bokeh. I know, it's kind of an ugly duckling right?...
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Processed Landscape Image. by Rick Berk

To Process or Not To Process? Let’s Discuss

Often when I’m looking at photos in forums online, or interacting with photographers in person, inevitably someone will proudly claim...
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by Jim Hamel

12 Tips for Mastering the Clone Stamp Tool in Photoshop

There are a lot of good post-processing tools available for making minor edits to your photos. Within Photoshop, there are...
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Cameras & Equipment
Perfect cameras for kids by Simon Ringsmuth

How to Pick the Perfect Camera for Kids

As a parent, one of the most enjoyable aspects of photography for me is sharing my love of photo-taking with...
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Underwater photography with a GoPro by Ian Johnson

5 Tips for Underwater Photography with a GoPro

Jumping from a cliff. Diving with whale sharks. Documenting a road trip. The compact, rugged technology of the GoPro has...
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Peak Design Travel Backpack by Simon Ringsmuth

Review: Peak Design Travel Backpack

Back in 2015, when my wife and I were looking for a bag she could carry her laptop and other...
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by Sarah Hipwell

5 DIY Hacks to Have in Your Camera Bag

1. Camera strap(s) I stopped using the camera strap that comes with the camera (DSLR) quite awhile ago now. My...
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by Gina Milicia

A Beginners Guide to Light Modifiers

Regardless of the light source you use (daylight, continuous or flash) it’s really easy to use light modifiers or shapers...
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Portraits: After The Shot

Transform your dull and lifeless pictures of people into simply stunning portraits. If you’ve ever been disappointed that the portraits you shoot...
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