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Monthly Archives: March 2016

HOW TO DEFINE YOUR PERSONAL BRAND

Author, photographer, and marketing extraordinaire Brian Matiash bestows his wisdom on the importance of creating your own brand. From his book, The Visual Palette. You’ve heard of an “elevator pitch,” right? In essence, an elevator pitch is an exercise where
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How Do I Use Brushes in Lightroom?

We know of all the features Adobe Lightroom has to offer. The problem is that sometimes we don’t know the best ways to use them. In this post Scott Kelby helps answers all your questions involving using brushes in lightroom by
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High Speed Photography Using Canon Speedlites

This article is an excerpt from Mastering Canon EOS Flash Photography, 2nd Edition. All images and content are by NK Guy While flash units are used today mainly as a photographic light sources, the flash tube was originally used as
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Are You Ready for Spring Photography?

Photo by Jack Dykinga Don’t get me wrong, I like photographing the cat sleeping, tonight’s meal, and any other willing subject around the house. But by the time late March rolls around, I am so ready to go outside and
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Macro Photography Tips from the Pros

An excerpt from The Complete Guide to Macro and Close-up Photography by Cyrill Harnischmacher Miniature Street Art from Bernd Schloemer Bernd Schloemer first started taking pictures of miniature worlds many years ago at the request of a friend, who commissioned
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Keystone Correction in Capture One Pro

One of my favorite tools in Capture One Pro is Keystone that’s located in the Composition tab (the one with the cropping tool icon). It’s as easy to use as it is powerful. To fix this image taken with my
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