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Monthly Archives: May 2016

Explained: Sony A6300 Hybrid Autofocus

David Busch’s Sony Alpha a6300/ILCE-6300 Guide to Digital Photography is now available! This highly anticipated guide is your ultimate roadmap to Sony’s advanced APS-C mirrorless camera. Scroll down to find a sneak peak at what this guide has to offer!

Sharpening and Noise Reduction in Lightroom

Lightroom guru and best selling author, Scott Kelby shares his tips for sharpening and noise reduction in lightroom. These tips were taken from Scott Kelby’s latest book, How Do I Do That in Lightroom?.  How Do I Do Basic Sharpening? Go

How Photos Has Changed My iPhone Photography

The iPhone accounts for a substantial number of images that I record. It’s easy to carry, captures GPS, weather, and time data, and it has a pretty good camera too. Since I publish to Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, it’s the

External Editors and Hardware for Lightroom CC

Let’s look at some of the applications you can use with Lightroom to further enhance your photos. These are only basic looks at the plugins—each one could easily have a chapter or entire book to itself. I’ve been the main

Get Creative with Double and Multiple Exposures!

Double exposures are among the great creative playgrounds in photography. They are rather unpredictable and use up a lot of film, but they are great fun and always good for unexpected results. They offer the option of combining many small

A Roll for National Photo Month

When President Ronald Reagan officially recognized May as National Photography Month in 1987, we were all shooting film. Our memories were captured on Kodak Gold 400, Fuji Velvia, and Ilford Delta. This got me thinking… what if we honored that