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Monthly Archives: November 2016

A Letter from Us on Shop Small Saturday

It’s Shop Small Saturday this week, and while most of you will be off enjoying time with family and friends, there will be a large group of Americans who have left their families to assume a position behind the counter

Eight New Books in Time for the Holidays!

The holidays are rapidly approaching, which means it’s time to start searching for great gifts for all the guys and gals on your list. While we can’t help you pick out the best new booties for mom or the right

Scott Kelby’s Guide to Lightroom’s Print Module

Lightroom Guru, best-selling author, photographer, and all-around stellar guy, Scott Kelby shares his tips for preparing your photos for printing using Lightroom’s Print Module. So sit back, rexlax, and enjoy Scott Kelby’s Guide to Lightroom’s Print Module!

Finding Inspiration from Daily Life

Have you ever thought of finding photographic inspiration and valid subject matter in the place where you spend much of your day? Is there any aspect of your daily work that is of visual interest to you? Do you work

Use Window Light to Make Great Portraits!

I imagine some of your favorite natural light portraits are made with window light. Portrait photographers just can’t get enough of it! Window light is a form of directionally diffused light that not only allows a photographer to use great

Tips for Shooting Landscapes at Night

From The Art, Science, and Craft of Great Landscape Photography By Glenn Randall Today’s high-end DSLRs have made it possible to make landscape photographs at night that were simply impossible in the film era. Film lacked the sensitivity to record the