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I started photography by shooting film in high school just before the turn of the century, and I don’t miss film one bit. It’s so wonderful to see a photograph on the back of the camera and see how the composition and the highlights are working, and then make changes. I don’t know what I […]

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Learn how to easily make targeted color adjustments of a single object in Photoshop using selections, adjustment layers, and layer masks. Follow Howard on Twitter This Post Sponsored by: Drobo. A family of Safe, Simple, and Expandable storage systems for capture in the field, editing in the studio, or backup and archive. Zenfolio. Looking for more than […]

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In this video, I show you how to use onOne’s “Split Tone” filter inside of Perfect Effects. You’ll learn how to add colors to the highlights and shadows to tone the image. For more videos like this, be sure to check out my new video training course, The Complete Guide to Perfect Effects, comprehensive video […]

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In this video, I take a look at how you can change eye color using Affinity Photo. This tutorial covers selections, adjustments, and masking. Subscribe for more Affinity Photo Tutorials | Follow Howard on Twitter This Post Sponsored by: Drobo. A family of Safe, Simple, and Expandable storage systems for capture in the field, editing in the studio, […]

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If you have traveled to anywhere considered “touristy”, then you probably already understand the woes of being a photographer who has too many people in the scene they want to photograph. Even if it’s just one person in your way, by the time that person leaves it is usually replaced with another (or more). The good news […]

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CLEAR

You have rebuilt your photo archive. Now, you have a collection of hard drives, USB drives and CF/SD card that need to be addressed. To start, decide which drives stay and which should go. Here are a few things to consider:

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Grain is a word used in film photography to describe the fineness of detail a film or paper is capable of capturing. Landscape photographers typically want the finest detail possible, which comes from fine grained films. Documentary photographers and journalists may need faster speeds (higher ISO’s) and will compromise detail for speedier films that have […]

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