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Lightroom’s presets make it easy to add your copyright information to all image you import. If you haven’t created a copyright preset, now is a perfect time to do so. If you did, make sure you update your information for 2015.

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Dust Be Gone

Fuzzies are dark blurry looking spots that usually show in the skies of photographs. They are caused by dust resting on the camera sensor. No matter how conscientious you are about cleaning your sensor and avoiding dust, it’s going to get on to the sensor no matter what. It’s insidious and evil! Fortunately, there is […]

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You gotta join us live for today’s Google+ Hangout, totally free of charge. Not only will you learn terrific techniques, but if you tune in live, you can be entered to win a Creative Cloud subscription from Adobe, as well as some incredible tools from onOne Software (Note: MUST BE TUNED IN LIVE TO WIN). We kick today, Wednesday 12/17, 1:00pm Eastern, 10:00am Pacific.1:00 pm Eastern. […]

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Question: I just got a new camera, but Lightroom (or Photoshop) does not recognize or support the RAW files. How do I fix this? Answer: Many camera manufacturers use proprietary files for their RAW files, such as .CR2 (Canon), .NEF (Nikon), and so on. Lightroom and Photoshop are built to read these file types, but need to […]

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After a hiatus, we’ve brought back the Question and Answer format to the Photofocus podcast. We got a lot of feedback at our reader’s breakfast and decided to pull the format back out. Our goal is to once a month get answers to questions you have.  You can post those questions via Twitter with the […]

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ApMove

Before I start this article, let’s set the record straight.  I’m a long time Aperture user… I started with Aperture the first day it was released.  My Aperture library tracks my evolution with digital photography and it was one of my favorite tools for years. A while back I decided to switch from Aperture to […]

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Using Photoshop’s powerful Masking and Layer Blend modes we are going to apply overlays to add snow to a photograph that was taken in sunny Florida.

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