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Get total control over shutter speed and aperture with the manual controls in the Canon 6D. Rich Harrington shows how to shoot in Manual mode in this tutorial. This tutorial is a single movie from the Up and Running with the Canon 6D course by lynda.com author Rich Harrington. The complete course is 1 hour […]

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Having covered all the bases from shooting to add-ons, all that is needed now is a place for our gallery to call home. Today we’ll wrap-up our look at real estate photography by exploring a powerful virtual tour ally, and conclude with a few thoughts in regard to pricing. Virtual Tour Hosting I would encourage […]

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Building on the 3-2-1 Backup for Photographer’s plan, Building a Bulletproof Backup System gives tips on what hardware and software is needed for the plan to be foolproof.

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If you’re a Mac user, a new camera update has recently shipped (version 6.01). OS X Yosemite provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In order to use these files, youcan access them through Aperture oriPhoto on your Mac. You can also browse at the system level looking through folders.Supported by Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 6.01 […]

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If you’re like me, you probably take a lot of photos and video with your mobile phone. The images I get with my iPhone are what I call my “memory” images; they’re not always the most pretty, but they document and record the things that are most important to me. Because of this, I want to make […]

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Want to learn more about the just-released Perfect Photo Suite 9 from onOne Software? You’re in luck! Join me (Nicole S. Young), Rich Harrington and Matt Kloskowski on Today, November 17 for a Google Hangout where we will show some of the new features of the new suite! Here are the details: When: Today — Monday, […]

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Other than my first professional photo made at the Indy 500, most of the pictures I made during the first two years of my career were – well let’s just say “not good.” Most didn’t sell. Most didn’t work on any level other than the camera did what it was supposed to do – but […]

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