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Memory Card Healthcare Lets talk memory cards. We all have them, need them and use them. But what does it all mean? Lets discuss taking care of our cards and preventing potential problems that can and will happen to all of us. Here’s ten practical tips. 1. Keep your camera up to date. From time […]

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Guest Post by Rich Harrington – Follow Rich on Twitter Rich Harrington shows you how to use the basic selection tools in Adobe Photoshop CS6 This video comes from the book and DVD – Understanding Adobe Photoshop CS6: The Essential Techniques for Imaging Professionals DISCLAIMER: This post isn’t intended to be definitive – we’re not claiming this is the ONLY […]

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At Skip’s Summer School last week in Chicago we had hands-on shoots for all students. In one class, I saw an opportunity to make a couple of teaching shots with this lesson in mind. Watch those eyes. In a portrait, the eyes are arguably the most important thing in the photo. If the eyes are […]

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Old Guy’s Rant Alert – I’ve noticed a trend among some photographers – they tend to quickly fall into the trap of thinking the old ways must be better than the new ones. Somehow making something harder to do makes it better to them. I can’t wait until they get as old as I am […]

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On June 2, 2012 I published a poll question asking which post-processing software you use. Lightroom was the big winner over Aperture which came in second. Now this question. . . which platform? Windows, Mac, Something else? _______ This Post Sponsored by: Viewbug – Fun Photo Contests Kelby Training – Use code KTSBA12 to save $20 […]

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Later today I’ll announce the winner of the camera I promised to give away three months ago, (choice of a D800 or 5d MK III) but now I have a NEW contest – some photographers have asked me to give away a camera AND lens combo. Okay – here you go. Here’s a chance to […]

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Guest Post by Rich Harrington – Follow Rich on Twitter Rich offers a tutorial on a new feature in Adobe CS6 Called Adaptive Wide Angle DISCLAIMER: This post isn’t intended to be definitive – we’re not claiming this is the ONLY way or even the BEST way to accomplish this task in Photoshop, Aperture, iPhoto or any other post-prodcessing program. We’re […]

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