Ron Pepper walks us through HDR Exposure Fusion with Photomatix Pro for interior real estate photography and how to fix overexposed exterior windows.

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You gotta join us live for our next 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 excellent prizes to help you in your work. (Note: MUST BE TUNED IN LIVE TO WIN). We’ll be giving away a copy of the Adobe Creative Cloud […]

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A photowalk is a fun time to get your camera and get together with other photographers. You’re sure to learn some new techniques, check out other shooter’s ideas, and you’re guaranteed make some new friends with similar interests. For this walk, Photofocus Author Levi Sim will be your leader. He’ll start at the Sheraton Hotel […]

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This week we catch up with two photographers to get a wealth of advice.  First Robert Vanelli talks with fashion photographer Lindsay Adler about her career and advice to other photographers. Then Rich Harrington since down with panoramic photographer Ron Pepper for a free-wheeling discussion about gear, tech, and workflow.

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Photo ©Blake Rudis

We recently held an HDR Hangout to help you get started.  Our guest on the program was Blake Rudis of EverydayHDR.  Blake is a fine artist who fell in love with HDR photography.  He combines his understanding of light and form to make some powerful images. Here’s a followup guest tutorial from Blake. We hope you enjoy and […]

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Editor: Want to learn more about HDR?  Check out this free online class. One of the most common question about HDR photography seems to be ‘how many images should I take?’ This has an easy answer… and the answer is… “It depends.” That answer just isn’t very satisfying is it? Well, let’s talk about why […]

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We’re super excited about today’s HDR Hangout.  Two professional photographers are going to share their secrets on when and how to shoot HDR.  Not obnoxious, cheesy filters, why would you do that… but photos where the images pop (or even just show what the human eye could see and the camera couldn’t). Don’t miss today’s Google […]

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