newcamnowwhat

You have a camera now what? I came across this meme on Facebook recently and it made me laugh yet reminded me of questions I’ve recently been asked. Being the resident photographer among friends, I’ve been asked the following questions several times over the past couple weeks. “I picking out a new camera, what’s the […]

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25YEARS

A lot has happened in 25 years.  Here’s a great look at some of the key moments in digital imaging history. Click to open the image and click again to enlarge the image and see it in detail.   This Post Sponsored by: Drobo. A family of Safe, Simple, and Expandable storage systems for capture in […]

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PsTutotorials

Today makes 25 years with Adobe Photoshop…. quite a feat if you think about all the ways the tool has affected the media landscape.  From photographers and designers to architects and doctors, Photoshop has become synonymous with digital imaging. I’ve been a Photoshop user since 1991… it’s amazing how much has changed in that time. Let’s take […]

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photoshop_rulers

When you’re designing a page or setting out items in Photoshop its sometimes helpful to have the rulers to help mark distance or starting points. By default the 0,0 point is set to the top left corner but this can be changed; Viewing Rulers and Setting the Units To view rulers press Ctl+R (PC) or […]

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0-feature

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add a shallow depth of field effect to a landscape photograph using the Tilt-Shift Blur Filter in Adobe Photoshop, and then refine it with layer masking. This effect works best on images that have leading lines, allowing the blur to easily fade into the distance. 1. Convert the Layer to […]

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photofocus_gradient_acr_cover2

From time to time Adobe add a feature or two that seem to slip under the radar and this great feature seems to be one of them. Have you ever wanted to add a gradient filter to an image in Adobe Camera Raw and then been disappointed because it’s straight edge gave you day tree […]

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Featured Image

Adobe’s new Shake Reduction tool is great for fixing a blurry image due to camera shake. It’s not a replacement for solid photography skills. It should only be used as a last resort.

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