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As some of you may know, I am a big fan of pre-visualizing your shots. If you can see it in your mind’s eye before you capture the image, you have a better chance of making a significant photograph. I’ve written about this a bit with my Cranes in the Fire Mist shot. I pre-visualized […]

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There are so many post-processing tools for digital photographers today that it’s easy to get seduced into thinking that this filter or that plug-in will solve all of our problems. In some cases, those filters and plug-ins can be a huge help. But there are a few tips and tricks I use to get the […]

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Post by Andrew Darlow – Follow Andrew on Twitter Above: An overview (left) and close-up section (right) of the same image showing a typical zoom level when reviewing and dusting images. The zoomed-in area is outlined in white. If you’ve ever scanned your own prints, negatives, or slides (or had a lab scan them without […]

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Over Processed Properly Processed All Photos Copyright Scott Bourne 2005 – All Rights Reserved Capturing the image is only part one these days. Post-processing is part two. And while many photographers put the time in to learn how to capture the image, fewer learn what to do next. Here are the five biggest photo-processing mistakes […]

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By Nicole Young – Follow Nicole on Twitter Do you have a photograph that needs some post-processing help, but are not sure where to start or what to do? Let us help! We are starting a new series of videos called “Fix My Photo” – viewers (that’s you!) submit images with a short explanation of […]

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Image and Post by Rick Sammon I need to send this file to one of my publishers. The top four photographs, taken near Mt. Rainier Washington with my Canon G10, illustrate (clockwise from top left): front lighting, side lighting, back lighting (little color in the sky), and back lighting with a slight Curves adjustment. The […]

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