Guest Post by Rich Harrington – Follow Rich on Twitter Rich offers a tutorial on creating custom vignettes in ACR 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 merely offering it as A way you […]

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Guest Post by Rich Harrington – Follow Rich on Twitter Rich Harrington shows you how to use ACR’s Fill/Recovery Command to fix a poorly exposed photo. 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 […]

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Make sure you don’t miss a single Photofocus post – point your feed reader to the free Photofocus RSS Feed here and subscribe. When I started getting into video, especially video on a DSLR, I had no idea what I was buying into. Shooting video on any device brings about the challenge of stabilizing the […]

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Make sure you don’t miss a single Photofocus post – point your feed reader to the free Photofocus RSS Feed here and subscribe. Guest Post by Richard Harrington – Follow Richard on Twitter Photos that are intended for use in a video project have much lower resolution requirements than those for print projects.  Additionally, video […]

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If you’re a regular reader of Photofocus, you know I have been working with video for almost three years. Using hybrid DSLRs, I’ve captured plenty of great footage. But one of the problems with using the DSLR as a video camera is that you have to add on all sorts of gizmos to make the […]

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As still photographers, the last thing we’re usually looking for is a moving camera. We often like to lock down our camera on a tripod and make sure it’s rock solid still to avoid blur in our photos. If you own a DSLR that also shoots high quality video, you will eventually realize that in […]

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I can see! I can see! Those were the first words that I uttered after connecting my camera to the beautiful Marshall 7-inch field monitor. If you’re older than 40, you probably share my affliction. My eyes aren’t what they used to be, and as nice as the new DSLR rear LCDs are, they’re still […]

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