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Get started with a cloud backup plan for photographers
Release your imagination with texture overlays
Make it happen or let it happen: Which photographer are you?
Find a trusted voice to critique your photos
Adding a signature or watermark with LuminarAI
Making a small light source big
When to use your camera’s auto mode
Adding a split tone to transform the mood of a black and white image
Formal training in photography — is it necessary?
The recipe for balancing natural light with flash
Should I have one or many Lightroom Classic catalogs?
Why it’s important to keep your lens hood on

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Making a small light source big

A small light source has a tendency to produce hard light which causes unflattering shadows and pin size catchlights in the subject’s eyes. Sometimes when using photographing in direct sunlight at high noon or using small LED lights this can’t

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Using LuminarAI as a plugin with Photoshop Elements

It’s true — LuminarAI is not officially compatible with Photoshop Elements. But the good news is there is an unofficial workaround that will let Photoshop Elements users get the full benefits of LuminarAI. Since this is unofficial, Skylum support isn’t

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Featured- Making small lights big

Making a small light source big

A small light source has a tendency to produce hard light which causes unflattering shadows and pin size catchlights in the subject’s eyes. Sometimes when using photographing in direct sunlight at high noon or using small LED lights this can’t

Read More
elements-luminarai

Using LuminarAI as a plugin with Photoshop Elements

It’s true — LuminarAI is not officially compatible with Photoshop Elements. But the good news is there is an unofficial workaround that will let Photoshop Elements users get the full benefits of LuminarAI. Since this is unofficial, Skylum support isn’t

Read More
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How to hold your camera correctly

The first lesson in photography that most people overlook is how to hold a camera. “For God’s sake, hold your camera correctly” is a short article teaching you how to hold your camera as Vanelli tells a story why this article was written.

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