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How to create an action portrait in an alley
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Super Important Habits for Saving Photographs part 3
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Quick Tip: Detailed Clipping Preview

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How to create an action portrait in an alley

Check out the newest addition to the “How to create series” teaching how to create an action portrait in an alley. The how to create series is a combination of How I Got the Shot and instructions on how you can recreate the same look.

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Skylum webinar with Serge Ramelli Making Incredible Landscapes with Aurora HDR

Free webinar: How to make incredible landscapes

Skylum, maker of Luminar and Aurora HDR announced a free webinar on making incredible landscapes. The webinar is Wednesday, August 1, 2018, at 12:00 PM PDT/3:00 PM EDT. Register here. Up the landscape game Guest Serge Ramelli goes deep into

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Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Detailed Clipping Preview

If you want to set the white point and black point in your photos with precision, you’ll want to take advantage of the detailed clipping preview option in Lightroom. Go beyond the clipping display you can enable from the histogram,

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Essential Backup Habits photo of a disassembled hard drive

Super Important Habits for Saving Photographs part 1

(Editor’s note: Photofocus author Tim Grey tackles the nine most important backup habits for photographers in this three-part, easy to digest series. Check-in for the second installment next Tuesday.) Every photographer dreads the thought of losing photos due to a failed

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How to Make Your Photos Look Great with Curves Layers in Luminar

Curves layers are one of the most misunderstood, yet more powerful adjustments you can make. Our images are all made up of pixels, which each have values for color and luminosity. With Curves adjustments, we can remap the pixels’ values for these, changing them to be brighter or darker, or changing their color.  In Skylum Software’s Luminar you can add multiple curves filters, and make each layer target very specific parts of your image.  This will give your images more depth, dimension, and beautiful color.

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featured- How to create an action portrait in an alley

How to create an action portrait in an alley

Check out the newest addition to the “How to create series” teaching how to create an action portrait in an alley. The how to create series is a combination of How I Got the Shot and instructions on how you can recreate the same look.

Read More
Skylum webinar with Serge Ramelli Making Incredible Landscapes with Aurora HDR

Free webinar: How to make incredible landscapes

Skylum, maker of Luminar and Aurora HDR announced a free webinar on making incredible landscapes. The webinar is Wednesday, August 1, 2018, at 12:00 PM PDT/3:00 PM EDT. Register here. Up the landscape game Guest Serge Ramelli goes deep into

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Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Detailed Clipping Preview

If you want to set the white point and black point in your photos with precision, you’ll want to take advantage of the detailed clipping preview option in Lightroom. Go beyond the clipping display you can enable from the histogram,

Read More
Essential Backup Habits photo of a disassembled hard drive

Super Important Habits for Saving Photographs part 1

(Editor’s note: Photofocus author Tim Grey tackles the nine most important backup habits for photographers in this three-part, easy to digest series. Check-in for the second installment next Tuesday.) Every photographer dreads the thought of losing photos due to a failed

Read More
FEATURED-luminar-curves

How to Make Your Photos Look Great with Curves Layers in Luminar

Curves layers are one of the most misunderstood, yet more powerful adjustments you can make. Our images are all made up of pixels, which each have values for color and luminosity. With Curves adjustments, we can remap the pixels’ values for these, changing them to be brighter or darker, or changing their color.  In Skylum Software’s Luminar you can add multiple curves filters, and make each layer target very specific parts of your image.  This will give your images more depth, dimension, and beautiful color.

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Photofocus Quick Tip Lightroom

Quick Tip: Locking the Attribute Filters

In some cases you may want to “lock” the filter criteria you’ve set in Lightroom when searching for a particular image, so the same filter criteria will remain in place even as you navigate among different folders. In this quick

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Look Up Tables (LUT) can change and even correct colors.

Creating LUTs in Photoshop

LUTs are Look Up Tables. They are really easy to create in Photoshop for use in other programs like Premiere Pro for motion and Luminar 2018 for still photographs. This video from Rich Harrington shows you how. Building a LUT

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