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Adding a tone to infrared photos
If you are an infrared photographer, you might want to revisit some of your past images. Black and white is...
How do you use a gray card for portraits with Lightroom Classic?
How do you use a gray card in portraits to correctly adjust for white balance in Lightroom Classic? It's super...
Get rid of dandruff and dust in one click
Things like dandruff, random dust and scratches often plague headshots. But by utilizing Photoshop, it's super easy to fix these....
Hooking up an external microphone to your smartphone
Many external microphones that are used with DSLR or mirrorless cameras connect with a TRS cable. One end goes into...
Adding people in your architecture photography
Adding a human element to your architecture photographs can help to show the scale of a building. It can also...
Understanding YouTube’s visibility settings
Having trouble sharing a YouTube video with your friends and family? When you upload a video to YouTube, you're given...
Fuji makes it easy to use your camera as a webcam
If you're in the need for an easy way to get high-quality video for your Zoom or Skype meetings, Fuji...
Resetting the import counter in Capture One
When I first moved over to Capture One, I setup my import settings to rename my files as Job Name...
Using a lightweight tripod for wildlife photography
FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this stunning brown bear image...
Inspiration from Helen Yancy, PPA Lifetime Achievement Award winner
Above is a self-painted image of Helen Yancy and her dog Charlie. Helen was only the 17th person to win...
Use a gimbal head for landscapes
FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this mountain landscape image she...
Just one senator holds up CASE Act
What can you do to help get the CASE Act Legislation to the floor of the Senate for a vote?...

Adding a tone to infrared photos

If you are an infrared photographer, you might want to revisit some of your past images. Black and white is the traditional way to display, but with new tools and processing, you can be different. Toning images can change the

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Get rid of dandruff and dust in one click

Things like dandruff, random dust and scratches often plague headshots. But by utilizing Photoshop, it’s super easy to fix these. Select Filter > Noise > Dust & Scratches… from the top menu bar. Start by putting your Threshold slider to

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Understanding YouTube’s visibility settings

Having trouble sharing a YouTube video with your friends and family? When you upload a video to YouTube, you’re given the option on how visible it’ll be on your channel. You have three options: Public: Everyone can see your video

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Using a lightweight tripod for wildlife photography

FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this stunning brown bear image she made in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. “Bear photography requires a nimble, light, trustworthy and versatile tripod to support

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Lisa Langell photo

Use a gimbal head for landscapes

FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this mountain landscape image she made in Kenai Lake, Alaska. According to Lisa, Alaska’s ever-changing weather produces fog and reflections that appear — then are

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Just one senator holds up CASE Act

What can you do to help get the CASE Act Legislation to the floor of the Senate for a vote? Help put pressure on Senator Ron Wyden who has put a hold on the bill. Currently, the only recourse for

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Understanding YouTube’s visibility settings

Having trouble sharing a YouTube video with your friends and family? When you upload a video to YouTube, you’re given the option on how visible it’ll be on your channel. You have three options: Public: Everyone can see your video

Read More
lisa langell photo

Using a lightweight tripod for wildlife photography

FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this stunning brown bear image she made in Lake Clark National Park, Alaska. “Bear photography requires a nimble, light, trustworthy and versatile tripod to support

Read More
Lisa Langell photo

Use a gimbal head for landscapes

FotoPro Ambassador Lisa Langell is a fabulous wildlife and nature photographer. I asked her about this mountain landscape image she made in Kenai Lake, Alaska. According to Lisa, Alaska’s ever-changing weather produces fog and reflections that appear — then are

Read More

Just one senator holds up CASE Act

What can you do to help get the CASE Act Legislation to the floor of the Senate for a vote? Help put pressure on Senator Ron Wyden who has put a hold on the bill. Currently, the only recourse for

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Practice for your wildlife photography

You can sharpen your skills for photographing wildlife by going to the zoo. Even though animals at the zoo are captive they still have wild tendencies. Study behavior. Practice focusing, composition and more. Though it was a captive environment I

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High ISO is not necessarily a photographers enemy

Technology changes. High ISO’s are no longer the monsters we photographers have made them out to be. Increased processing power and camera improvements are removing my objections to noise. Anti-aliasing low pass filters are being removed as well.  As a

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