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Photographer of the Day: Dan Schneider

Category: Sports Photography Photograph:“Rush Hour” by Dan Schneider Dan gives a different take on what we think of as “rush hour,” showcasing runners in the early morning as they race by. Dan

Using Shutter Speed Creatively To Blur Your Image

Using shutter speed to create a blur in your images is one of many tools in your photography toolbox. Here are some techniques to consider: 1.     Panning. When panning, as you press down the shutter

Migration 3 by Rob-Dweck

Photographer of the Day: Rob Dweck

Category: Nature Photographer: Rob Dweck Title: Migration 3 With fast-moving animals, a wildlife photographer must make a conscious choice: freeze or blur. Freeze delivers tack sharp images; blur delivers abstract

Adding Shallow Depth of Field in Photoshop

In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to add a shallow depth of field effect to a landscape photograph using the Tilt-Shift Blur Filter in Adobe Photoshop, and

Using Panning to Add Motion To Your Photos

If you’re like me, you’re constantly trying to think of different ways to infuse creativity within your photos. This is especially true if I’m returning to a place that I’ve

Blur Your Background Elements in Photoshop

In this tutorial, learn how to easily blur the background behind your transparent elements in Photoshop. This is perfect when designing website mockups! Disclaimer: This is just one way to

Enhancing Motion with Pan & Zoom Blur

Outdoor events can be challenging to capture in a way that is meaningful, or that equals the experience from a competitor’s perspective. Aside from the well-deserved physical rewards, event sports

Complete Control of Creative Blurring

Vignettes, tilt shifts, and depth of field! Learn how to creatively use blurs with the Photoshop Blur Gallery? In this tutorial I show you a favorite technique for controlling depth

Master Vibrance and Iris Blur in Photoshop

I’m a big fan of controlling where the viewer looks within a photo. In this short tutorial I show you how to use two adjustments in Photoshop to quickly guide