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Lightroom Live: Mastering Monochrome with Daniel Gregory
Lightroom Live: Mastering Monochrome with Daniel Gregory
Using Adobe Portfolio for a Second Portfolio
Lightroom Hangout: Crafting Fine Art Black and White Portraits with Mykii Liu
Instant Replay: Lightroom’s Print Module with Kevin Ames
Adobe Paint Can App Review
Offbeat with Joel Robison
Being Prepared Makes all the Difference
Shooting Personal Projects
Five Tips on Photographing a Model in a Hotel Room (NSFW)
The Camera of the Moment | Joe McNally – What’s in Your Bag
Overkill Cameras and the Right Camera for the Job | Joe McNally – What’s in Your Bag

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Adobe Paint Can App Review

Richard Harrington recently shared a picture on social media that looked like a painting, and in the corner it read, “Created with Adobe Paint Can.” I immediately downloaded this free app from the Apple App Store. Although it’s only for

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Offbeat with Joel Robison

It’s not every day that a person’s work transports one to another time or place. Rarer still is the photo that makes one feel like they are peeking in on another, magical world; so it is with the photography of Joel Robison.

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Being Prepared Makes all the Difference

I love the Boy Scout motto of Be Prepared. As a photographer that often means carrying extra batteries, a spare camera, and an extra memory card. But also knowing the location, and what conditions you’ll be working under. Practice Ahead

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Shooting Personal Projects

A great way to challenge yourself and enhance your skills is to shoot some personal projects. Here is an opportunity to stretch your imagination. Building sets, buying props, coordinating wardrobe, scouting locations and casting talent are all part of the

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Photofocus Podcast October 5, 2015 — Robert Hall & Corey Barker

This week we catch up with two photo experts. First up is Robert Hall who is a talented fine art and landscape photographer. Then we check in with Photoshop guru Corey Barker. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/227017689″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”175″ iframe=”true” /] Get

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Levi_Sim_Paint Can App Cover-1

Adobe Paint Can App Review

Richard Harrington recently shared a picture on social media that looked like a painting, and in the corner it read, “Created with Adobe Paint Can.” I immediately downloaded this free app from the Apple App Store. Although it’s only for

Read More

Offbeat with Joel Robison

It’s not every day that a person’s work transports one to another time or place. Rarer still is the photo that makes one feel like they are peeking in on another, magical world; so it is with the photography of Joel Robison.

Read More
ErikaThornesUnderwater

Being Prepared Makes all the Difference

I love the Boy Scout motto of Be Prepared. As a photographer that often means carrying extra batteries, a spare camera, and an extra memory card. But also knowing the location, and what conditions you’ll be working under. Practice Ahead

Read More
Snow White features

Shooting Personal Projects

A great way to challenge yourself and enhance your skills is to shoot some personal projects. Here is an opportunity to stretch your imagination. Building sets, buying props, coordinating wardrobe, scouting locations and casting talent are all part of the

Read More
PFpodcastart

Photofocus Podcast October 5, 2015 — Robert Hall & Corey Barker

This week we catch up with two photo experts. First up is Robert Hall who is a talented fine art and landscape photographer. Then we check in with Photoshop guru Corey Barker. [soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/227017689″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”175″ iframe=”true” /] Get

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