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Portrait Tips: Quick settings for great black and whites in Lightroom Classic
Portrait Tips: Automation is your best friend, part one
Perfecting the tones in your landscapes, or step #1 in finishing landscapes
Live Webinar Tuesday: Picture Perfect Retouching with Roberto Valenzuela
Live Webinar Tuesday: Picture Perfect Retouching with Roberto Valenzuela
Live Webinar: Picture Perfect Retouching with Roberto Valenzuela
How To Maximize Color In Black & Whites with On1 Photo Raw 2018
Live Webinar: Picture Perfect Retouching with Roberto Valenzuela
Live Webinar: Picture Perfect Retouching with Roberto Valenzuela
Are Your Photos Getting the “Blurts”?
Instant Replay: Getting Started with Perfectly Clear (with Rich Harrington)
Lightroom Hangout: Lightning Fast Workflow with David Crewe

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Are Your Photos Getting the “Blurts”?

One of the ultimate compliments for a photo is when it makes someone just blurt out a one syllable word or sound. “Wow”, “ooh”, “awww”, “damn”, “whoa”, “spoon”… you get the idea.  The measure of a photo’s success isn’t if it

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Hangout Replay

Instant Replay: Photofinishing Showdown

In this episode, Melissa Niu hosts Rob Sylvan, Levi Sim, and Gerard Murphy as they compare different finishing techniques on the same few photographs. They’ll show you how to use many of the tools in the Develop and Library Modules,

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Finessing a Post-Crop Vignette in Lightroom

Vignettes are a two edged sword, and many of us fall to their siren song. Vignettes can really make your photographs look masterfully finished, but they can easily be applied too heavily and overshadow the real subject of the image.

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TIFF vs PSD? Which is better & WHY! - youtube

Which file format is best for photographers?

If you’re a little further along in your photography, you most likely have already established your own workflow. This includes saving your image files in the best file format that preserves your layered work. Otherwise, you must be wondering, what’s

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Avoiding the harsh, direct flash look

One of the biggest reasons why I don’t like pop-up flashes is that it gives uneven, harsh lighting directed at your subject. Even with an on-camera speedlight, the same effect can happen. And while you can play around with the

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