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Mobile Mondays: Finding your way outdoors with ViewRanger
Saving a map location in Lightroom Classic
Drag and drop to the map in Lightroom Classic CC
Becoming A Better Drone Pilot, Part 4 – Learning To Fly With Precision & Confidence: ATTI Mode
Mirrorless Camera Maniac: There’s An App For That
Using 2 Cameras? Make It Easy: Sync the Time
10 Tips for New Drone Flyers
Five Must-Have Photo Accessories For Every Landscape Photographer
GPS for Photographers
Adding GPS Data Using Lightroom

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Mirrorless Camera Maniac: There’s An App For That

Most mirrorless cameras include wifi and the ability to work with a smartphone app, and most mirrorless photographers I talk to aren’t maximizing that connectivity and the included functions. The cameras themselves create the wifi, so you don’t need to

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Using 2 Cameras? Make It Easy: Sync the Time

It is a tragedy to not make a picture because you don’t want to deal with post production. Yet, many photographers have exactly this feeling–that photography has become a burden. Here’s an idea to help make using two or more

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10 Tips for New Drone Flyers

Drones are really a lot of fun once you safely learn to fly them. Here are a few important tips to help you get up and flying. I didn’t list them in any particular order, so be sure to read through all of them before you get started.

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GPS for Photographers

I share a lot of “behind the lens” photographs on my Instagram page, and one of the questions I get most frequently is “what’s that thing on top of your camera?”. The answer is that it’s the Canon GPE-12, a

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Adding GPS Data Using Lightroom

[vimeo http://vimeo.com/70253905 w=640&h=360] You can also get the video here https://vimeo.com/70253905 If you want to save GPS data to your images but don’t have a GPS device or camera that will automatically embed GPS data to your images, then why

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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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Easy high key lighting with two lights

Creating high key light is making sure there is enough light on your background so it is pure white, with no shadows. This can be done using strobes or LEDs or a mixture of both types of light. There are several

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