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Lightroom Users — Get the New Mosaic App
FX Photo Studio Pro For Mac – Mini Review
Make Great Photo Collages for Free
Retrographer (Vintage Photo Effects) — Mini Review
Adobe Shutting Down Photoshop.com Photo Sharing Service
Organizing your Aperture Library, Part 1 of 3
88 Secrets of Photoshop — Add Detail in Camera Raw
Canon 6D and Nikon 1 V2 Now Have Mac Raw Support
Adobe Lightroom Now Part of Creative Cloud
Lens Align Pro

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Retrographer (Vintage Photo Effects) — Mini Review

One of my favorite plug-in discoveries is Retrographer from Mr. Retro. It works in Photoshop, Lightroom, Photoshop Elements, Aperture, iPhoto.The plug-in designed to create authentic vintage photography effects. I’m already a big fan of Mr. Retro’s Machine Wash plug-in which

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Adobe Shutting Down Photoshop.com Photo Sharing Service

By Adobe has just announced that they are closing down its Photoshop.com storage and sharing service as well as Photoshop Elements membership areas. They instead are migrating client accounts to their other service called Revel (formerly Carousel). Here are some

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Organizing your Aperture Library, Part 1 of 3

Guest Post & Photos by One of the most common requests I get for personalized help on ApertureExpert is to assist in organizing a library thats suffered years of neglect. When youre staring at a veritable rats nest of images,

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Canon 6D and Nikon 1 V2 Now Have Mac Raw Support

If you’re a Mac user, two new cameras now have official support. OS X Mountain Lion provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In order to use these files, you can access them through Aperture or iPhoto on your

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Adobe Lightroom Now Part of Creative Cloud

If you were looking for one more reason to step up to Adobe Creative Cloud, it just arrived. For $49 a month for pros or $29 a month for students (with annual subscription) you know get the entire Adobe Creative

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Lens Align Pro

Guest Post by Ara Roselani – If you focus on an eye and are getting a sharp nose instead, chances are you could use the services of the LensAlign PRO Focus Calibration System. I have indignantly examined a red focus

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Dutch tilt

What is Dutch tilt in photography?

In a photography community that I participate in, we are given a word each day. Recently we were given “Dutch tilt.” I have to admit that I had to go look that up. It’s a phrase I’ve heard before but

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Staring back at you

Mastering depth of field

As photographers, depth of field is something that’s important to take into account with every image we produce. While it can create some cool creative effects like bokeh, it can also be used in professional ways to create a more

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clubhouse

Should photographers use Clubhouse?

By now I am sure you have heard about Clubhouse. But if not — it’s an audio-only social media platform and it’s mobile app-based. Basically, Clubhouse is a platform where you or anyone can host a talk on a virtual stage.

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Simulating Snowfall in AE

Simulating snowfall in After Effects

If you’re looking to create snowfall over a still photo or moving video in After Effects with no third party plugins, try CC Particle Systems II. The Faded Sphere particle type is ideal for simulating snowfall. Simply set the birth

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