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Lightroom FAQ: Where did that thing go?
A week doesn’t go by that I don’t hear from someone who is struggling to find something that has seemingly...
Gear Tips for the Traveling Photographer
I am always looking for new ways to save space or weight in my baggage, or to ease the challenges...
Straighten Your Photos with a “Reflection Correction”
One of my favorite features within Lightroom is the Straightening Tool. I have the exceptional ability to consistently produce images...
A Simple Way to Add Some Organization to Your Desktop
A lack of organization can really kick you in a sensitive area if you're on a time crunch or are called...
Handholding your Camera for HDR Photography
With proper technique and the right camera, it is possible to get good HDR images even though you aren’t using...
Get Started With Photomatix
HDR photography is a gift of the digital age. To a one-time film photographer like me, it's magic. I never imagined...
Ten Tips to Improve Your Landscape Photography
Always think of the wind, even when it doesn't seem like a windy day. Anything affected by even the slightest...
Adobe Spark Page Adds a Sparkle to Your Storytelling
Adobe Spark Page is an amazing story-telling platform. It can be used as a travel journal to share adventures, a means...
Tips To Improve Your Travel Photography
Here are some tips to improve your travel photography, that have nothing to do with taking the actual photograph. Research where you...
5 Ways to Make Your Photoshop Life Easier
As much as Photoshop is an amazingly powerful tool, as photographers our goal should be to spend as little time...
Photographing Waterfalls and Cascades
There is no shortage of waterfalls and cascades in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. So when the days were dull,...
Tips for Photographing Bugs and Butterflies Close-Up
Like many of you, I am new at photographing close-up images of bugs and butterflies. Here are some simple tips...

Lightroom FAQ: Where did that thing go?

A week doesn’t go by that I don’t hear from someone who is struggling to find something that has seemingly vanished from Lightroom. In the interest of helping you avoid this sensation of panic and frustration, I have compiled my

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Handholding your Camera for HDR Photography

With proper technique and the right camera, it is possible to get good HDR images even though you aren’t using a tripod or other camera support. Here are ten tips for handholding your camera: Use a camera that has an automatic

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Get Started With Photomatix

HDR photography is a gift of the digital age. To a one-time film photographer like me, it’s magic. I never imagined that one day I would be blending together bracketed images to create a single photograph with an extended dynamic range. A photograph in

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Tips To Improve Your Travel Photography

Here are some tips to improve your travel photography, that have nothing to do with taking the actual photograph. Research where you are going and have a good idea of what you would like to see and do, before you leave on your trip.

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5 Ways to Make Your Photoshop Life Easier

As much as Photoshop is an amazingly powerful tool, as photographers our goal should be to spend as little time in Photoshop as possible. My motto is “Edit Faster/Shoot More” (and hopefully sell more). With that in mind, here are

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Photographing Waterfalls and Cascades

There is no shortage of waterfalls and cascades in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. So when the days were dull, foggy and rainy on my recent trip to the U.P we photographed waterfalls and nearby cascades. Not only did I come

Read More

Handholding your Camera for HDR Photography

With proper technique and the right camera, it is possible to get good HDR images even though you aren’t using a tripod or other camera support. Here are ten tips for handholding your camera: Use a camera that has an automatic

Read More

Get Started With Photomatix

HDR photography is a gift of the digital age. To a one-time film photographer like me, it’s magic. I never imagined that one day I would be blending together bracketed images to create a single photograph with an extended dynamic range. A photograph in

Read More

Tips To Improve Your Travel Photography

Here are some tips to improve your travel photography, that have nothing to do with taking the actual photograph. Research where you are going and have a good idea of what you would like to see and do, before you leave on your trip.

Read More

5 Ways to Make Your Photoshop Life Easier

As much as Photoshop is an amazingly powerful tool, as photographers our goal should be to spend as little time in Photoshop as possible. My motto is “Edit Faster/Shoot More” (and hopefully sell more). With that in mind, here are

Read More

Photographing Waterfalls and Cascades

There is no shortage of waterfalls and cascades in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. So when the days were dull, foggy and rainy on my recent trip to the U.P we photographed waterfalls and nearby cascades. Not only did I come

Read More

Lightroom 2 Minute Tips from Nicolesy — Reviewed

Nicolesy’s new Two Minute Lightroom Tips, a comprehensive Lightroom training video series, is a fantastic option for teaching yourself Lightroom. If you’re looking to develop your skills or speed up your workflow, this course is a great resource. Why learn

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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 release button you follow the motion of your subject with

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