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Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos
You might hear the term "stacking" in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is...
Creating rain over stills with CC Particle World
Perhaps you have a still image that would make a great video clip if you enhanced it with rain or...
Enhancing the blues in your skies with Aurora HDR
The Polarizing Filter in Aurora HDR simulates the work of a traditional polarizing filter that would be placed in front...
A color-managed workflow
Whether you’re a videographer or photographer, accurate colors matter. That’s why I use a color-managed workflow with the Datacolor SpyderX...
Video requirements for social media
Congratulations, you produced a nice video for social media! Now, what format and specs do you need so your video...
Remove reverb from your audio with DeVerberate 2
If you are capturing audio with your camera or mobile device in an enclosed area, you’re likely to encounter reverb....
A beginner’s guide to After Effects, part two: Layer properties and keyframes
After Effects is Adobe’s robust program for creating visual effects and motion graphics. This is the second in a series...
What causes shine on a portrait and how to fix it
A beautiful portrait is easily ruined with excessive shine on the subject’s forehead, usually caused by a beauty dish. Knowing...
A beginner’s guide to After Effects, part one: Getting started
After Effects is Adobe’s robust program for creating visual effects and motion graphics. The first in a series aimed at...
Express yourself with numbers: An After Effects tutorial
Videos with number animations look slick. Why just display a static number or percentage on screen when you can have...

Stacking images for brilliant Milky Way photos

You might hear the term “stacking” in photography. One can stack for focusing, perspective or star trails. This, however, is stacking for starry night skies, including the Milky Way. The idea here is to take several photos — one right

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A color-managed workflow

Whether you’re a videographer or photographer, accurate colors matter. That’s why I use a color-managed workflow with the Datacolor SpyderX Photo Kit. The kit includes the SpyderX Elite monitor calibration device, the SpyderCUBE advanced gray card and the SpyderCHECKR 24

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Video requirements for social media

Congratulations, you produced a nice video for social media! Now, what format and specs do you need so your video upload is accepted and looking its best on each social media channel? I’ll guide you through requirements for the major

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Remove reverb from your audio with DeVerberate 2

If you are capturing audio with your camera or mobile device in an enclosed area, you’re likely to encounter reverb. Sometimes, you just can’t avoid recording in a large hall or a stark office setting where reverberation is present. Reverb

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A color-managed workflow

Whether you’re a videographer or photographer, accurate colors matter. That’s why I use a color-managed workflow with the Datacolor SpyderX Photo Kit. The kit includes the SpyderX Elite monitor calibration device, the SpyderCUBE advanced gray card and the SpyderCHECKR 24

Read More

Video requirements for social media

Congratulations, you produced a nice video for social media! Now, what format and specs do you need so your video upload is accepted and looking its best on each social media channel? I’ll guide you through requirements for the major

Read More

Remove reverb from your audio with DeVerberate 2

If you are capturing audio with your camera or mobile device in an enclosed area, you’re likely to encounter reverb. Sometimes, you just can’t avoid recording in a large hall or a stark office setting where reverberation is present. Reverb

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Enlarging just one eye

When retouching portraits, I often indulge in flattery. Some skin retouching, a little blemish removal, slimming the face and slightly enlarging a subject’s eyes. The goal is to apply these small changes to make the subject look their best. Here’s

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Single image HDR: The sundae technique

If you’re just like me, you don’t walk around your photoshoots with a tripod and don’t (or can’t) take multiple images to create a bracketed HDR. Well, good news my friends, we don’t have to do it anymore either! Today,

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