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5 Blend Modes that every Photographer must Know

Every Photographer who has Photoshop must know how and when to use these 5 blend modes. These are quick and easy tips that all the pros use to enhance their image to help make it stand out from the rest. Jimmy Mcintyre demonstrates this in an easy to use tutorial. The 5 blend modes are: Lighten – Use this...

Macro Photography with the X-T1

Shooting Macro with X-T1 Having recently purchased the FujiFilm’s flagship professional camera, the “X-T1″ I was keen to have a play around with capturing some macro images. I used the 18-135mm XF lens and switched to the Macro mode. It’s a bit strange having used the Canon gear for so long...

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Creating Warp Speed Effect With Your DSLR

Most of us have heard the phrase “Warp Speed” in some shape or form in our life. I remember it from “Star Trek” the original series which I used to watch in the late 80s, others may remember the newer series of this show but I haven’t seen these so don’t know if they are still using...

Focus Stacking for Macro Photography – Part 1

Focus Stacking is a technique where you can combine various images where your subject is not in it entirety, completely in focus in one single image but by combining a series of images where different parts of the subject are in focus you can get the complete subject in focus. Very commonly this technique is used in...

Recent Posts From Editing

Must have plugins for Photoshop & Lightroom users

Wether you use Photoshop or Lightroom there are some plugins that are must have for editing your photos and giving them an extraordinary look and feel. You can own one of them or all of them but I can say for sure you won’t be disappointed with either of them and nor will you find a look that you like....

Removing Haze from your Photos in Lightroom

What is Haze? Haze is a smoggy look your photo will get when you shoot in hot weather eg. summer, shoot into the sun or shoot in an area where is bad pollution. It also appears in photos when you shoot through a window or glass as it causes the catches some light and therefore creates a haze in your photo. Here are...

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