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Knowing When to Under Expose

This is something that can be tricky to understand so I will keep this as simple as possible. You camera whatever that is is programmed from the manufacture to capture certain amount of light in each shot. So when you are shooting something against white or bright light the camera will think there is too much light...

3 Reasons to Shoot in Burst Mode when Photographing Kids

Some time ago I did a post about 3 Steps to Taking Better Photographs of Kids where I talked about getting great and sharp photos of kids. One of these items was to shoot in Burst mode or Continuous mode where your camera will take multiple images as long as shutter remains pressed. I wanted to take this further and...

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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...

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Take Minutes off Your Lightroom Workflow with Solo Mode

Whatever your workflow is Lightroom knowing this technique will clean up and speed up your process. Both the Left and Right Module panels in Lightroom can be configured in this mode, its called the Solo Mode. When activated, Solo Mode only keep your current module which you are working on open. If you switch to...

Photoshop turns 25. What was PS v1.0 like?

Adobe Photoshop celebrates its 25th Anniversary and what better way to celebrate then to ask (well CreativeLive did the asking) current Photoshop experts to have a go at using Photoshop v1.0. Check out this great fun video where industry leading photoshop experts such as: Dave Cross Jared Platt Ben Willmore Chris...

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