Interview with Landscape Photographer James Grant

Allt Dearg Mor Sunset –Scotland James Grant is a landscape photographer who lives just outside of Peak District National Park in England. James has gotten to know his local area very well and has every…

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Learn how to create natural light portraits with Rob Woodcox

Deciding between natural light or studio lighting is a key decision every portrait photographer has to make. Each type of light comes with its own set of pros and cons. That’s why portrait photographer Rob…

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How to Create a Stars Candy Text Effect in Adobe Photoshop

This Photoshop tutorial will show you how to use a stars-candy texture to create a nice stars candy text Effect. Final Image Preview Resources Step 1 Open the “hetedeik.png” image from the 8 wooden patterns…

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Four Ways to Select Layers in Photoshop CC

Learn four ways to select Layers in a Photoshop CC document. For more in-depth tutorials, training, techniques and shortcuts for working with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom, check out Julieanne’s blog at Get more Photoshop…

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Using Negative Space in Nature Photography

Photo by 12019 Negative space is something photographers don’t always put a lot of thought into. It’s pretty understandable; after all, surely the subject of the photo is the main event. Why would we pay…

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Recommended Camera Equipment for Beginners

Everyone’s favorite part of photography is camera equipment. I’m kidding, of course — although that is the impression you’ll get from certain photographers. But no one can deny that some gear is necessary in order…

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Interview with Landscape Photography David M. Cobb

David M. Cobb is a photographer based in Oregon who focuses on landscape, travel, and wildlife photography, as well as flowers and gardens. His books include Visionary Landscapes, America: Wild Landscapes, and Quiet Beauty: Japanese…

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What Are Histograms? A Photographer’s Guide

Histograms are the solution to a fundamental problem in photography: Our eyes don’t always tell the truth. Have you ever been in a dark room, turned on your phone, and felt it blind you like…

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Lightroom Coffee Break: Customizing the Identity Plate

Lightroom tips and tricks in 60 seconds or less from longtime Lightroom team member Benjamin Warde. Follow Download Premium Presets :

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Photographing Mill Creek Falls (West Virginia)

Photographed with Canon 6D and Canon 24-105mm f/4 lens Mill Creek Falls is a 20-foot waterfall in the area of the New River Gorge in southern West Virginia. Downstream of the falls, the creek flows…

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