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    How to Pick Good-Looking Titles for Your VideosHow to pick titles
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    How do you decide on the titles for your video? It can be a difficult task! With these steps you'll be on your way to picking the right titles for your videos. Read More…
  • Camera Calibration
    How to Create a Custom Color Profile for Your CameraCreate camera profile preview
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    Creating a color profile for your camera is the single best way to ensure color accuracy and consistency under differing light sources and between multiple camera bodies. Having this level of uniformity and precision will help save you from color correcting individual images. It may sound technical and time-consuming, but a short and simple procedure will provide you with a camera profile that will greatly improve your camera’s color accuracy.Read More…
  • Lighting
    How to Photograph Your Everyday EssentialsEveryday essentials preview
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    Photographing a collection of personal items is a great way to visually share your personality and lifestyle. Getting the right background and lighting for your objects can really enhance the photograph and give it the right vibe. Images that look stunning get shared over and over, being seen by thousands of people. All it takes is some forethought when it comes to background and set up and some simple lighting.Read More…
  • Blending Modes
    Create a Pride Rainbow Overlay in Adobe PhotoshopRainbow overlay tutorial
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    Maybe you've seen the proliferation of rainbow icons and profile pictures around the 'net and after the historic marriage equality ruling in the USA want to join the fun. Or maybe you're planning a pride event and want to make some themed images for promotion. Maybe you just love rainbows! Whatever the case, this tutorial will have you putting rainbows on everything in no time.Read More…
  • Macro
    Creating Macro Photography Scenarios: Tiny WorldsPreview
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    Sometimes when we think of macro there’s a tendency to head straight for nature; a close up of a flower, a butterfly wing, dew drops on the grass etc. In this tutorial, I’d like to encourage you to move away from what’s already there and create your own macro scenarios; it’s easier than you think!Read More…
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    Adobe Photoshop for Kids: Multiple Me!Previewimage
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    Teach kids how to use Adobe Photoshop layers and masks in this fun tutorial aimed at a younger audience.Read More…
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    How to Use Your Smartphone as a Light MeterPreview
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    A smartphone is a powerful tool for any photographer, whether you’re using it to take pictures or make shoots easier. There are countless different apps that can make your phone into almost any photo-gadget imaginable. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to turn your phone into a reliable light meter.Read More…
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    The Dramatic Documentary: Telling True Stories with Fact and FeelingPreview
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    Documentary is, by its nature, non-fiction, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t dramatic. In fact, a good documentary should balance its presentation of facts with entertainment if it’s to capture an audience’s imagination and so in this article we’re going to look at documentary as a form of drama.Read More…
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    Create a Glass Shard Reflection Double Exposure Effect in Adobe PhotoshopPrevieweffect2
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    See how to reproduce the glass shard reflection double exposure effect inspired by Taylor Swift's video for her hit single, "Style."Read More…
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    What is Digital Asset Management and Why Do You Need It?Photo bunker preview
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    We are the most photographed generation of time; yet, we may have the fewest photographs available or accessible in the future. If we want to access our pictures again and preserve them for the future, we need to be deliberate about saving our digital images and using a systematic approach so we can find them again. We need to use digital asset management.Read More…
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  • Jpeg restoration tutorial

    Retouching and restoration are the parts of the post-production process where an image is cleaned, corrected, and, in some cases, made usable again. In this learning guide you will learn how to remove unwanted dust, scratches, camera malfunctions, lens deficiencies, exposure problems, and more.

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  • Making it happen

    In our article for International Women’s Day we looked at the contributions women have made to photography and how they’ve shaped photography for their own goals. Inspired by the women we profiled, we're continuing with the 2015 theme for International Women’s Day and, over the year, will profile women who are currently “making it happen” in photography and video.


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  • Street photography guide

    Street photographers use the general public and public spaces as their subject matter. Street photography is closely tied to the spontaneous and unpredictable. It requires more improvisation and intuition to execute than many other types of photography.

    This series will to help you decide who you are as a street photographer, what you want, and how you plan to get it. How you handle yourself on the street, your methodologies for taking photographs, and your motives for being there are unique. We encourage you to experiment with a variety of approaches, equipment, and settings until you find what works best for you.

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