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  • Business
    How to Embrace Convergence and Thrive as Hybrid Professional PhotographerHybrid convergence photographer
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    What does it mean to be a professional? How can you manage adding multiple skill sets and services to your business? What happens when you mix photography with other media? All this and more inside.Read More…
  • Wedding Photography
    2 Courses to Help You Get Started as a Wedding PhotographerWedding photography for new beginners
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    Spring is here for those of us in the northern hemisphere, and that means wedding season is just getting started. If you want to get started as a wedding photographer, we've got two new courses to help you out.Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    Total Creative Control: How to Use Virtual Copies to Fork and Stack Images in LightroomVirtual copy preview image
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    Take your post-production work in a limitless number of directions, or a single direction, with Lightroom's Virtual Copy feature.Read More…
  • Business
    Making the Jump: Is Freelance Professional Photography Right for You?Preview
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    You’re thinking about making the leap from hobbyist to professional photographer but are wondering how to get off the ground. This article will look at some of the key things to think about when venturing into the world of freelance photography.Read More…
  • Blog
    Updates to the Envato Privacy PolicyPrivacy
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    We're about to make some changes to our privacy policy. Find out when and what this means for you.Read More…
  • Video
    How to Edit iMovie Projects in Final Cut Pro XSlice 1
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    iMovie is a solid video editing app for Mac users. Some users may decide they want to take their edits to the next level and use a professional-level editing program, though. In this tutorial, I will show you how to send an iMovie movie to Final Cut Pro 10.Read More…
  • iPhone
    5 Smart Ways to Use Your iPhone in the Photo StudioPreview
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    The iPhone isn't just a great camera. It's also a versatile tool that can be used by photographers in many different ways. In this article I look at some of the way it can be used in the studio.Read More…
  • Adobe Lightroom
    Meet Adobe Lightroom CC: Faster, Smarter, and Way More SocialLrccpreview
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    Adobe's flagship digital asset manager gets some impressive upgrades and brand new features.Read More…
  • Post-Production
    How to Ensure Consistency in Your Photo RetouchingPortrait preview
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    In this short tutorial we discuss how to best visualize your work and form a plan of action before you begin retouching a group of photos. We also cover how to strike a balanced approach to your workflow so that photos meant to be shown together are retouched to the same level.Read More…
  • VSCO Cam
    How to Use VSCO Cam's Grid and Journal to Create a Polished Photography PortfolioVsco grid thumbnail
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    VSCO Cam is a well-known name in the world of smartphone photography, with a polished app that allows you to shoot, edit and publish your photos on the go. I'm going to show you how to create a sleek online photo portfolio using VSCO Grid and Journal. Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    How to Add Keyword Tags to Your Photos with PicasaPicasa preview image
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    Google's free image software is a powerful digital asset management tool. Learn how to get started with image tagging.Read More…
  • Retouching
    2 Techniques for Correcting Red EyeRed eye tutorial
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    In this short video tutorial we cover two techniques for correcting the common issue of red eye.Read More…
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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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  • Digital asset managment everyone

    The great thing about digital photography is you can take lots of photographs without worrying about costs. The challenging thing about digital photography is you can take lots of photographs. Instead of boxes, filing cabinets, and binders spilling a chaos of negatives and prints, we have computers, memory cards, and external hard drives packed full of image bits and bytes.

    Organization and sanity are possible. This series will guide you in building and using a powerful system to manage your digital chaos.


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  • Infrared series

    Infrared photography uses wavelengths of light that are usually not part of the visual spectrum. In this series you’ll learn about the infrared choices available, how to take infrared photographs using a filter, how to process your photographs to a high standard and how avoid common mistakes along the way.


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