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  • Digital Asset Management
    7 Golden Rules of Digital Asset ManagementDam golden rules preview
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    There are a few basic principles that sustain every digital asset management system. Learn those principles so you can decide where and how to customize your DAM system for success.Read More…
  • Post-Processing
    Free Course: RAW Photo Processing With Affinity PhotoAffinity
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    In RAW Photo Processing With Affinity Photo, you will learn the most effective and efficient RAW workflow in Affinity Photo. The course consists of just ten bite-sized video lessons, so you can easily fit it in around your other commitments. And best of all, it’s free.Read More…
  • Photography
    Pics or It Didn't Happen! Making Memory and Meaning in the Age of OverloadPicsoritdidnthappen preview
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    Today, stories, claims, accomplishments, or experiences are not valid unless accompanied by a picture. The result is not that we have better records of events but that we feed our scepticism, distort our perceptions, and cheat our memories. This article examines that “pics or it didn’t happen” culture.Read More…
  • Macro
    Create a Futuristic City Macro PhotographPreview
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    As part of the Tiny Worlds series, I’ll show you how to create a futuristic looking city using tin foil and staples.Read More…
  • Digital Asset Management
    The Digital Pipeline: How to Safely Manage Images and Video from Capture to ArchiveDam pipeline preview 1
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    A DAM workflow manages your assets from the moment you click your shutter through to archiving your finished work. Use this six stage workflow to minimize the opportunity for errors and loss, and maximize your data safety.Read More…
  • Deliverables
    3 Smart Ways to Deliver Work to Your Photography ClientsShare with clients onlinejpg
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    You've worked hard to reach the end of your image edit. Here are three great ways to share images with clients.Read More…
  • Photography
    Polarized Reflections in Theory and PracticePolarized reflection
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    Have you ever wondered how a polarizing filter works? In this short video tutorial from my recent course on light in photography, I explain what causes polarized reflections and how they affect your images.Read More…
  • Long Exposure
    A Beginner's Guide to Shooting Long Exposure WaterPreview
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    We’ve all seen those silky smooth, impressive waterscapes and lusted over the places they were taken. In this tutorial, I’ll take you through how to start taking these striking looking images yourself.Read More…
  • Street
    How to Photograph With Awareness and Sensitivity on the StreetPreview stephanie
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    The street photographer’s subject matter is reality—actual people and places. Here are the most essential things to consider and be aware of as you venture forth with your camera into the general public’s hearts and minds.Read More…
  • Machine Vision
    Welcome to the World of Machine VisionWhat is machine vision preview
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    Machine vision is a system that uses a camera coupled with a computer with image interpretation software to create data. The data is in turn processed and used to decide on an action. Essentially, a machine is programmed to look for a specific thing and then perform an action when it sees what it is looking for.Read More…
  • Problem Solving
    Photoshop Errors: How to Fix Brush LagBrushlag preview
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    Do you have problems with your brush lagging in Photoshop? In this article, we offer a couple of quick solutions to combat this common problem. Read More…
  • Macro
    Full-Frame vs. Crop-Sensor Cameras for Macro PhotographyPreview
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    Full-frame or crop-sensor, which is best? Well there are a number of variables and in this article, I’ll look at some of the key ones and how they benefit (or don’t!) macro photography.Read More…
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  • Pv open assignments

    Open Assignments are learning exercises inspired by our courses

    There's a bit of a chicken-and-egg scenario with creative work: in order to get work (or better work) you have to prove that you are reliable. To prove you are reliable you have to have made creative work. These assignments will help you build up that critical photography and video experience. 

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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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