Photography Blogs & Tutorials

Uploading from your desktop straight to Instagram isn’t really anythingnew. There are a number of methods out there to let you access your Instagam account and post new images straight from Windows or OSX. Usually, they’re a bit of a long winded process. The new LR/Instagram plugin for Lightroom, however, makes the process simple and [...]

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We have probably already established that just one soft light can make a huge difference in how a picture looks, but many times it is too bright to use a strobe. If you want to get a correct exposure with a wide aperture, you need very fast shutter speeds. Sadly, most systems don’t like to [...]

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Guys just got the tip off from the awesome David Neilands that CC2015 has now included the ability to use the legacy healing brush again! This is awesome, as the way CC2015 implemented the healing tool was such a distraction to many of us that we decided to move back to CC2014 while we waited [...]

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Planning and producing a photo shoot, especially when there’s crew involved, can be a demanding and stressful task. This is especially so while you’re still learning, making mistakes, and figuring out exactly what kind of things you need to plan and prepare for. Not everybody has access to a produce to figure all this out [...]

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Whether you are an experienced photographer or just getting started, the amazing landscape photographs you see have all got a few things in common. The reality of landscape photography is that not only are you reliant on your own ability and skill of seeing and composing an image, but also on Mother Nature. But regardless of whatever weather you encounter, there are countless opportunities to be able to capture spectacular landscape photographs.

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As more DSLR owners shoot video, it’s natural that they’re going to start experimenting with visual effects. In this video from Tobias at Surfaced Studio, we’re shown how to clone ourselves in video footage using Adobe After Effects. While you might not want this exacteffect in your own work, the video isstill worth watching.In it, [...]

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The winners of the Tamron Sunshine Photo Contest for a Tamron 28-300mm Di VC PZD lens, a Tamron SP 90mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lens, and a Tamron SP 70-300mm Di VC USD lens are:

A huge thank you to everyone who entered our recent contest to win one of the following lens: a 28-300mm Di VC PZD lens, an SP 90mm F/2.8 Di VC USD lens or an SP 70-300mm Di VC USD lens from... more

If you ever wanted to get into timelapse, but didn’t know where to start then Bloomberg documentaryfilmmaker, Griffin Hammond is here to help. In these two videos, Griffinshares how he shoots and edits timelapse sequences from start to finish.While your camera and lens may be different to those chosen for these videos, the principles are [...]

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Presets this and Presets that. It’s like the world has gone Lightroom Preset mad of late. Some people hate them, others rave about them! So where do you start? Well, the beginning is best really.

When Lightroom was only a beta program (and for Mac only), one of the big features was that you could make changes to an image in the Develop Module, and save those settings to apply them to another image directly! They didn’t even have to be in the same shoot. (Lightroom organized... more

The resurgence in film’s popularity in the last fewyears has been a wonderful thing. Large format photography is only just starting to see the the kind of reawakening that 35mm experienced, but it is definitely making a comeback. For those that are already shooting 4×5, your life might be about to get a little easier [...]

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