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The Ultimate Guide to Photographing Night Sports

Anyone who has ever tried their hand at Photography  for a night High School football game or any indoor sporting event in the past knows that the challenges presented are many. Night Sports Photography (Or low light Indoor Sports Photography) can be and is very challenging. The light is not what we would consider “good light.” When low lighting situations …

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Lr 2015.7 and Ps 2015.5 Issue

Published: 9/28/2016 The incredible Photo Taco Facebook community turned me on to a problem where if you select more than one photo in Ligthroom CC 2015.7 / 6.7, don’t have Ps open already (works fine if Ps is already open), and choose Edit in->Open as Layers in Photoshop it will seem to do nothing for a bit and then you …

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Creative Tips and Techniques In Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop TIPS For Creative Image Making Time flies and we are here again talking about some more useful Adobe Photoshop tools/tips/tricks that can have an impact on your images and take them from good to great. Creative thinking is something that is very important when starting the process of making an image with impact. From the lighting, subject, focal length, …

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Lightroom “Turbo” Mode?

Late on 9/19 Adobe quietly released an update to Lightroom to CC 2015.7 / 6.7 that very notably supports RAW for the Canon 5D Mark IV, but I am FAR more excited about the new preference to edit in the Develop module using Smart Previews!!!!! I haven’t tested the new feature out yet, but if it is doing what I …

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How to Edit a Portrait in Lightroom

Whether you’re brand new to Lightroom or if you’ve logged many hours in the program, learning how to process a portrait efficiently and skillfully is a never-ending process. There’s always one more thing you could consider to enhance your images. What I’ll do here is take you through the process I’ve developed after about two years of steady experience with …

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5 Reasons to Outsource Post Processing

  Aside from taking the actual pictures many of us photographers enjoy the post processing part of the workflow.  This could be simple exposure adjustments to cropping and straightening to running a Lightroom preset or some spot/blemish removal.  It is not unusual to perform any of these during post processing after a photo shoot. However, what if the need to …