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Snapizzi – A Tool for Volume and Event Photographers

Event and volume photographers will tell you that after 4, 8 or even 10 hours on your feet taking pictures the hard work is when you get home and start sorting your pictures.  It can take 10 or more hours to cull and sort the images before they can be uploaded for the client.  Randy dela Fuente and his company …

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Lightroom Photoshop Roundtrip 101

Lightroom to Photoshop & Back! Roundtrip 101 Adobe Photoshop Lightroom (The Applications official name) and Photoshop are two extremely powerful and therefor popular image editing applications. In addition to the many tools available to us in Lightroom, we also get an exceptionally good file management system that keeps our thousands of files neat and orderly. On the editing side of …

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Advanced Blending Using BLEND IF in Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop has tools on top of tools and they have many uses. There isn’t really a “wrong way” to use many of the tools. There are so many ways of doing things – the end result is really the only thing that matters. You will often  get results that you didn’t even have in mind during your workflow.  You …

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Fundy Designer: Software Review

In many previous articles I have mentioned that I am one of the “mentoids” who have been concentrating on my wedding and portrait photography with Erica Coffman.  If you haven’t read it yet, you can see some of the reasons why this is an incredible opportunity in this article.  But today’s article is actually an outgrowth of a conversation that …

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Dynamic Range With Luminosity Masks Course Review

One of the skills every photographer needs to learn about is post processing. Post processing can range from the mild to the wild. Some photographers are happy with making some basic edits in Lightoom, while others will dive off into the crazy world of Photoshop and really get into the details of an image to give it that “pop.” I …

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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 …