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How to Edit a Day-to-Night Timelapse

In Post-processing by Nathan Goldberg6 Comments

If you’ve ever wondered how to photograph and edit day-to-night timelapses, fear not.  While making day-to-night timelapses may seem overwhelmingly difficult, it’s not.  The digital tools that we have today really simplify the workflow for creating them.  This is not to say that creating day-to-night timelapses is totally effortless.  There still is effort needed for …

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9 ways to work faster in Lightroom

In Post-processing by Rick McEvoy7 Comments

In this article I will give you 9 tips on how to speed up working in Lightroom. Lightroom has gone through the hideously slow phase, and if you do all these things you will find, like I have, that editing in Lightroom is just fine these days. Do you want to speed up working in …

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When Should Serious Photographers Make Snapshots?

In Post-processing, Uncategorized by Rick Ohnsman8 Comments

Snapshots??!!  Most photographers aspiring to improve scoff at making “snapshots”, those being the quick images taken without much thought by the point-and-shoot crowd.  We’re serious photographers here and want to instead be Crafting Photographs, right?  But in this article, I’m talking about a feature in Lightroom you may not have tried or understood and it …

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7 Mistakes Landscape Photographers Often Make in Post

In Post-processing by Kirk Bergman6 Comments

Perfecting your photos during post processing is an important final step of photography.  Some photographers choose to only make minor adjustments to exposure and contrast and others do extensive editing with exposure brushes, curves, selective saturation adjustments, and even compositing in Photoshop.  Whatever your editing preference, there are a few editing mistakes (or oversights) that …