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How to Add Text to Photos in Photoshop

In Post-processing by Nathan GoldbergLeave a Comment

Are you looking for an easy way to add text to your photos? You may already be set up to do that…with Photoshop! Many photographers probably overlook using Photoshop as a way to add text to their photos, since they use it mainly for editing photos but just as easily as you can do photo editing in Photoshop, you can add text. The …

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How to Handle Rejection and Discouragement as a Photographer

In Marketing/Business by Alex Lawson4 Comments

Ok. First things first: breathe. If you’ve just experienced ‘photographer rejection’ for the first time, it’s ok – you’re not alone. As photographers, rejection is just an occupational hazard. Photography is art, and art is a subjective medium. What looks amazing to one person’s tastes and sensibilities might turn another person’s nose up in disgust. …

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Take Better Photos: 7 Reasons to shoot Film

In Photo Basics by Michael Allen13 Comments

One of the most sought after results of time spent photographing is becoming a “better” photographer. What does that mean, though? How does one know if they are a better photographer than when they set out that afternoon? This article doesn’t cover those identifying markers, but rather examples of how image quality is dramatically improved …

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Photographer’s Guide to Skellig Islands

In Photo Locations by Bastian Bodyl1 Comment

This guide should help you to go to the photographer’s paradise of the Skellig Islands and gives you a few tips when you are there. The Skellig islands are tow rocks in the sea 12 km from the coast of Ireland has become really popular since they have filmed parts of the Star Wars films …

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How to Set up Three-Point Lighting for Portrait Photography

In Photo Basics by Rick Ohnsman9 Comments

Learn the fundamentals, and you form the foundation for further growth.  In learning lighting for portraiture, understanding three-point lighting is crucial to making good portraits and then expanding into more sophisticated lighting setups. What is Three-Point Lighting? As the name would suggest, three-point lighting is a way of lighting a subject such that the light …

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The Rembrandt Triangle In Photography: Beginner’s Guide

In Portrait by Pete LaGregor2 Comments

As you start to learn more about flash techniques and lighting setups, you are guaranteed to hear or read about Rembrandt Lighting or the Rembrandt Triangle. This is one of the most common lighting setups along with short and long lighting, split lighting, butterfly lighting, loop lighting, or clam shell lighting. If you are just …