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How To Take Professional Quality Portrait Photography

Portraiture can be one of the most satisfying forms of photography for an enthusiastic amateur. The tips below can be of use whether you are using a …

How To Shoot Landscapes Under a Full Moon

This article is about taking photos at night under a full moon or near a full moon. At night, the moon will act as a light source in exactly the same …

Android this week: Nexus 7 cloned for $149; Google Edition HTC One; Chrome beta updated

Small slate shoppers have a new option to choose this week: Hisense debuted a tablet that looks like a Nexus 7. The Sera 7 Pro tablet uses the same …

Learn How to Use the Sharpening Tools in Lightroom

There’s no question that Lightroom is a powerful piece of photo processing software, but due to that power sometimes it’s not as easy to wrap our …

Flawless Image Definition: Topaz Clarity

The intelligent contrast adjustment tool <i>Clarity,</i> which works with Photoshop, Lightroom and many other programs, is designed to help you create …

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When A Lack of Color is the Perfect Answer

Has this question ever crossed your mind? I wonder if I should shoot this in black & white? We think every photographer has been faced with this …

Microsoft Surface Pro review: a device of many talents

Microsoft created a stir when it unveiled its first two tablets – Surface RT and Surface Pro – at a mystery press conference in Los Angeles on 19 …

E Ink shows off Spectra three-color electronic paper displays

E Ink has demonstrated Spectra, a new type of display that adds a third color to the company's grayscale electronic paper found in e-readers such as the Kindle. The current Spectra screens feature black, white, and red "microcups" that move to the surface of the display as required, though E Ink …