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#travel #photography tip - sunrise totally beats sunset!

EOS 7D Mark II - deep in the details

The EOS 7D Mark II has inherited plenty of the DNA of Canon’s EOS-1D cameras. I have recently had the chance to have a quick look deep inside the …


Photo By: Shadi Sami Shawki Samawi #HIPAae #HIPAsnap #هيبا #Jordan #PhotoOfTheDay #Photography #Photographers

Meet the Elinchrom ELB 400 Lighting Kit

Imagine positioning yourself at the bottom of an icy crevasse with a studio flash system, waiting for skiers to leap above you. That was Tristan …


"Eugenia Victoria"

Follow my Venetian adventure over on @instagram - #travel #photography #venice #italy

Architecture: the perspectives and spirals of my vision. - INSTAGRAMMERS

“In the street, it seems to me as though everything is written. The city is the architecture of writing” JMG Le Clézio

[Kupka lane or Japan Bridge in …


“Hard to believe this amazing restaurant is inside a train station (it must be in France, oui)? It's "Le Train Bleu" in the Paris Gare du…”

It's Guest Blog Wednesday featuring Moose Peterson!

Passion Tells the Story

We’d driven eight hours and gotten in later on Friday night than desired. We needed to be in place for the sunrise shoot the …


How to Easily Improve Your Skies in Adobe Lightroom

These two techniques are very useful for making quick and easy adjustments to dull looking skies. As with all digital images, you will degrade the …

This is How Lens Parameters Affect Your Photographs

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Photographer who loves challenging and experimental photography and is not afraid to share the knowledge …


10 More Things I Would Tell a New Lightroom User: #4

Posted By Rob Sylvan on Monday, September 7, 2015 in Featured, Library, Lightroom Tips | 4 comments

#4: Know how to find your folders and photos on

Semantic Technology

How to Get an Image from Lightroom to Photoshop

Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this week’s free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop.

Lightroom is a very powerful non-destructive editing …

Photo Manipulation

How to Quickly use the Spot Removal Tool in Lightroom to Clean Up Your Photos

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Sheen Watkins is a bird, nature and wildlife photographer. A long term birder and nature enthusiast, you …

Nature Photography

6 Simple Ways to Extend the Dynamic Range of Your Photos

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Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. His images have been licensed to …

How to Use Channel Mixer in Photoshop to Create Amazing Black and White Images

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Jason Row is a British born travel photographer now living in Ukraine. His images have been licensed to …

Five Accessories for the Discerning Adventure Photographer

Adventure photographers are ones that trek out into the great outdoors to, well, quite honestly seek adventure and document it as they go along. They …


Adobe: Brooklyn is the Biggest Hub for Photography in the US

Not long ago, the New York Times published an article about how the creative boom in New York and going west to LA. While that may be true, Adobe …


Adobe is Working on Automatic Distraction Removal Technology

Adobe’s Content Aware Fill makes it easy to remove distracting elements in photos using Photoshop, but soon you may not have to. Computer vision …


How I Shot a Plane Flying Through the Supermoon

So an image of mine (@lightbrekkie) appears to be doing the rounds lately on Instagram and you may have seen it.

One of those normal days started with …


Extreme Photo of the Week

Rock Climbing

Personalized signed copies of THE HEADSHOT are available!

I'm selling books people! This is no Amazon though, so I'm charging the retail price plus shipping for me to personally sign a book for you. If …

Is it REALLY the Gear? - Digital Photography School

A Post By: Rick Berk

EOS-1D X with EF 200-400 f/4L IS USM +1.4x Extender. 1/1000, f/5.6, ISO 800.

Recently I’ve noticed some comments from readers who …