March 2019 archive

SEO for Wedding Photographers: Improve Your Google Ranking

January 28, 2019 SEO for wedding photographers is the new way to reach clients. Back in the day, the best hack for a wedding photographer to end up in front of potential new clients was to make sure you were in the front of the phone book (nice try, AAA Photography Services). Even though people …

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Organize + scan thousands of photos with Epson Fastfoto FF-680W Review

In depth review and walk-through of the Epson Fastfoto FF-680W, the world’s fastest scanner. How to take a mountain of photos and scan then fast. Digitize your print photo collection and, declutter your life, tidy all your photos Marie Kondo style. <span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span><span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; …

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A Celebration of Black & White Photography

Black and white photography is undoubtedly timeless. From portraiture to wildlife photography to documentary work, removing color presents photographers with a compositional challenge that requires a sharp focus on the subject. This week we launched our latest guide, The 2019 Photographer’s Guide to Instagram Hashtags. To celebrate one of the many genres included in the …

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Food workflow in Exposure X4 – Lightroom Blog

Another Lightroom Magazine from Kelbyone is out for members today. This month my Maximum Workflow is all about shooting food. From setup right through to final edit with Alien Skin’s Exposure X4. I cover lighting, tethering, styling and even a quick instagram edit. Source link

Differences & How to Choose – Pretty Photoshop Actions

Softbox Vs Umbrella Vs Beauty Dish Is studio lighting using a softbox better than an umbrella or a beauty dish? Today I would like to talk about these 3 different studio light modifiers and share some example photos. Softbox, Umbrella, and Beauty Dish Differences So what are some of the main differences between softboxes, umbrellas and beauty …

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Fujifilm GF 100-200mm F5.6 sample gallery: Digital Photography Review

Published Mar 12, 2019 | dpreview staff The Fujifilm GF 100-200mm F5.6 covers a 79-158mm equivalent range when attached to a GFX medium-format camera. It’s the longest zoom option available for the GF system, counting both current lenses and those on the roadmap. Coupled with a GFX camera it’s not exactly the …

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30 Free High-Resolution Photoshop Brush Sets

The demand for high-quality Photoshop brushes is huge. Every designer wants them. Every designer needs them. And as you will no doubt already know, we love to highlight and share as many free design resources as we can. And today we take a look at some of the best high resolution Photoshop brush packs currently …

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I Never Leave Home Without It « Joe McNally’s Blog

Which is easy to do, I mean, wherever you have the internet. I’m talking about PhotoShelter. At the beginning of this year, I started thinking about the tools we use the most here at the studio. Cameras, to be sure, and lenses. Lights? Occasionally. 😉  Email? Oh yeah, so joyous, right? But then I thought, …

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How to Create a Stunning Lightroom Slideshow – Pretty Presets for Lightroom

How to Create a Stunning Lightroom Slideshow Most users of Adobe Lightroom typically only use two modules: the Library module and the Develop module. There is another Lightroom module which is really fantastic, but is often overlooked because so few people know how to use… the Slideshow Module The Slideshow module was added to Lightroom to allow …

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50 Halloween Gradients – Free Download » Photoshop Tutorials

You may download these gradients and use them for commercial and non commercial projects. I only ask you to not re-upload anywhere else and claim them as your own. Please link back to this web-page, when it’s possible to do so. Most importantly… Enjoy! Source link

Create Work That Lasts with Todd Henry

Todd Henry is a creator for creators. He makes tools and resources that help creatives succeed, personally and professionally. His four books, The Accidental Creative, Louder Than Words, Die Empty, and his newest Herding Tigers, cover all angles of succeeding as a creative; from finding your voice, to being creative on demand, to managing teams …

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