April 2021 archive

Seven photo activities you can do with the whole family

[ad_1] Mary Ellen Mark started using a Brownie Box camera at just nine years old. At thirteen, Francesca Woodman created her first self-portrait. Stanley Kubrick was the same age when his father gifted him with a Graflex. Edward Weston’s dad gave him his first camera, a Kodak Bulls-Eye No. 2, on his sixteenth birthday. Photography …

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How To Remove a Background In Photoshop [For Beginners!]

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Getting Started With Lightroom Classic Ep03 Renaming – Lightroom Blog

[ad_1] The Indispensable Guide to Lightroom CC My latest book for Rocky Nook, looking at Lightroom CC/6 including all the new features. Available in both print and ebook forms. Penny H: A well written and very comprehensive guide that I thoroughly recommend. Stefan47: Even an experienced user will learn a few tips from this book. …

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This Beautiful Little Bag Packs Big Comfort: Wandrd PRVKE Lite Review

[ad_1] Don’t let the size fool you — the Wandrd PRVKE Lite is actually capable of carrying quite a bit of mirrorless gear. The original Wandrd PRVKE generated a buzz in the photography community — and over $400,000 on Kickstarter. Now, the PRVKE is back — and it’s launching in a smaller size. Announced on …

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25 Photoshop PSD Laptop Mockup Templates

[ad_1] When we think of website and software design, we still think of laptops. Yes, we’ve got all the handy gadgets. We never part with our smart phones; be they Android phones, or Apple’s iPhones and iPads. Still, when we want to do something seriously, we boot up that laptop and get to work. So …

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How do you capture the Milky Way and airglow in a panorama? by John Wood – 360Cities – Panoramic Photography Blog

[ad_1] “Loud crashing waves and the immense loneliness of the place after midnight were dramatic.” First pick a place noted for dark skies – the Maine coast in the Northeastern United States in this case. Schoodic Point is in a national park with public access. Next pick an evening with a new moon, below the …

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Aperture, Depth of Field & Shutter Speed (4 Days to Sharper Photos)

[ad_1] Aperture, Depth of Field & Shutter Speed Day 2 of “4 Days to Sharper Photos” After reading the previous post in this series, hopefully you have spent some time learning a little more about your camera and how it focuses.  And hopefully you’ve realized that manual focus is NOT the key to sharper photos. …

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CoffeeShop “William Morris” Fine Art Texture and Paper Set!

[ad_1] I wanted to thank all veterans and their families for their service and sacrifices for our country. Thank you for giving up so much to protect our country. Sorry I haven’t posted for a while, but we are going through some forced home renovations due to a small but powerful leak. I will post …

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Photography Life 2021-2022 Workshop Announcements

[ad_1] I am very excited to announce Photography Life’s 2021 and 2022 Workshops! Without a doubt, this past year has been pretty rough for many of us. With all the lockdowns and closures in place, it was quite hard to do anything travel-related for our team, let alone run a photography workshop! Thankfully, the situation …

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Remove White Background from Logos in Photoshop

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Are Moment lenses still worth it over today’s built-in stock smartphone lenses?

[ad_1] There was a time when third-party smartphone lenses were the go-to for smartphone filmmakers who wanted to take their footage to the next level. And when it comes to third-party smartphone lenses, the biggest name amongst them is undoubtedly Moment, which offers a range of lenses to use with smartphones offering more capabilities than …

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