Monthly Archives: April 2016

The Best Photography Software for 2016 is…

Jason Little provides an insight of the best post production photography software. For me, the winner is no surprise but two up and comers should be something to look at in the near future.

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How to Use Motion Blur in Timelapse Photography – PictureCorrect

Learn how shutter speed affects the look of time-lapse.

When you change the shutter speed in a timelapse, you can control how people moving in and out of the frame transition. With faster shutter speeds the movements are more jagged; you can make out each individual. With longer shutter speeds, the movements are a lot smoother. In this video Jay P Morgan from The […]

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Composition Tips: How to Capture that ‘National Geographic Style’

Get that National Geographic style photo.

Renowned travel photographer Bob Holmes says he shoots in a “National Geographic style.” A style that he describes as not about the photographer, but about

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Tips for Processing Winter Landscapes in Lightroom

Lightroom help for your washed out snowy landscapes.

I see a lot of winter. The interior of Alaska, where I live, gets a solid six months, often seven, of the white stuff. Essentially anytime from October to mid-April, we are likely to have snow on the ground. Unless I put the camera down for most of the year (which I don’t), I end […]

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2016 Horsetooth Half-Marathon

Participants of this year’s Horsetooth Half-Marathon were not intimidated by the snow, slush, or cold as evident by the images in the photo gallery. The volunteers and coordinators did a great job with communication as the weather turned slushy in the 48 hours preceding the event.

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DIY: How to Make Your Own Flash Diffuser for Macro Photography

DIY macro fun.

When it comes to macro photography, DIY solutions for would-be macro shooters looking to get better results without emptying their wallets abound—from reve

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How to Use Clouds to Enhance and Improve Your Images

Use cloudy days to integrate texture into your image.

Many photographers enjoy taking pictures of clouds, and it’s easy to see why. From the vivid patterns and brilliant sunset formations, to the storm clouds and unusual styles, there’s almost always something interesting happening in the sky. While there’s no doubt that clouds can make great subjects in their own right, I feel that they are […]

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Nikon D5 hands-on field test by The Camera Store | Nikon Rumors

Nikon D5 reviews reveal shortcomings.

The Camera Store published their Nikon D5 hands-on field test report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0uHWVBLuaLg

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6 Tips for Mastering Bokeh

Color me Bokeh. 

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500px ISO » Beautiful Photography, Incredible Stories » 5 Secrets Every Photographer Should Learn

Five lessons for every photographer.

A top community member on 500px unveils his 5 best photography secrets.

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