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Is This Photoshopped?

At some point or another, most photographers will be asked a certain question that is typically expected to be answered with a simple “yes” or “no.” An admirer sees your photo, stares at it in awe, and in disbelief they ask “Is this Photoshopped?” The answer: Yes. But No.  Alright, sort of, but just probably […]

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Using Vignettes in Landscape Photography

Vignettes are nothing new in photography. In fact, the technique of using vignettes in landscape photography is nothing new either. Photographers have always used vignettes to pull attention to specific portions of a photograph. Take a look at your favorite photographer’s portfolio. It’s probably got vignettes in 50% of the photos. Vignettes in landscape photography […]

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Three Ways to Use Luminance Masks in Photoshop

Thanks to software like Photoshop, there are continuous techniques that are being developed by photographers to make their work dreamy and realistic. One of the drawbacks to using cameras is that they don’t always accomplish creating the dynamic range that our eyes can see. One of the techniques to create a great photograph with additional […]

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Aurora HDR

The wonderful and amazing Trey Ratcliff has developed his own HDR software that’s actually really easy to use! I’ve got the pre-order ready for you! Just click here for the awesome pre-order bundle price! All words, photos, and videos in this post are by Trey, not me. Holy Aurora Batman! I Made My Own HDR Software […]

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How to Create Filters in Lightroom

I’ve been using Lightroom for the past four years now and have seen the vast improvements and added features that they have released with every new version of the photography editing software. I’m so pleased that Lightroom listens to what photographers want, and most importantly deliver on those wants. More and more I’ve discovered that […]

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How to Use the Dehaze Tool in Lightroom CC

Since Lightroom CC has launched, the great people at Adobe have been rolling out great features for photographers to use when editing photos. Editing photos isn’t bad. It lets photographers enhance photographs from their RAW state to make them more like the scene they saw whenever they snapped the shutter. The first two tools that […]

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Creating Digital Art With Your Photography – Episode 115

A couple weeks ago, I asked Photography Roundtable listeners to send in suggestions of how to make the podcast better. One of the topics I got was one that had to deal with creating digital art with your photography. Now, this really tickled my fancy because it’s something that I’ve been experimenting with in the past […]

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Photographers Should Learn to Use GoPro Software

This is a preliminary warning to the photography purists reading this that think photography should only consist or a camera, lenses, and a tripod. If you think like that, look away! Be warned, I’m talking about GoPro in this post! Now to your regularly scheduled post… Photoshop, Lightroom, and GoPro software? That’s right. I’ve started […]

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