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Combine HDR Photos in Lightroom CC

It’s been a couple months since Adobe officially announced and released their latest upgrade to the Lightroom family, Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6. The difference between Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6 is that Lightroom 6 is the one time buy version of the software. Lightroom CC is actually the Creative Cloud version of the software. For […]

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How to Combine Panoramas in Lightroom CC

It’s been a couple months since Adobe officially announced and released their latest upgrade to the Lightroom family, Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6. The difference between Lightroom CC and Lightroom 6 is that Lightroom 6 is the one time buy version of the software. Lightroom CC is actually the Creative Cloud version of the software. For […]

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Google+ Hangout for the Lightroom Course

About a month ago, I did a really elaborate overview for my Lightroom course over on Google+ with my good photography friend Josh Schmidt. He was kind enough to interview me about the Lightroom course that I released that literally takes you through every single editing tool you can use in Lightroom to make a […]

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How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Burning and dodging has always been a very useful way of editing a photograph. Now, this isn’t a new strategy at all even though we are talking about using this technique in Photoshop. This technique has actually been around for a very long time and was used in the darkroom to develop film photographs. In […]

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When is it Too Much Editing?

I realize that writing an article about making too many edits to photography is like stepping into no man’s land of a war, but I’m going to do it anyway and give my take. There are photographers out there who love to make edits to their work, and there are those who like to keep […]

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Introducing the Lightroom Tutorial Course!

$90 [maxbutton id=”15″] I’m pleased to announce the Lightroom tutorial course package! So often, photographers are able to shoot amazing photographs, but they are unable to take their photos to the next level through the editing process. Lightroom is one of the most organized and easiest editing programs you can use to enhance your photos […]

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8 Lightroom Shortcuts You Should Know

Lightroom is an extremely powerful tool that photographers can use to enhance their photographs. However, some photographers aren’t tapping into the full potential that Lightroom offers. Because Lightroom has made advancements in the organization of photographs, as well as the overall editing workflow process, there are certain Lightroom shortcuts photographers can use for faster editing. […]

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How to Create Time-Lapse in Photoshop

Not long ago I wrote an article explaining what time-lapse photography is and how to shoot time-lapse photos. This is part 2 of that article, because this will help you get through the editing portion of time-lapse in Photoshop. That’s right! You don’t need some wildly expensive software to create time-lapse videos, you just need […]

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Why You Should Always Backup Your Photos

Way back in the days of film photography, you could keep all of your photos on slides. Today, in the digital age, you don’t have direct access to your physical copies of your photos unless you have created numerous prints. Storing all of your photographs as digital files saves space and clutter, no doubt. However, […]

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Using Photoshop for Your Panorama Photography

There are a lot of ways you can communicate the vastness of landscapes through photography tools and techniques. You could shoot with a wide angle lens instead of a 70-200 to create depth between objects. You could even take photos from different perspectives to show different angles within a landscape that are rarely seen. One […]

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Infrared Photography Preset in Lightroom

Infrared photography is a great way to see the world differently. You see, humans cannot see infrared light with the naked eye. Whenever you change a photograph to an infrared image, you see the reflection of light completely differently. The sky looks different, trees, grass, human skin, and everything else looks completely foreign to what […]

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1 Photo, 5 Different Photo Styles

Taking great photographs and learning to compose them properly is one thing, but learning to develop your photo styles is another. Photo styles can be described as how you like to display your photographic portfolio, or even what you are known for in photography. Many professional photographers got their start by being known for one […]

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