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June, 2017

  • 9 June

    7 Tips and Tricks for Photographing Landscapes With a Wide-Angle Lens

    By and large, the landscape images you see in magazines and online are taken with a wide-angle lens. It’s the go-to focal length for landscapes for a variety of reasons, not the least of which that the angle of view allows you to capture more of the scene before you. …

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  • 9 June

    How to Photograph the 2017 Solar Eclipse: Gear List

    Mark you calendars for August 21, 2017, if you haven’t already! That’s the day that a huge tract of North America will get to enjoy the first total solar eclipse in decades (and for decades to come, too). People have been planning their journeys to cities in the path of …

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  • 9 June

    Photoshop Tricks You Don’t Want to Miss

    For me, one of the difficulties I faced when I started in photography was simply trying to figure out what I could do in Photoshop. Don’t get me wrong – it’s a great program and I think it’s been well developed and organized to maximize its potential. But there’s a …

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  • 9 June

    Head to Head: Lightroom vs Photoshop

    What’s the difference between Lightroom and Photoshop? That’s about as common a question as you’ll find in photography… After all, both programs are made by Adobe, and both have many similar features. But for the uninitiated, Lightroom and Photoshop have several very important distinctions that make them better suited to …

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  • 9 June

    5 Alternatives to Your Vanilla Photography

    I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get a little tired of doing the same old thing with my photos. I mean, there’s a lot of beautiful scenery nearby that gives me all sorts of chances to take some pretty good landscape photos. But occasionally, even the most beautiful …

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