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    Edit Your Photo In Photoshop

    So you’ve taken a group of photos that you’re ready to use, whether they’re for some your album, the cloud, Facebook album, Instagram posts, or any other reason. But you’ve noticed that some of them are off, or not perfect. Some of them may be blurry or out of focus, some may be off center,…

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    Finding Your Style In Photography

    Do I need to find my own style, or my own “look” when it comes to taking pictures? As I continue to improve on my photography skills, this is something that always been in the back of my mind, beyond improving my technique and taking better quality images on a regular basis.     Do…

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    Using Smart Objects In Photoshop

    Have you ever taken an image using your smartphone or digital camera and it wasn’t exactly the best quality? Or perhaps it was a bit out of focus and you just knew it needed to be tweaked or edited before posting it? If Photoshop is the first word that comes to your mind, then the…

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    Do I Really Need a Tripod For My DSLR Camera?

              Product: Xtech Durable Pro Series 60 inch Full size Tripod Price: $24-$32 The Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon Size/Dimensions: 22.4 x 4.3 x 4.2 inches Weight: 2 lbs Guarantee/Warranty: Depends on seller My Rating: 8/10 Product Specifications Includes Top of the line Professional Series Full-size 60 inch Tripod for Cameras…

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    Filters for Black & White Photography

    When I first decided to venture in to taking black and white photographs, I have to admit, I was a bit gullible. I literally thought it was as simple as just taking color photos on your camera (the one on my Samsung) and just converting them to Black and White in photoshop and be done…

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    Using the Nikon D3200 as your first DSLR camera

      Product: Nikon D3200 24.2MP Digital SLR Camerakit w/ 18-55mm VR lens Price: $250-$549 Cheapest Place to Buy: Amazon Size/Dimensions: 3.80” x 4.90” X 3” Weight: 9.3 lbs Guarantee/Warranty: 1-Year SquareTrade Warranty My Rating: 9/10     Product Specifications 24.2 Megapixel DX-format CMOS Image Sensor ISO sensitivity range 100-6400, expandable to ISO 12800 equivalent Fast…

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    Beginning Street Photography

    Street Photography. You might as well replace these two words with public speaking as far as I’m concerned. To me, this is something out of the ordinary, and well outside of my comfort zone – the one where I’m setting up my shots to photograph someone in a portrait, or a group of individuals whom…

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    Night Photography for Beginners

    In the early part of my career, I basically would only take particular types of photos when I first started learning photography: pictures of your relatives, friends, neighbors, outdoors, some landscape and street photography, and even still life. Even outdoors, when shooting, I’m careful and learned not to shoot directly into the sun, and always…

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    Beginning Landscape Photography

    What is the best way to start shooting landscape photography as a beginner? Well I think it starts with a few basic principles, some of them that I picked up as an illustrator & artist, others that I learned along the way when learning basic photography skills. A few interesting points that come to my…

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    Using Circular Polarizing Filters

    When taking photographs, why aren’t my skies ever really blue? Why can’t I ever capture exactly what’s just beneath the water? And why, on a clear day, does is appear that there’s a little more haze in my images than I can see through my viewfinder? I ask myself the same questions when it comes…

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