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How to Photograph Rainbows

The song “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” recalls for many of us the thrills we experienced the first time we saw “The Wizard of Oz”. Decades later, the late and great Hawaiian singer Israel “Iz” Kamakawiwoʻole brought back this sweet song that was mixed with “What a Wonderful World”. The rainbow, with it’s many colors, clean […]

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4 Quick Tips for Gaining Exposure on Photo Sharing Sites

One of the biggest thrills for photographers is sharing their work. After so much thought, time, and effort are invested in finding, composing, capturing, and processing your beautiful shots, it would be a shame for no one to ever see them. In the past, the most effective and efficient means of sharing photos was to […]

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A Photographer’s Guide to Broadcasting on Periscope!

Periscope: Yet another social media tool to learn. And this one wants you to be the star of the show! Being in front of the camera isn’t something a lot of photographers find fun. No problem, no need to broadcast yourself. You can just enjoy the live feeds and training from your favorite scoper if […]

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How to Create A Great Composite Portrait – Part 2: Photoshop Compositing

Previously I’ve talked about preparing and shooting your images for the composite. If you missed it, click here. Once the images are uploaded in Photoshop, the retouching should be done first. I will use the frequency separation technique to retouch the portrait before masking it to fit the other background. Before you start, convert everything […]

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How to Create A Great Composite Portrait – Part 1: Lightroom Preparations

Composite images, if they are realistic enough, require some trickery to be created properly. It requires both photographing and post-processing skills in order to do it right. However, the skill you’ll need in post-processing is, in this case, of far greater importance than the skill required for taking the photos themselves. For this tutorial, I’ve […]

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still life#36-1.jpg by VALERY on Light Stalking f22 20s

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/Weekend Photography Challenge #248 Just What Time IS it

There is a season and a time for every thing. So just what time is it?

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ƒ/4.5 24.0 mm 13 200 well im trying clik to flik

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