How to Turn On City Lights Using Lightroom

How to Turn On City Lights Using Lightroom The glow of streetlights and the like can add a nice bit of warmth, elegance, and atmosphere to a nighttime cityscape photo, but, of course, you do not get control over those lights, and they will not always be turned on when you are out shooting. It is […]

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IS FILM PHOTOGRAPHY DEAD?

PHOTOGRAPHY! IS FILM PHOTOGRAPHY DEAD? The Art Of Film Photography We live in a digital age of photography, that fact is quite obvious!  It seems as though everyone from hobbyists to professional photographers are sporting the latest DSLR’s. So, is real film photography dead? The simple answer is NO. While digital cameras make beautiful images accessible to many people, real […]

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How to badly taken photos with these editing tips

Let’s be honest, we’ve all had those awkward moments where we ask a stranger if they could take a photo of us, and they oh-so-kindly oblige. They click away, then ask you if it’s ok. You take one look and your creative eye wants to vomit because “HOW did they get the composition SO wrong?” […]

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COLOR GRADING IN LIGHTROOM; 5 TIPS FOR WORKING QUICKLY

COLOR GRADING IN LIGHTROOM; 5 TIPS FOR WORKING QUICKLY The Power of Color Grading Color is one of the most powerful tools a photographer has to affect the way viewers interpret images. Even a simple shift of color temperature or color saturation can make a world of difference. That is what makes color grading such an important […]

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How To Get Perfect Skin Tones In Lightroom

One of the most daunting challenges any photographer faces is getting the skin tone correct – or close to correct – in a portrait. There is no need to fret, though, because you can correct skin tone in post-production through Lightroom.  That perfect skin tone in an image is what can set a professional portrait apart […]

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