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Smoke & Bubbles Photography
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Smoke & Bubbles Photography

Geoff Baylis (GBaylis)

Is your artistic side craving for a challenging photography project? This comprehensive guide to photograph smoke and bubbles by Nikonian Geoff Baylis (GBaylis) may be what you need, especially when confined indoors during the winter. Read more...

Speeding up your workflow – Lightroom and Camera Raw Defaults
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Speeding up your workflow – Lightroom and Camera Raw Defaults

Rick Walker (walkerr)

For those of us with little time for post-processing, or wanting to speed-up our workflow, Rick Walker suggests setting up defaults, to avoid repetition of steps and to start with a better looking image than as delivered by your camera, when using Lightroom and/or Camera raw Read more...

Moraine Park, Rocky Mountain National Park shooting experience
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Moraine Park, Rocky Mountain National Park shooting experience

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

It is the turn for J. Ramon Palacios (jrp) to take us into his personal experienced approach path to successful landscape photography in this Shooting Experience - Landscape Series. From spot selection, tripod positioning through focal length choices, to composition, actual shooting and then to post-processing. Read more...

Print it or (Potentially) Lose It
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Print it or (Potentially) Lose It

Yvonne Berger (Yvonne_BergerBros)

To print, or not to print? - That is the question! With everything becoming digitized now a days, it's becoming increasingly difficult to keep up with taking pictures, processing them and then printing. Remember when you simply took out your camera, made a few clicks, and then went to get your pictures developed? Easy as pie! Well, now a days taking a few hundred clicks is in the norm and that could end up being both time consuming and costly. So, what are your options? Read more...

Enlarging Digital Images for Publication
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Enlarging Digital Images for Publication

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

Is it possible to take the output from a six-megapixel digital SLR camera and enlarge it until it meets the file-size and quality standards of publishers for digital image submission? This question is being discussed all over the Internet. A large number of people are using cameras in the six-megapixel range, and would like to sell their images to stock agencies, or submit them to magazines for publication. Read more...

How to make your own Photo Book
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How to make your own Photo Book

Marsel van Oosten (Marsel)

When I was still shooting print film, I used to take my rolls to the local camera store and have them developed and printed. At home I would flip through all the images, take out all the bad shots and keep the average and the good ones. My wife would then put all those images in a photo book, together with some decorative items and descriptive taglines. Read more...

Photographer's Guide to Resolution and Print Size
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Photographer's Guide to Resolution and Print Size

J. Ramon Palacios (jrp)

You are now the proud owner of both a film scanner or a digital camera and an inkjet printer. But may have wondered what is the best resolution -or pixel density- of a digitized image to allow for the production of a good print in a given size. Read more...

Monitor Gamma and Calibration
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Monitor Gamma and Calibration

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

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The images on this comunity look best on a calibrated monitor and in a low ambient light room. To achieve a good "gamma calibration" of your monitor, please follow the steps outlined below. You should also have a system capable of producting 16-bit (high color) or 24-bit (true color) color depth. Read more...

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