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Dream Lake & Nymph Lake shooting experience
How-to's Travel Stories

Dream Lake & Nymph Lake shooting experience

Rick Walker (walkerr)

Rick Walker takes us into his personal experienced approach path to successful landscape photography. From tripod positioning through focal length choices, to composition, actual shooting and then to post-processing. Read more...

Capture One Pro 8 Review
Software Reviews

Capture One Pro 8 Review

Martin Turner (Martin Turner)

Capture One is the premium Raw Developer package, squarely aimed at professionals who need to combine excellent results with a robust workflow and the ability to manage large numbers of big files swiftly. Now it comes with the Pro Version 8. Get to know the new tool from Phase One. Read more...

Digital Tidbits: Three Methods for Post-Processing Greens
How-to's Software Reviews

Digital Tidbits: Three Methods for Post-Processing Greens

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

For most photographs of nature, the color green is essential to the overall impact and believability of the image. If the greens look good, then the rest of the photo is believable. In this article, Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen) will show you three ways for achieving believable greens using a variety of software tools. Read more...

Why Post Process RAW Images?
How-to's Software Reviews

Why Post Process RAW Images?

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

Some people have asked what is the point of post processing images. Darrell Young shows you an example of why he shoots in RAW and post processes afterwards. Read more...

How to Fill In Missing Pixels From Panorama Stitches
How-to's Software Reviews

How to Fill In Missing Pixels From Panorama Stitches

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

Panoramas are a lot of fun not only because of the pleasing visual effect but also because of the challenges they may represent to get it right. One of such challenges is missing pixels while stitching together the images made. Mike Hagen shows us how to go about it without much hassle. Read more...

Unraveling the Mysteries of Digital Image Blending
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Unraveling the Mysteries of Digital Image Blending

Larry Anderson (mnbuilder49)

While at the 13th Annual Nikonians Photo Adventure Trip (ANPAT) our van took a morning break at the hotel while the snow was not inviting outside. Larry, a very good friend of many years and Nikonians Moderator of the HDR forum, invited us to share his experience on image blending in Photoshop. Regardless of the level of expertise of those of us watching, this brief session was a revelation… Enjoy! Read more...

What is Lightroom? Is it necessary in my workflow?
Software Reviews

What is Lightroom? Is it necessary in my workflow?

Yvonne Berger (Yvonne_BergerBros)

What is Adobe Lightroom? Would this program benefit my overall workflow? Find out how to manage, edit, and convert your photos quickly and easily, with Lightroom. It's a basic program that sometimes gets overlooked. For those minor fixes, but in a quantified amount, you just might have your go-to fixer-picker-upper! Read more...

Capture One Pro 7 Review
Software Reviews

Capture One Pro 7 Review

Martin Turner (Martin Turner)

Significant upgrade extends lead, but older machines will struggle! Capture One Pro version 7 is a significant advance on version 6, especially for Nikon users who now have access to Live View while tethering. Some improvements include noise reduction, better color rendering, and profiling for popular pro Nikon Camera/lens combinations. Find out what else is under the hood. Read more...

Photo Ninja Review
Software Reviews

Photo Ninja Review

Ernesto Santos (esantos)

PictureCode is a serious contender in the raw converter/processor arena. With little effort you can easily produce excellent images with great color, detail, and separation of tones. Not to mention the noise reduction is something else out of this world. See the full review and judge for yourself. Read more...

Better Black and White Images in Lightroom
How-to's Software Reviews

Better Black and White Images in Lightroom

Josh Larkin (tonupbandit)

A guide to producing better black and white images in Lightroom. If you're going black and white with any photograph, the end result can be made stronger by doing things yourself and not just letting your software decide how to create the tones and contrast that ultimately make for a powerful black and white image. Read more...

Bookshelf 14: Digital Photography
Books

Bookshelf 14: Digital Photography

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

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Here you find various recommended books on Digital Imaging, Printing & Software. Read more...

Color management basics: Additive and subtractive colors
How-to's

Color management basics: Additive and subtractive colors

Hal Becker (HBB)

I prepared these charts as an aid to a few people I am tutoring in basic color management concepts. This is not meant to be a rigorous treatment of color theory or management, simply an introduction for those interested. Read more...

Review Capture Pilot v1.2 With Camera Control
Software Reviews

Review Capture Pilot v1.2 With Camera Control

Mike Hagen (Mike_Hagen)

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A few months ago I tested Capture Pilot v1.0 for the iPad and fell in love with the product. At the time, Capture Pilot’s functionality was limited to an image viewer with the ability to integrate with Capture One Pro for ranking and rating images. Even using Capture Pilot strictly as a viewer, it was a fantastic companion for the studio. Over these last few months, Phase One has been diligently at work creating new updates for their software and recently released Capture Pilot v1.2. Read more...

Annotate! by Nikonians - The user guide
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Annotate! by Nikonians - The user guide

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

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Annotate! by Nikonians is a free software enabling you to annotate, find, share and keyword your images through an intuitive interface. Read more...

Annotate Expert Review
Software Reviews

Annotate Expert Review

Bo Stahlbrandt (bgs)

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Bo Stahlbrandt reviews the Annotate Expert software by Nikonians and gives tips on how and where to effectively use it. Read more...

OnOne Plug-In Suite 5 Review
Software Reviews

OnOne Plug-In Suite 5 Review

Ernesto Santos (esantos)

On One Software has a tag line for their newest plug-in suite for Photoshop. “Solve the Six Most Common Problems in Photoshop”, it says. Read more...

The OnOne Photoshop Bundle
Software Reviews

The OnOne Photoshop Bundle

Martin Turner (Martin Turner)

The OnOne Photoshop plugins bundle offers three industry leading tools, one-nice-to-have, an odd-box neither fish-nor-foul which you'll either find incredibly useful or incredibly annoying, and a tool that improves on a Photoshop built-in function. Read more...

Adobe Digital Workflow Series
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Adobe Digital Workflow Series

George M (NikonGeorge)

This series of 72 articles contains useful hints, tips, and tutorials on using Adobe Lightroom Beta and Adobe Photoshop CS2 to manage and edit your digital photography. Read more...

Nikon Capture and Nikon Digital cameras
Software Reviews

Nikon Capture and Nikon Digital cameras

Darrell Young (DigitalDarrell)

One thing that I think really helps my images is converting them in Nikon Capture (NC). I have noticed that the images are visibly better looking immediately, when they are converted in NC. With the new version 4.4, even the speed seems much better, once the image is open. Read more...

Photo Image Filters for Adobe Photoshop (free)
Software Reviews

Photo Image Filters for Adobe Photoshop (free)

Michiel Kamermans (Mikepoison)

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Photo Image is a collection of Adobe Photoshop® filters meant for retouching photographs. The collection consists of Chrome, Enhance, Expose and Temperature filters. See what you can achieve with them on our examples. Read more...

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