Day: July 6, 2017

Understanding an Essential Photo Editing Skill: Masking

Achieving perfect photography requires more than just in-camera skills in today’s environment. Yes, even the professionals now rely on post-production skills to PERFECT their images. One of the most important photo editing skills to learn is called “Masking” and a new in-depth guide was just released to help photographers master it. “This is THE no.1 […]

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Weekly Photography Challenge – Fireworks

Previously I rounded up 21 images of fireworks to get you into a celebratory mood. Now it’s your turn! By Norm Lanier Weekly Photography Challenge – Fireworks Your mission this week is to find a fireworks display and photograph it. If there isn’t one in your area perhaps start with a sparkler and get someone to […]

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You mean they made cameras, too? A tribute to the Samsung NX10

When Samsung left, it left quietly. I was reminded recently by a senior executive that the company never announced that it was officially exiting the camera industry, but even so, right now the chances of us ever seeing an NX2 seem pretty slim. Which is a shame, because the NX1 was a great camera, and […]

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What is Exposure Compensation and How to Use It

In this article, we will go over what exposure compensation is on a digital camera and how you can take advantage of it to make adjustments to your exposure when shooting in camera modes such as aperture priority, shutter priority, program mode and other scene modes of your camera. Every modern camera today has a […]

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A First Look at the Canon 6D Mark II Camera

Canon recently released both the 6D Mark II and SL2 cameras. The 6D Mark II was particularly anticipated, as it is Canon’s cheapest and lightest full-frame DSLR. Here’s a helpful and practical first look at the newest DSLR in the Canon family. [ Read More ] Alex Cooke Click Here to Check out The Complete […]

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