Day: December 6, 2017

How to Master Natural Light Portraiture

I love working with natural light, I always have. Even more so now that our digital cameras have sensors so incredibly capable of making images in extremely low light. Making portraits using natural light only is a good skill to learn so you can make photographs anywhere. Here are some tips to help you mast […]

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How to Use Local Adjustment Scrubby Sliders in Lightroom

The programmers at Adobe have done an excellent job at making Lightroom accessible and easy to use. But don’t be fooled by the software’s straightforward appearance—there are a few tricks and shortcuts that most users overlook entirely. Anthony Morganti reveals a particularly useful hidden tool that is sure to impact the way Lightroom devotees go about making […]

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Using Your Own Darkness to Influence Your Conceptual Photography

Generations of musicians have expressed their sorrow and grief through their chosen medium, yet seeking inspiration in these dark places is somewhat niche in amateur photography. I caught up with emerging British talent Michelle Mackie to understand how she expresses these sullen tones in her conceptual photography. [ Read More ] Mike Briggs Click Here […]

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Lifeprint unveils larger, WiFi-enabled version of its AR-equipped mobile printer

Lifeprint, the company behind the mobile photo printers with embedded augmented reality technology, today announced its second model, which produces larger prints than the original version and offers Wi-Fi connectivity as well. The new printer can print images that are 3 by 4.5 inches in size—compared to the original model’s minuscule 2 by 3 inch […]

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