Day: January 6, 2018

What is GPU Accelerated in Lightroom?

A while ago, Adobe finally added Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) Acceleration to its Lightroom post-processing software. It was exciting news, as many photographers could not wait to take advantage of their fast GPU cards in order to speed up Lightroom, which was getting painfully slower with each new release. Unfortunately, GPU acceleration turned out to […]

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Shooting Kīlauea Volcano, Part 3: At Sea

In the first part of this series, I talked about shooting Kilauea’s lava surface-flows using a drone. In the second part I talked about shooting the lava with a DSLR from the ground. This time, I’d like to take you on the mini-adventure of sailing on the Pacific’s rough waters and shooting the lava entering […]

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How to Make Storytelling Landscape Photos – 4 Steps

When we think of storytelling images, we immediately think of people doing something in a documentary type of photograph. After all, people make the most interesting stories. But landscapes have stories too. As a landscape photographer, you can create a collection of images that tell a story about a place without having people as the […]

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10 Tips for DSLR Camera Newbies

If you’ve recently progressed to using a DSLR camera, these ten short tips will help you get off to a great start! 1. Keep Hold of Your Camera Manual You will quickly learn that you can’t live without it. Make sure you keep it handy and take time to read it frequently, particularly in those […]

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