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A Complete Guide to Enhancing Eyes in Photoshop

The eyes are one of the most crucial parts of a person when it comes to portraiture and retouching, as they are the first thing a viewer looks at and generally the establishment point of human interaction. This helpful tutorial will give you a complete guide to retouching eyes to give them a natural, vibrant […]

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A Complete Guide to a Popular Children’s Portraiture Retouching Look

If you look at a lot of children’s portraiture, you’ll probably notice a popular look that is the signature of quite a few photographers, namely natural light, shallow depth of field, and an airy, soft, and vibrant retouch. This awesome and comprehensive tutorial will show you how to replicate that look in your own work. […]

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New: The Photography in Bad Weather Guide at 60% Off

When the weather turns sour… most of us tend to stay inside. But poor weather actually brings some of the greatest photography opportunities that you will ever get a chance to shoot. If you want to learn some new outdoor photography techniques – effective even when faced with clouds, rain, and lousy light – then […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Adobe Lightroom: Part 1

It is easy to feel overwhelmed with the many different features of Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom has so many possibilities, that even after years of using it, I still am consistently learning something new. I have found that there are so many new photographers who either feel too overwhelmed to start learning the intensive software, or […]

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New: Bokeh & Depth of Field Masters Guide

Imagine having the knowledge to confidently create beautiful background blur, in any situation with any lens. Creating Beautiful Background Blur is a new comprehensive technical training guide on the subject of depth of field – filled with in-depth tutorials and secrets to creating gorgeous, creamy, bokeh background images. And best of all, today we were able […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Crop Factor

In the photography world, whether you just became a part of it or you have been shooting for a while, the term crop factor is something that comes up very often. Since there are so many cameras and camera systems available now, this term is very popular in product specifications, marketing materials, articles, books, and […]

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The First and Last Guide to Cleaning Your Camera You Will Ever Need (Cringeworthy)

Don’t do this! Are your lenses so dirty you need to do color correction every time you take a shot? Do you change your lenses so often that the noise in your photos is due exclusively to sensor dust?  Ever wonder how to return your camera to an out-of-the-box shine before reselling it on Ebay? […]

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