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CampFireJack
How to Open a File From Bridge into Photoshop
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Please feel free to use this forum for everything photography related. We hope to build this area into a place where members can share photography tutorials, tricks, tips, hacks, their photos, and...
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KodyWallice
What's the best way to obtain the optimal exposure for your photographs? That's easy. You'll need to practice and experiment. And you'll also need to make a lot of mistakes. Those mistakes are...
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15Katey
As you begin taking an ever increasing number of photos, you'll start to realize exactly what your camera is capable of. Brands and models have their own idiosyncrasies. For instance, I know my...
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KristinaW
Every time you half press your camera's shutter button, the camera "meters" your scene. Metering is when the camera's light sensor assesses the given light that's in front of it. Sometimes, it's...
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EmeraldHike
Out of all photography topics out there, this one is my favorite. I love teaching others about the theory behind what we do and if I can help someone understand this simple concept, I think...
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KristinaW
I just finished the third section of the book titled Digital Photography Complete Course and made it to the review questions and answers page. I thought I'd ask the questions here and then give my...
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KristinaW
No matter how much preparation you put into your shot, you're most likely going to need to do a little post-processing to get it just right. As much as I'd love to say that you can sit and tinker...
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KristinaW
LukeLewis
When you begin learning about photography and how your camera works, you'll need to consistently challenge yourself. Do this for a few reasons. First, you'll want to learn each and every available...
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CampFireJack
When you press your camera's shutter button half way down, your camera meters the scene and sets its exposure based on the entire scene. Most of the time, your camera gets it right and the...
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CaptainDan
We all know about the automatic modes our cameras offer and we also know about the priority modes, such as Aperture Priority and Shutter Priority, but how well do we know the scene modes? If you...
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LukeLewis
I love discussing how to use basic shooting modes with newer photography enthusiasts. The reason behind this is that so few beginners actually know what to do with them. And after they try to...
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LukeLewis
CampFireJack
Both DSLR and mirrorless cameras have lots of features and modes to help the budding photographer take stellar photographs. Full Manual mode can be tricky to use for beginners, so Canon, Nikon...
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15Katey
I just finished reading the chapter of my photography book that covers lens focus. At the end of it was a page that held many questions on the topic. While the multiple choice answers were given...
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JodyBuchanan
When it comes to photography, focus is huge. Besides lighting and composition, focus is one of the most important aspects to consider. The adding of purposeful blur along with the absence of any...
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KristinaW
Locking Focus Early on, you'll find that your camera can be very annoying in one respect, depending on how it's set. Let's say you get situated in a scene and push your shutter button half way...
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EmeraldHike
There's a lot to know about focusing in regards to photography. There's what to focus on, how to best use your manual and autofocus features, and how to select your focus points on your specific...
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WendyMay
Using autofocus on your camera is a no-brainer. It's what most of us do, unless we're in a very specific type of situation where we need to focus in on something in particular. And even then, we...
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WendyMay
As you probably already know, there are two methods for focusing your lens; manual and autofocus. With manual focus, you physically use your hand to turn the focus ring on your lens. With...
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WendyMay
Focus is undoubtedly one of the most important aspects you need to consider while photographing any type of subject. The focus contained within a photograph has the ability to dictate how the...
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WendyMay
WendyMay
Well, I just finished the first section of Digital Photography Complete Course. All of my posts on this section are contained in this forum. At the end of the section are a bunch of multiple...
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WendyMay
After you've been editing photos for a while, you'll find that you make the same fixes time and time again. I've got this down to a science and can almost edit my photos with my eyes closed...
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