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What is the most important thing you’ve learned about photography?

What is the most important thing you’ve learned about photography As students of the photographic arts, we are on a wonderful journey of learning. The more we learn, the greater our ability to express ourselves artistically. From learning to use equipment, or pushing our knowledge of post-processing software, or coming to terms with marketing ourselves, […]

How to Make A Composite To Add Clouds in Photoshop

How to Make A Composite To Add Clouds in Photoshop Making composites are a sure-fire way for enhancing photos. The purists among us photographers will be disgusted at the very notion. Personally I prefer not to make a composite and avoid the necessity to do so. However, I’m not appalled at the thought of having […]

Photographic Distortion and Perspective Correction

Photographic Distortion and Perspective Correction This Photographic Distortion and Perspective Correction Article is by Chris Mitchell. If you would like to write for us, please read here. In this article I’m going to talk about correcting “distortions” in digital images.  The kind of issues I’m referring to are: distortion resulting from differences between the angle of the camera […]

How to Turn Forests into Autumn Colours in Photoshop

How to Turn Forests into Autumn Colours in Photoshop Autumn is always a very exciting time for us landscape photographers. When the leave of trees turn yellow, orange and brown, a forest canopy that was previoulsy devoid of character, now springs to life. Combine these colours with fog, mist, or even a low setting sun […]

10 Tips For Effective Seascape Photography

10 Tips For Effective Seascape Photography Being able to capture seascapes with powerful tides, interesting rock formations and dramatic light, is one of the most rewarding experiences for any landscape/seascape photographer. Just being around the water, before sunrise, with no one around, is a calming feeling. But to come away with a beautiful seascape image […]

How to Fix a Blowout on the Horizon in Photoshop

How to Fix a Blowout in Photoshop Blowouts occur when there is excessive light in a contrasting scene. Such as in this tutroial where we have the sun setting behind some mountains. The light from the sun is illuminating the bottom of the clouds fantastically, giving them a fiery glow. On the mountain ridge you […]

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