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The Client Wants to Buy Their Favorite Image From the Photoshoot, but It Is Not Sharp. What Do You Do?

The Client Wants to Buy Their Favorite Image From the Photoshoot, but It Is Not Sharp. What Do You Do?

It’s a very mixed feeling: you are happy they like the shot, but you are also disappointed that it’s not sharp. I’m going to share my way of dealing with the situation, but I am also curious about your way of handling the problem.

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Why You Should Use Lightroom Presets and When You Should Avoid Them

Why You Should Use Lightroom Presets and When You Should Avoid Them

Lightroom presets are a great way to create quick and effective edits, but if you’re relatively new to photo editing, it might be useful to know how to make the most of them and when they should be avoided.

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Why You Should Be Using Capture One Pro Instead of Lightroom

Why You Should Be Using Capture One Pro Instead of Lightroom

For hardened Lightroom users such as myself, Capture One Pro can feel like a bit of a mystery. What are the advantages and why would you consider changing? Ignoring for a moment the pros and cons of payment models, here are some excellent reasons why Capture One Pro might be worth investigating.

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6 Secrets to Shooting and Retouching Dramatic Sunsets

6 Secrets to Shooting and Retouching Dramatic Sunsets

Shooting and editing sunsets and sunrises can be tricky with such a wide dynamic range. In this video, there are six tips on how to achieve those dramatic, attention grabbing shots.

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How I Used Lightroom’s Range Masks to Bring out the Vibrant Colors in This Photo

How I Used Lightroom's Range Masks to Bring out the Vibrant Colors in This Photo

If you’ve not used Adjustment Brushes with Range Masks to make subtle changes to colors in Lightroom, you’re missing out. This is how I used both tools to finish my edit of this rock climbing photograph.

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The Easiest Way to Give Your Images a Fresh New Look

The Easiest Way to Give Your Images a Fresh New Look

One area a lot of photographers can focus their quarantined free time is updating their portfolios. Unfortunately, taking new and fresh photos is probably not part of that process, but that doesn’t mean you still can’t find new images to add to your website or social media stream.

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Can Sitting Too Close to Your Screen Damage Your Vision?

Can Sitting Too Close to Your Screen Damage Your Vision?

As far as I know, most photographers and videographers tend to edit their own content. This generally means that most of them spend a great deal of their time in front of a screen. Is all of that screen time causing damage to our eyes?

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Dean Samed: The UK’s Most Prolific Genre Cover Artist

Dean Samed: The UK's Most Prolific Genre Cover Artist

If you ever entered the dark depths of Deviant Art a few years back, you would have most likely stumbled upon the name Conzpiracy at some point in your journey. Like a modern-day urban legend, his complex manipulations of the macabre made waves through the DA community.

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Adding Texture to Your Backgrounds in Photoshop Easily

Adding Texture to Your Backgrounds in Photoshop Easily

A long time ago, I got to visit a friend down in the south of England. We drank (quite a lot of beer), we ate (lots of chocolate brownies), and we set up to shoot a moody portrait.

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