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Use Your Lightroom Presets in Photoshop With Preset Brewery

Let’s face it, many photographers these days utilize Lightroom presets to either expedite their workflow or to help spur creativity when they are in a rut. But have you ever wanted to use a Lightroom preset as a layer in Photoshop, or potentially layer two presets together? Well look no further, Preset Brewery by Adam Bardon makes life easy with a click of a button.

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Author: Trey Amick
Posted: January 19, 2018, 3:00 am

A Quick Tutorial on How to Use the Pen Tool in Photoshop

Of all the tools and features in Photoshop, perhaps none strike more fear into the heart of the unsuspecting photographer than the Pen Tool. If you're one of those people, this great tutorial will show you both how the Pen Tool behaves and how to put those rules to use in practice.

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Author: Alex Cooke
Posted: January 19, 2018, 2:00 am

Watch a Drone Rescue Two Drowning Swimmers

Drones get a lot of criticism for both privacy and air safety concerns, but they also hold enormous potential beyond simply making aerial photography and videography available to the average shooter. This video shows some of that potential as a drone saves two swimmers caught in a rip current.

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Author: Alex Cooke
Posted: January 19, 2018, 1:15 am

How to Make $60,000 in One Year Selling Fine Art Photographs

The world of fine art photography exists in the lofty shadows of the photography industry, it’s secrets hidden behind an air of elite mystery. While endless tutorials on how to make a living as a portrait photographer can be found with a quick google search, how to make a living as a fine art photographer remains a more nebulous subject. Last year, award-winning Fine Art Photographer Jason Matias made $60,000 selling fine art prints, and he’s taking away some of the mystery by sharing part of his journey — and solid advice — for budding fine art photographers who want to do the same thing.

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Author: Nicole York
Posted: January 19, 2018, 12:00 am

The 100-Megapixel Medium-Format Photo Series Taken While Hanging Out of a Helicopter

Earlier this month we published an image of a stealth bomber, taken from above, shot by a photographer who hung out a plane. And now you have to see the work of Jin-Woo Prensena, who captures 100-megapixel aerial images of Los Angeles and beyond with a Phase One XF medium-format camera, shooting from a helicopter.

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Author: Jack Alexander
Posted: January 18, 2018, 11:00 pm

How I Got the Shot Even While I Was Screwing Up

Ever have one of those shoots that seems to never go as planned? Ever have fail after fail but you have to maintain your focus just for the client? This can happen with underwater sessions in a matter of minutes. When you are dealing with something as beautiful but chaotic as water, knowing you have the tools to fix the issues will help regain your sanity.

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Author: Jennifer Tallerico
Posted: January 18, 2018, 10:00 pm
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WAJDA PHOTO – Film vs. Digital Photographers: Is There a Difference?


By: Kenneth Wajda

Published on Dec 27, 2017

WAJDA PHOTO – Film vs. Digital Photographers: Is There a Difference?

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Venus Optics Laowa 7.5mm f/2 for M4/3 Review by Darren Miles

By: Darren Miles

Published on Jan 13, 2018 – Southwest Florida Portrait, Real Estate, Wedding and Family Photographer

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CONCLUSION: So to wrap up this review, we give the Venus optics, compact dreamer, lightweight 7.5mm f/2 lens a 35.5/40 and our Recommended Rating.

THE FINAL WORD: More often than not, wide angle lenses suffer from some inherent issues, weak edge performance, distortion, vignetting, and bad flare performance, well, I’m pleased to report that laowa does a great job with distortion control and edge performance, both seem to be really great as the verticals straight out of camera are in fact pretty straight and the edges look really sharp to my eyes, however, the laowa does suffer from strong vignetting – especially wide open and weak flare performance in brightly lit situations, which again aren’t really strong suits for most wide angle lenses, but they are noticeable in the Laowa – but all in, at just $519 the laowa does in fact offer some really nice benefits for this kind of price – specifically, if you’re a drone operator, video shooter and if you do real estate and landscape photography – sure, you only get manual focus and aperture control, but again, when it’s this wide, big scenes are going to be mostly in focus anyway at or close to infinity on the focus ring. In spite of its shortcomings, the pros, definitely outweigh the cons.

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8 Cinematic LUTs Pack by Mathieu Stern ( ZOOLOGY)

By: Mathieu Stern

Originally published on Jan 8, 2018

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8 High Quality Cinematic LUTs That I Created and use all the time
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Nikon D850: Hercules Rising

By: Nikon Asia

Originally published on Nov 21, 2017

Shot exclusively on the #Nikon #D850 by photographer Marsel van Oosten, Hercules Rising is an epic 8K UHD time-lapse masterpiece.

Experience the magic, day or night with 45-megapixel images in phenomenal detail with minimal noise.

Discover the advanced features of the D850 here:

Note: This 4K UHD data was downconverted from an 8K time-lapse movie produced* with 45-megapixel still images captured using the interval timer mode on the D850 for viewing on the social networking sites.

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Behind Hercules

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Nikon D850 VS D500 Using the Nikkor 200-500 – Osprey Feeding Frenzy

By: Mark Smith

Published on Nov 30, 2017

I take my D850, my D500 and the Nikkor 200-500 out in search of feeding osprey and I find them. I wanted to see which camera handled the fast action of these birds.

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