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How to Turn Your Photo into a Cartoon Drawing Using Photoshop
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Photography can be traced back all the way to the camera obscura; which was an aid for artists who could then draw their subjects from the projection created by the light passing through the pinhole. Following that tradition, in this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to create a drawing by outlining the subject […]

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How to Geotag Your Photos Using Lightroom and a Smartphone App
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As a landscape and travel photographer, it is important to be able to track where you traveled and note exactly where a specific picture was taken. Sound complicated and expensive? It’s not if you have a smartphone and a geotag app that will track your GPS location. In this article, I’ll show you how to […]

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Adobe RGB Versus sRGB – Which Color Space Should You Be Using and Why
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How frequently have you been to your camera settings to switch between Adobe RGB and sRGB color space? Are you even aware of what these terms mean, or what exactly is a color space? Even I was unaware of these technical terms until a few years back but I quickly realized their importance. What is […]

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How to Easily Simulate a Tilt-Shift Effect Using Photoshop
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You might not know it, but even if you’ve never heard of tilt-shift photography you have probably seen a photograph that was captured in just such a way. A few years ago tilt-shift photos exploded into the mainstream with oddly miniaturized images of cities, cars, and even landscapes going completely viral seemingly overnight. Tilt-shift photography, […]

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How to Make 5 Different Looks using Aurora HDR 2018
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Aurora HDR 2018 has plenty of tricks up its sleeve, and one of those is versatility. It’s not a one-trick pony when it comes to creating your HDR look. The range of different tools really allows you to create a huge variety of looks really easily. Part of that is knowing what your available tools […]

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Tips for Using Your Wide-Angle Lens Better
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One thing I see beginners make mistakes doing when they first get into photography is using a wide-angle lens. Many think it’s just for getting more stuff to fit into your image, but there’s a lot more to it than that. Here are three videos to help you understand wide-angle lenses and use them better […]

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Using Layers and Foreground Interest for Better Landscape Photography
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Have you ever been travelling, come upon a breathtaking vista, and taken a photograph only to find your representation to be a poor record of the view you remember? Welcome to the wonderful world of landscape photography! Capturing that breathtaking view in a photograph is not quite as easy as it looks. Luckily, with a […]

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How to Create Realistic Bokeh and Blur Effects using Photoshop
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Perhaps you want to creatively improve your image, already taken with a depth of field and bokeh or create this effect from scratch for a specific composition. In this article, you will learn how to work with new and old filters and their features, creatively apply textures, even create a bokeh texture from scratch. Also, […]

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How to Add a Rainbow to Your Images Using Photoshop
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A rainbow is a meteorological phenomenon that needs many specific conditions to come together in order to appear, which is why they are not that easy to come across. They are, however, a beautiful and evocative sight, and they are associated with different cultural and even religious meanings. For all these reasons you might want […]

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