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Welcome back to the part four in our series on watermarking your photos. By now we’ve examined the reasons why watermarks are important and what information you should be adding in your watermarks, along with some Photoshop techniques for creating watermarks. In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at Adobe Lightroom 3 and...
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Welcome to the third post in our series on Digital Watermarking Techniques! Many of you have asked about using frames, and while they are not a typical “watermark” so to speak, they do offer the same limited protections that a conventional watermark does. The use of frames as a watermark per se, is a rather...
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At some point in every digital photographer’s journey there comes a point where we are faced with the question: To watermark, or not to watermark? The decision on whether to add a digital watermark over your beautiful photos is a personal one, but of course there are pros and cons (call them “consequences” if you...
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Question: How can I find a photography agency to work for, who will get my work out there by representing me? Answer: Great question! Actually, there are two equally important answers to this question. Finding a photography agency to represent you and your work requires both the skill of learning how to market and present...
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Today we’re going to talk about one of the lesser known facets of digital images, called EXIF data. The term EXIF itself stands for “Exchangable Image File” which is a fancy way of saying “image details” that get stored inside your digital photo files. What is it? When you take a digital photograph, your camera...
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There is a lot to be said for “self-learning”. In fact, that’s mainly what our blog and online magazine are all about. One of the great things about self-teaching is that you can learn the things that you want to learn, at the pace which you are comfortable working. The downsides are that you must...
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There is nothing like the simplistic beauty of a black and white photograph. Many photographers would even go so far as to argue that black and white photography is more challenging than color. Last month we had the privilege of reading The Magic of Black and White by Andrew S. Gibson, the first of a...
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There is a saying, life is what you make of it… Perhaps the saying should be changed to, “Life is what you make of it, as long as you can find the time…” Sure, the title of this posting may be a tad on the dramatic side, but I believe the ideas here to be...
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When it comes to taking a photograph, the single most important thing to keep in mind is that you are attempting to communicate with your viewers. You are taking a photo to tell a story; represented by not only how you choose to shoot your photo, but why you chose to in the first place....
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Shooting light and traffic trails can be one of the most rewarding types of shots in photography. For the beginner, it is a technique that is easy to practice and become good at quite quickly. For the more experienced photographers, experimenting with new and more challenging compositions can yield some exceptional results. Mostly though, shooting...
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