Feb 26th, 2010 – VANCOUVER, CANADA: PhotographyBB announced today, the release of the 25th edition of the PhotographyBB Online Magazine. This edition marks the two year anniversary milestone for PhotographyBB, who continue to educate beginner and intermediate level photographers in digital photography. PhotographyBB Online Magazine has become a leading resource in the future of free information distribution, offering readers: Digital Photography tips and techniques, DSLR camera function training, and image post processing tutorials in AdobeÂ® Photoshopâ„¢, and RAW processing in Photoshop Lightroomâ„¢.
The Two-Year Anniversary edition examines the role of amateur photographers looking to break into the professional realm, along with the impact on the photography industry. Additionally, portraiture and flash lighting techniques are featured, along with a guide on what to look for when purchasing a new lens.
Editor in Chief, Dave Seeram had these comments regarding this recent release:
â€œI am extremely proud to announce the release of our Two-Year Anniversary edition. It’s been an amazing journey so far, and thanks to the help of our talented team of contributing authors coupled with our growing readership, the magazine continues to grow and evolve as we head through 2010.
This edition covers portraiture lighting techniques, and how to achieve a balance between ambient lighting conditions and portable flash units. We also continue our detailed look at some of the new features in the Lightroom 3 beta release, including the Watermarking Tools and the new Identity Plate. We are also extremely pleased to welcome world-renowned photographer, Kevin Kubota, into the spotlight. Kevin was very forthcoming in telling us about his professional life as a photographer and how he got to where he is today, and it was a pleasure to do this interview.
In our Photography Around the World feature, we’re off to Canada for a trip through the Canadian Rockies. From the wildlife to the icefields, you’ll get a great look at the spectacular scenery which British Columbia and Alberta have to offer.”
By way of download in either PDF or ZIP formats, PhotographyBB continues its trend through the future of free downloadable magazine distribution. In a completely ad-free format, each issue contains informative and educational tutorials for amateur and intermediate level photographers.
In addition to articles which aide photographers in getting the most from their DSLR cameras, the PhotographyBB Online Magazine also features useful and applicable tutorials on how to use post-processing tools such as Photoshop and Lightroom, to build on digital photography post-processing skills.
PhotographyBB Online Magazine is available for free download through the PhotographyBB Website at: http://www.photographyBB.com/magazine
PhotographyBB was founded in Oct, 2006, and is a division of PowerButton Central (2004).
For more information, visit the PhotographyBB website at: http://www.photographybb.com