• Faster Lightroom Editing Gives You Amazing Photos — A Lightroom How-To Tutorial

    Published Wednesday, August 22nd, 2018

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    Faster Lightroom editing is easy when you follow these tips. Are you making Lightroom work for you? Some tools, like Lightroom presets, mean you don’t have to reinvent the wheel with each shoot. These three big tips will drastically cut your editing time – and time is money when it comes to making professional edits. Set the […]

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  • National Parks Inspire 20 Stunning Photos that Motivate Your Photography

    Published Sunday, August 19th, 2018

    National parks are a great place to find inspiration to take stunning photos. Some of the best places to immerse yourself in nature is in the world’s many national parks. These photos will inspire you to get outdoors and capture more nature photography. Best of all, you’ll support the National Parks. We’ve curated 20 jaw-dropping photos from […]

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  • Install Photoshop Actions Easily with These Easy-to-Follow Instructions

    Published Sunday, August 19th, 2018

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    If you’re not familiar with the process of installing Photoshop actions, it’s quite easy, and we’ll provide instructions here. There are 2 different methods that we’ll cover.

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  • White Balance is Critical to Achieve Accurate Color

    Published Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

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    White balance is a term that is often used in photography but might be a little confusing to new photographers. Fortunately, it isn’t too difficult to learn. And even if you do mess it up the first few times, if you’re shooting in RAW, it’s easily correctable once you know what you’re looking at. We’ll […]

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  • Photography Pros Share Top Photoshop Tips

    Published Thursday, August 9th, 2018

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    Photographers go for a great shot right out of the camera to cut back on time spent editing. However, to get the perfect image, most images need some tweaking. Here are pro photography tips for adjusting your color, sharpness, and lighting to achieve true beauty. Take your photos from good to great in a few […]

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  • Photographer Reveals Secrets to Winning Images

    Published Saturday, August 4th, 2018

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    Photographer entering a competition as an artist can be thrilling and challenging. A photography contest can push you as a photographer to hone in on your style and technique. \ Entering can be daunting, but pushing through will help you grow. A photographer following these tips can increase the chances of producing the winning image. […]

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  • Color Balance Course on Photoshop Adjustment Layer | Free PS Course

    Published Saturday, July 7th, 2018

    Introduction to the Color Balance Adjustment Layer in Photoshop

    The Color Balance adjustment layer in Photoshop gives users the ability to make adjustments to the coloring of their images. It presents the three color channels and their complementary colors and users can adjust the balance of these pairs to change the appearance of a photo.

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  • Vacation Envy: 20 Of The Best Travel Photos On The Internet

    Published Monday, December 11th, 2017

    For many of us, travel and vacation season is right around the corner. As photographers, we naturally want to visit the most photogenic places. To give you some inspiration on your travel planning, take a look at this selection of fresh travel photos from around the web. How Many Of These Places Have You Visited? […]

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  • Get started on GraphicStock with a FREE 7-Day Trial today!

    Published Monday, August 7th, 2017

    As a photographer myself, I’m always on the lookout for new places to sell my work. And as a graphic design enthusiast, I’m constantly needing access to stock assets like photos that are outside the scope of my own work and vectors and illustrations to supplement my designs. Typically, this requires hours upon hours of […]

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  • 3 Spring Inspired Photos And What You Can Learn By Replicating Them

    Published Tuesday, May 30th, 2017

    Spring is in the air! After being cooped up all winter hiding from the cold weather, many of us are eager to get outdoors and enjoy some fresh spring air and exercise our cameras. Take advantage of all the spring sights by practicing some new photography skills. Here are just a few to get you started: […]

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  • The Small But Major Difference Between Lifestyle And Documentary Photography

    Published Tuesday, May 16th, 2017

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    Photography is a lot like music in the sense there’s many, many different styles and genres. (And that’s not including all the sub-styles and niche genres.) In photography, two popular styles include lifestyle photography and documentary. The two are similar in concept. So much, in fact, they often blur the lines between which is which. […]

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  • 3 Reasons You’re Still A Rookie At Portrait Photography

    Published Monday, May 8th, 2017

    The truth is, it takes a long time and a lot of practice to become a skilled portrait photographer. On top of learning about composition, exposure, lighting, and whatnot, portrait photographers also have to master the art of directing their subjects to get the best shots possible. It’s a lot to take on! If you […]

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  • Four Different Gadgets To Help You Get Steady Shots

    Published Thursday, April 27th, 2017

    If you’re serious about your photography, you should plan on making an investment into a good quality tripod. The are necessay when shooting long exposures, and can even make photos taken with a fast shutter speed a lot sharper. Since we tend to introduce camera shake when are shooting handled, it’s best to elimiante this […]

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  • Wildlife Photography Tips For Beginners

    Published Thursday, April 6th, 2017

    Wildlife and animal photography in general is a pretty popular style of photography. People are naturally gravitated towards animals, so this comes as no surprise. But taking great wildlife photos can be extremely tricky. Here are few simple tips that can help set you up for success! Use The Right Gear I usually really enjoy […]

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  • You Need To Be Backing Up Your Photos, Here’s How

    Published Monday, March 13th, 2017

    If you’re fortunate enough to have never lost an entire lifetime worth of photos due to a hard drive failure, congratulations! However, if it’s happened to you, it’s easy to understand the importance of backing up your work. And backing it up on more than one location on a regular basis. I am one of […]

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