Monday, April 10, 2017

How an Award Winning Photo is Made, All 27 PS Blending Modes Explained, Useful Editing Skills and More!

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Another great day passes in the world of photography and we have the wrap up for you. The link explaining the 27 blending modes in Photoshop is exploding online and our own articles on how an award winning photograph was made as well as some useful editing skills are also gaining a lot of readers. Jump in, grab a coffee and enjoy the latest photography news.

5 Lessons From An Award Winning Photo
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Science geek in the childhood, then studied Engineering and later found his life and passion in Photography. The plot sounds pretty much familiar but wait we have a twist in tale in here….
Antarctic Raw - How to Take a Photo from Raw to Ready for Stock
Jason Row takes you through his process for editing a raw file and preparing it for submission to a stock agency.
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Adobe Lightroom presets to give your images that hint of noir style.
Canon to Announce 85mm f/1.4L IS Lens
Sigma wowed us with the release of the 85mm f/1.4 DG HSM Art, which is undoubtedly a strike across the bow of the Canon EF 85mm f/1.2L II USM. Not to be outdone, however, Canon is gearing…
How to Make a Scene Shot During the Day Look Like Night
I'm going to let you in on some knowledge that cinematographers have known for years, but that photographers have greatly underutilized for a while-and it has to do with a simple white…
Probably the Most Useful Photo Editing Skills You`ll Ever Need
Are there many photographers out there who showcase their straight out of camera pictures without any basic post processing? If there are, I doubt there would be many – what do they call…
Portraits Of The World - A Life Travel And A Portrait Series
Portraits Of The World – A Life Travel And A Portrait Series
A life travel and a portrait series project around the world in progress since almost 5 years. In the street, on the road, from far country side to cities I move around remote places to…
Depth Of Field In Macro Photography
Photography is art. Creativity, light and composition all determine if a photograph is visually successful. Unlike some other art mediums, in photography there are many technical aspects…
23 Photos of Adorable Animal Brothers & Sisters - 500px ISO
Babies and animals can be tricky subjects to photograph, so imagine the challenge of photographing baby animals. We have to hand it to the wildlife photographers in the 500px community for…
3 more styling tips to take food photos that don`t suck - DIY...
After their first set of tips for making your food photos more awesome, Mango Street are back with another quick, but great tutorial on this topic. These are the tips you can use for a…
Must-Have Gear for a Traveling Photographer
As a busy photographer who travels quite a bit both within the USA and overseas, I have gone through many types of gear in my camera bag. While some of the gear and accessories are absolute…
Fast And Easy Color Grading Using Split Toning & Blend If
Split toning is about adding different tints to highlights and shadows, and can add a little something special to an image. While easily done in Lightroom, you can get a little more control…
Getting the Most out of Golden Hour Landscape Photography
When you're shooting during the Golden Hour, you'll probably see that one of the more challenging things to do is golden hour landscape photography. But indeed, it really isn't that…
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