Photography

Things about my photography work and interests.

Color Correction with Adjustment Layers in Photoshop

By admin | Aug 16, 2016

There are many factors that will influence the color range and the overall appeal of a photograph. Pictures shot during broad daylight usually will reveal paler colors. Photoshop has great tools to emphasize the color, hue and saturation values of a photograph, giving you the chance to save out copies of dramatically different results. The…

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Photography app review - procamera

iOS app review: ProCamera + HDR & LowLight

By admin | Aug 8, 2016

Amongst a few other things, I am a professional photographer. But as I said, amongst a few other thing, and as such, I am not always out with all my professional photography gear. Sometimes I just carry my Fujifulm X-E1, and sometimes, I don’t even carry that small wonder with me. However, one small wonder…

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Colorizing black and white images

Colorizing Black and White Images in Photoshop

By admin | Jul 27, 2016

A guide to adding color to your black and white images A focal trait of Photoshop is the program’s inherent readiness to achieve a desired result in numerous ways. Colorizing and re-colorizing of black and white images are robust aspects of image editing for which the software gives you a massive set of tools and…

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mastering brushes in photoshop

Mastering Brushes in Photoshop

By admin | Jul 25, 2016

Brushes in Photoshop are a powerful and very creative tool. This article helps you mastering brushes in Photoshop

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Remove a background in Photoshop

How to Quickly Remove a Background With Adobe Photoshop

By admin | Jul 24, 2016

The most common method to remove a background from an image involves a process called “masking,” in which certain portions of the image are manually outlined by the user. If you are not technologically advanced, or do not have a steady hand, this can be a very frustrating task. Luckily, for simple images, there exists…

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Countryside Sunset - Landscape Photography by Bjorn Beheydt - http://Fotografieluna.be

How To Take Care of Your Lenses

By admin | Nov 19, 2012

3 Top Tips for Cleaning Lenses Canon has recently been showing of its new range of lenses, including the EF 24-70 f/2.8: II which for many has been well worth the wait, but the price tag perhaps comes as quite a shock to many. Indeed, lenses don’t come cheap these days, especially the high-end photographic…

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A Glimpse of the Nikon 1 V2

By admin | Nov 8, 2012

New features of the Nikon 1 V2 and how it compares to the previous version.

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Mastering the Adobe Creative Suite

By admin | Feb 20, 2012

Getting the Most Out of Adobe CS5 Like Hoover the term Photoshop has entered our natural language to describe a particular action rather than just the product itself. For a commercial product to become verbalised it has to be an absolute leader and thought of as a standard within its field, which is why it…

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Using Smart Filters in Photoshop

By admin | Mar 19, 2011

The introduction of Smart Filters is a significant milestone in the history of Adobe Photoshop, as this built in architecture gives you flexibility and freedom you simply could not achieve and enjoy in earlier versions of the software. The Smart Filter architecture is an additive/subtractive chain system composed of any Filters of your choice, yet…

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Line of trees against a cloudy red sunrise

Top image of january 2018

By admin | Feb 6, 2018

I started this new series of articles last month, each month an overview of top performing posts and/or images. With a bit of a delay, due to the “family first”-rule, I present to you, my top image of January 2018. A picture of a row of trees in wintertime against a soft red and blue-grey…

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iPhone CPU Speed Limit: Are you affected?

By admin | Jan 12, 2018

You know how it goes, you have your trusty (old) iPhone, which has been doing its job pretty well for the past few months/years (my iPhone 6 is over 3 years old, and heavily used, and still working great!), but it’s not the newest and latest and greatest model. No worries, because Apple updates iOS…

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My top Instagram photo

My top Instagram post – Ever!

By admin | Jan 12, 2018

As you may or may not know: I am a photographer, and I make photographs. A lot of them. And many of those photographs go onto social media, others are for customers, or go onto Stock Agencies to be sold to who ever wants to buy them. One of the social media I post my…

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Making Sense of cPanel AWstats and SEO

By admin | Sep 5, 2017

For webmasters, making sure that the right marketing tools are available is critical to the success of their website. When working with packaged tools on a hosted control panel like cPanel, you want to know how well these tools work compared to those that you’d typically pay for. One particular area that you want to…

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A Day in the Life of a Frustrated Webmaster

By admin | Aug 29, 2017

This post takes the form of a diary entry from a frustrated webmaster, light-heartedly looking at what can happen when things go even a little wrong.

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Photography Tips – Keeping Printed Photos At Their Best

By admin | Aug 29, 2017

This excellent photography related article gives up some great hints and tips to do with keeping printed photos looking great for the maximum amount of time!

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There’s more inside Google than you think!

By admin | Aug 28, 2017

Always know the right time: Should your computerclock ever fail, or you doubt that it is correct, Google is there to help you! Just type “What time is it”, and you get the current local time of wherever you are! Example: http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=what+time+is+it&btnG=Google+Search Always know the right words and their meaning: Did you know you can…

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Tweeting twitter tips for Twitterers

Singing the Twitter Blues

By admin | Aug 23, 2017

How to Use Twitter Constructively When Twitter alighted upon the scene, it seemed pretty innocuous. Ushered in on the wings of a cute little blue birdie, this free, social networking service enabled users to send and read text-based posts of up to 140 characters. Certainly manageable, wouldn’t you say? On first blush, it seemed that…

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Ferris Wheel Reflected In A Puddle

WordPress: How to change the default media upload folder

By admin | Jul 18, 2017

If you’re an avid user of your WordPress blog, you will no doubt have worked with the WordPress Media Uploader before. This is the interface that let’s you upload media such as movies and images, and it saves them all happily in the ‘wp-content/uploads’ folder If you use it alot, or if you are doing…

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