Photography

Things about my photography work and interests.

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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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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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Top 25 Photoshop Tips – Part 2

By admin | Dec 12, 2016

This post is the second part of the two part-serie of the Top 25 Photoshop Tips. If you came straight to this article, no worries, you can find The Top 25 Photoshop Tips Part 1 here. Enjoy Part 2! 13. Switching Channels The Ctrl hotkey modifier, combined with the numbers from 0 to 4, will…

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Top 25 Photoshop Tips – Part 1

By admin | Dec 12, 2016

This 2 part article offers 25 Photoshop tips for all the latest Adobe Photoshop versions, carefully selected to give you increased efficiency and a set of timesaving techniques when using the program. With focus placed on practicality, this compilation delivers many of the overlooked- and little known tricks present in the most popular image manipulation tool. 25…

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Using Reuseable Borders in PhotoShop

By admin | Dec 8, 2016

About In this tutorial I will continue where the previous tutorial stopped: using the borders you’ve just created. The reason I split them up is to make it easier for people who do want to use the borders, but do not want to create them themselves. Opening the images First start at the beginning: opening…

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Readers question: Which flash and lens?

By admin | Oct 19, 2016

Are you good at something? Then you absolutely recognize this: people asking you alot of questions about your passion. In that same way, I also get alot of questions, and I gladly respond to them! In the future, I will try to post these questions, and my repies to them here on the website, as…

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Complex Manual Selections in Photoshop

By admin | Sep 7, 2016

Photoshop comes with various selections tools you could utilize to specify what region of an image you want to manipulate. Once you have a selection area defined using these tools, the software will preserve all pixel information outside the selected region. Selection tools are compatible with each other regardless of their corresponding operations, thus, you…

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Photoshop Actions – Speed Up Your Workflow

By admin | Aug 25, 2016

Applying the same sequence of commands on your images may grow tedious after a while, especially when you are working with sets composed of hundreds of files. Photoshop has a very useful functionality that lets you create, record, and recall command sequences, executed automatically on any number of designated images. This tutorial will explain how…

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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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Adsense Math: add add add

By admin | Mar 12, 2008

[Some simple math: Your AdSense Earning = Impression-count x Click-though-rate x Cost-per-click x smart-pricing-factor. The Impression count is referring to the traffic on your adsense-filled pages. It means the number of times AdSense blocks are displayed. The higher this number, the better. Why? Simple, the more visitors you have, the higher this number. The higher…

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Which Webbrowser to choose?

By admin | Mar 7, 2008

What is a webbrowser? A web browser is a pice of software that you use to surf the World Wide Web (www), the part of the internet you are using now, and most likely, you are using a webbrowser to read this blog too. The very first graphical webbrowser, NCSA Mosaic, was developed at the…

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