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How to Use Tone Curves to Make Quick and Powerful Edits in Lightroom and Photoshop

Fstoppers Curves are one of the most powerful editing tools out there. How to Use Tone Curves to Make Quick and Powerful Edits in Lightroom and Photoshop When you’re working in either Lightroom or Photoshop, there are often many paths to the same destination, but some are more efficient and straightforward than others. This great video will show you everything you need to know about using curves. Read More at Fstoppers

Quick and Dirty Method of Using the Photoshop Spot Healing Brush Tool

Digital Photography School PHOTOSHOP USERS: Here is tutorial on using the Spot Healing Brush Tool Quick and Dirty Method of Using the Photoshop Spot Healing Brush Tool Here is a quick, down and dirty method for using the Photoshop Spot Healing Brush tool that isn’t complicated, no layers, no masks, easy! Read More at Digital Photography School

Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do

Digital Photography School Simple exercises to test out your new (or old) camera Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do Have you learned everything your new camera can do yet? If not, then you’ve found the right article. I present you with five quick exercises you can try right now, to help you better understand your new camera, and how it captures light. I’ll give you some hints about what is happening, but you […]

Two Quick Changes in Lightroom That You’ll Wish You Made Years Ago

Fstoppers Why haven’t you made these changes yet? Two Quick Changes in Lightroom That You’ll Wish You Made Years Ago Every computer program has its quirks that may annoy you and slow your workflow down. Here are two fixes that will make your Lightroom experience just a little easier. Read More at Fstoppers

5 Quick Reasons to Use the Nifty Fifty for Landscape Photography

Digital Photography School Do you use a nifty 50 for landscapes? 5 Quick Reasons to Use the Nifty Fifty for Landscape Photography The 50mm prime lens, or as it’s more commonly known, the Nifty Fifty; we all know the name, even inexperienced photographers have likely heard of it. Most of us know it for its outstanding qualities; an inexpensive, quality, prime lens that is in plenty of photographers’ bags around the world, a… Read More at Digital Photography School

8 Quick Tips to Produce Better Forest Photography

Digital Photography School How to improve the images you take of forests and other wooded areas. 8 Quick Tips to Produce Better Forest Photography Find a wooded area near you to go try out these 8 quick tips for better forest photography. You don’t need anything special to do this just a camera. Read More at Digital Photography School

Four Quick Tips for Posing the Groom on the Wedding Day

Fstoppers Make sure the groom looks his best! Four Quick Tips for Posing the Groom on the Wedding Day Making men pose can be an uphill task, especially the groom on his wedding day. This is where a little pre-planning can come in handy. This video from Vanessa Joy of Adorama TV throws light on a few quick techniques. Read More at Fstoppers

The Ultimate Quick Guide to Levels and Curves in Photoshop

PictureCorrect Photography Tips The Ultimate Quick Guide to Levels and Curves in Photoshop Ever wonder what the difference was between adjusting the levels and adjusting the curves? Or wonder which one you should use? Or simply default to using the levels adjustment because the interface for curves seemed a bit daunting? If any of these are true for you, then take a look at the video belo… Read More at Picture Correct

Quick And Dirty: How To Pre-Prepare Instagram Posts

DIYPhotography Quick And Dirty: How To Pre-Prepare Instagram Posts http://bit.ly/1mc7E9w Quick And Dirty: How To Pre-Prepare Instagram Posts Creating posts for later posting in Instagram is a drag. Right now the options are pretty limited. You can use an app like Grum (which violates Instagram’s Terms Of Service, not a good idea). Or maybe, you can create yourself a reminder to post something and post it manually later. None of those options is very enticing. Photographer Eric Pare shared a […]

23 Quick Tips for Street Photography or Your Next Photo Walk

Digital Photography School A collection of simple tips for street photographers. 23 Quick Tips for Street Photography or Your Next Photo Walk A short video from COOPH on quick tips for your next photo walk, or when you are out doing travel or street photography. Read More at Digital Photography School

10 Quick Photoshop Tips to Improve Your Workflow

Digital Photography School Tips for improving your Photoshop workflow 10 Quick Photoshop Tips to Improve Your Workflow Photoshop is a huge and often confusing program to get a handle on using. Here are 10 quick Photoshop tips you can add to your arsenal to help you out. Read More at Digital Photography School

Quick Tip: How To Protect A Cyclorama With A Tennis Ball

DIYPhotography Quick Tip: How To Protect A Cyclorama With A Tennis Ball http://bit.ly/1T8cth9 Quick Tip: How To Protect A Cyclorama With A Tennis Ball https://youtu.be/dECMz78xufw If you own a cyclorama you know that part of the job of owning such a wonderful thing is that you have to occasionally re-paint it. (If Amazon does not shut you down first). I was visiting Stefan and Rosi from RawExchange in Germany, and they showed me a great tip. (RawExchange are my partners […]

Two Quick and Easy Photoshop Head-Swapping Techniques

Digital Photography School Ever wanted or needed to swap a head from one photo to another? You might not have – but this tutorial opens up some interesting possibilities and could just save the day in some situations! Two Quick and Easy Photoshop Head-Swapping Techniques Sometimes you get that photo that is almost perfect. If all it takes to make it great is a little head swap, well, today is your lucky day! I’m going to show you two techniques, […]

Quick Tips for Getting Into Stock Photography

Digital Photography School A few quick tips for helping you to get into stock photography. Quick Tips for Getting Into Stock Photography Getting accepted as a stock photographer can be a difficult and frustrating process. Especially when your best photos get rejected by photo reviewers. After helping many photographers trying to become accepted as Shutterstock contributors, I have discovered how the process can instead become a fun a… Read More at Digital Photography School

Quick Review: Moment Smartphone Camera Lenses

Popular Photography The Moment smartphone case is almost out of Kickstarter. Here’s some info about the lenses. http://trib.al/oEqABX3 Quick Review: Moment Smartphone Camera Lenses Add interchangeable lenses to your smartphone Read More at Popular Photography

A Quick and Easy Way to Color Grade Images in Photoshop

Fstoppers Want an easy way to color grade your images? We can help! A Quick and Easy Way to Color Grade Images in Photoshop Adding to or accentuating the color tones in an image is a very effective way of telling a story, eliciting an emotion, or strengthening the aesthetic. In this short walkthrough, I’ll explain how I can speedily color grade my images. Read More at Fstoppers

Quick Tip: Color code your cables when bundling them up

DIYPhotography Quick Tip: Color code your cables when bundling them up http://bit.ly/1pdXsyD Quick Tip: Color code your cables when bundling them up https://youtu.be/JrtplrLoTS8 If you, like me bundle up your USB and short power cables on travel, color coding them may be very helpful for getting them untangled quickly. If the cable are color coded, and you did not make too much of a mess when bundling them with a cable tie, you should just be able to pull the […]

Quick Tips on Landscape Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Quick Tips on Landscape Photography Tell a story with landscape photography. By telling stories with your camera, you’re forced you to slow down and contemplate the details. This one factor alone could greatly improve your skills as a photographer! Consider a few important questions: What is it about this scene that inspires you? What… Read More at Picture Correct

Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do ️

Digital Photography School Do These 5 Quick Exercises to Learn What Your New Camera Can Do ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/do-these-5-quick-exercises-to-learn-what-your-new-camera-can-do/ Read More at Digital Photography School

A New Quick and Easy Way to Make a LUT From Any Image

Fstoppers This is pretty neat. A New Quick and Easy Way to Make a LUT From Any Image Transforming one image look into a LUT can be a daunting process for people who don’t know much about LUTs (Lookup Tables). According to this video, Picture Instruments came up with something easy to help you give any of your pictures or footage the look of another image. Read More at Fstoppers

5 Quick & Dirty Tips to Nailing Focus

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 5 Quick & Dirty Tips to Nailing Focus It’s a sad fact of every photographer’s life. At some point, you will take a photograph that might have been your best if you hadn’t messed up one thing: focus. It’s a reminder that you can be at the right place at the right time and still get it wrong. But there are photography techniques—doable [.… Read More at Picture Correct

Lightroom Quick Tip: How to Easily Adjust Multiple Sliders at Once

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Lightroom Quick Tip: How to Easily Adjust Multiple Sliders at Once Even though I’ve been using Adobe’s Lightroom for a long time, there are still things that I learn, from new techniques or features I hadn’t noticed, down to small details that have escaped my focus. Benjamin Warde, a Lightroom team member, managed to teach me yet another small aspect of Lightroom t… Read More at Picture Correct

Quick Overview of How to do Macro Photography

Digital Photography School An introduction to Macro Photography Quick Overview of How to do Macro Photography In the photography domain, macro photography is defined as the art of magnification of subjects. It is a very interesting form of photography, which seems to have an application in almost every genre. For wedding photographers, it’s a great way to highlight wedding details like rings, the invitat…. Read More at Digital Photography School

5+ Quick Photoshop Tips You Might Not Know

Fstoppers You might not know these helpful Photoshop tips. 5+ Quick Photoshop Tips You Might Not Know I probably won’t ever be, or pretend to be, an expert at Adobe Photoshop; I spend so little time in it, using Lightroom for 90% of what I do, that I just don’t take the time in the program to figure out all of the little tricks that would be useful. In this great video, you’ll learn a new tip … Read More […]

Turn a Pelican Case Into a Tether Station with a $2 Bicycle Quick Release Bolt

PetaPixel How to use your Pelican case as a DIY tethering station. Turn a Pelican Case Into a Tether Station with a $2 Bicycle Quick Release Bolt I like to keep the amount of kit I have to carry with me to a minimum. Every single pound counts when you’re scrambling up the side of a snowy mountain, an Read More at PetaPixel

4 Quick Ways to Add a Vignette to Your Images in Post-Processing

Digital Photography School Tips for adding Vegnette’s to your images – in a snap 4 Quick Ways to Add a Vignette to Your Images in Post-Processing What is a vignette? The word vignette comes from the root word vine, which originally was taken to mean a decorative border on a page. In photography, this translates to a border around the edge of the image. This border is caused by a reduction of light from the center of the image, or […]

A Quick Guide to Wedding and Engagement Poses to Jumpstart Your Photos

Fstoppers Need some pose ideas? Watch this quick video. A Quick Guide to Wedding and Engagement Poses to Jumpstart Your Photos We can talk fairly objectively about camera settings and post-processing techniques, but something that remains a bit more nebulous and difficult to learn is posing. This great video will show you a range of great poses for your next wedding or engagement shoot. Read More at Fstoppers

3 Quick Dog Photography Tips

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Here are best practices for taking professional pictures of even the most uncooperative pooch. 3 Quick Dog Photography Tips While human models don’t always listen, it’s not likely they’ll walk off set at the sight of a sandwich or cower under a table when someone slams a door. Dogs are different. Photographers who want to successfully capture the joy and loyalty of dogs will need to employ a certain approach. Here are be… Read More at Picture […]

Quick tip: How to manage your memory cards on events

DIYPhotography Quick tip: How to manage your memory cards on events http://bit.ly/2b3aDBk Quick tip: How to manage your memory cards on events Here is a sweet tip we got from Adam Frimer about managing your cards while on a shoot. You start with a bunch of clean formatted cards. Place them all in a hard case facing up. This way you can see the data on each card. (Those hard cases are about $10 on amazon) After using the card […]

Quick Tip: How to not lose all your photos if your phone dies

DIYPhotography Quick Tip: How to not lose all your photos if your phone dies http://bit.ly/2bCQ0MO Quick Tip: How to not lose all your photos if your phone dies Raise your hand if you ever lost/bricked/killed an iPhone or an Android*. Raise your other hand if that phone has lots of photos that you will never see again. That could be quite sad, and I have a friend who lost their iPhone today, so instead of going all “I told you […]

A Quick Guide to Using Bounce Flash for More Natural-Looking Photos

Digital Photography School How to level up your flash photography by using bounce flash. A Quick Guide to Using Bounce Flash for More Natural-Looking Photos If you’re unhappy with the look of your flash photos, here is a guide to help you use bounce flash to achieve more balanced and natural looking photos. Read More at Digital Photography School

Quick Tips for Professional Looking Food Shots

Fstoppers Make those food shots shine! Quick Tips for Professional Looking Food Shots Whether you’re shooting your favorite dish to add something casual to your Instagram or Facebook account and still want it to fit the aesthetics of the rest of your photography work, or you’re trying to get started in food photography, here are a few tips from Jacs Powell, a food photographer and a…. Read More at Fstoppers

How Shutter Speed Works: Quick Tutorial

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Since shutter speed directly affects what your camera sees, identical photos taken using significantly different exposure speeds create drastically different results. How Shutter Speed Works: Quick Tutorial Simply put, shutter speed (aka exposure speed/time) is one of three key components in determining the outcome of your photography. As with the other exposure variables ISO and aperture, shutter speed helps determine the amount of information your camera will ‘see’. To help prevent your photographs f… Read More at […]

Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop

Fstoppers Want your photos to really pop? Check this out! Three Quick Steps to Making a Photo Pop Using Photoshop A lot of people are fans of the portrait look in which the subject really seems to “pop” off the image, as it’s a striking and attention-grabbing style. This helpful video will show you three quick steps to recreate that look in your own portraiture work. Read More at Fstoppers

3 Quick Tips for Better Summer Photography

PictureCorrect Photography Tips With these tips in hand, get out there and start photographing! Capture warm and colorful images of the subjects that say “summer” to you. 3 Quick Tips for Better Summer Photography Warm, sunny days and summer vacations encourage you to get out more with your camera. How can you take full advantage of the season to create great images? 1. Tell the story of summer Photography is a form of communication. You want your images to tell […]

Quick Tips for Great Photography Compositions

PictureCorrect Photography Tips Quick Tips for Great Photography Compositions Joe McNally is a giant of modern photography. For more than two decades he has been shooting for National Geographic, and in 1994 he was hired on as LIFE Magazine’s first staff photographer in 23 years. He has been intermittently featured in Time, Newsweek, and Sports Illustrated, among other regula… Read More at Picture Correct

5 Quick Portrait Posing Tips to Flatter Your Subject

Digital Photography School Here’s 5 great starting poses to help you take flattering portraits 5 Quick Portrait Posing Tips to Flatter Your Subject Here are 5 quick portrait posing tips that you can apply to your next session to help relax and flatter your portrait subjects. Read More at Digital Photography School

3 Quick Tips for Posing Brides in Wedding Photos

PictureCorrect Photography Tips 3 Quick Tips for Posing Brides in Wedding Photos Wedding photography is a dedicated focus. One that requires good personable skills and a certain finesse for working with a wide variety of people on their special day. Anger, frustration, happiness… these are just a few of the many emotions you’re bound to run into. However, the most important thin… Read More at Picture Correct

When was the last time you cleaned your tripod? Here’s a quick guide to getting…

Digital Photography School When was the last time you cleaned your tripod? Here’s a quick guide to getting it looking like new again! ➡️ https://digital-photography-school.com/how-clean-your-tripod-like-new/ Read More at Digital Photography School

Three Quick Tips for Storytelling in Pictures

Fstoppers Better storytelling, better pictures. Three Quick Tips for Storytelling in Pictures It is the story in the picture that speaks to us. And it is very important to sharpen our storytelling skills every now and then. In this video from Chase Jarvis, Joe Mcnally steers the discussion with three quick tips that will enhance you to improve storytelling in your pictures. Read More at Fstoppers

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