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How To Make HDR Photos In Lightroom

High Dynamic Range (HDR) photography has become extremely popular with photographers over recent years and it’s not hard to understand why…

Even though technology is rapidly improving, digital cameras still aren’t able to accurately reproduce how the human eyes interprets light which is why HDR photography is an essential technique that every photographer should learn.

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How To Make A Panorama In Photoshop From Multiple Photos

In this article, I’m going to show you how to create a spectacular panorama using a tripod, multiple exposures and photoshop.

The image I’m going to be working with today was photographed in a small town called Akaroa (75 kilometers east of Christchurch) on the South Island of New Zealand.

How To Clean Your DSLR Camera Sensor

It’s not often that I get annoyed or frustrated with my DSLR, but on occasions after I’ve come home from an enjoyable shoot, downloaded my images and began editing that I realise my camera’s sensor is covered in microscopic dust, dirt or hair.

The auto sensor cleaning mode found within most DSLR camera’s aren’t very effective at removing unwanted intruders from your imagery, but fortunately removing dust isn’t rocket science. A little knowledge and the right tools will have you capturing dust-free, crystal clear images.

Flour Photography: High Speed Imagery Using Holi Powder

One of the most interesting and exciting aspects of flour photography is simply not knowing exactly how images will to turn out when shooting at high speeds. The experimental process that follows is almost as entertaining as the results you will achieve if you persist and maintain your enthusiasm.

In the following video tutorial, photographer Evan Sharboneau from Photo Extremist will show you how to take high speed photographs of colored flour thrown into the air.

DSLR Focusing Techniques For Improving Your Photography Skills

One of the most painful experiences felt as a photographer is the moment you check your photos realising that you have completely missed the focus on an image or set of images that can’t be reshot.

This is a common problem, however there are focusing techniques that you can use to help increase your accuracy to capture images with perfect focus more often than not. In this video tutorial by Phil Steele you will learn five professional techniques for focusing your DSLR and overcoming problem situations.

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