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Complete Lightroom Photo Editing Process

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There isn’t really a right or a wrong way to edit your pictures. If you are getting paid commission to produce images for something specific, you may want to consider other peoples tastes and preferences to make sure you continue to get work in the future. If not, do whatever you want with them! I […]

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Lightroom File Import Workflow For Beginners

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In my previous video blog, I broke down how I structure my files to be able to find them easily. That file structure lends itself to the next step in this process: importing photos. The first thing that I do is create the file that I am going to be putting all the photos in. […]

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File Structure for Work Flow Optimization

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When I first began practicing photography, I ran into problems with the way I saved my work. It seemed like a simple thing at first. Over time I came to realize that there are many different factors to consider when saving pictures. Above is a brief video explaining how I organize my pictures. I begin […]

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Landscape Snapshots

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Landscape photography is not what I initially became passionate for. I had to work on how I perceived the world around me in order to motivate myself to take decent landscape photos. Finding a good scene in this beautiful world is not necessarily a difficult feat. The post processing of landscape photos can, however, present […]

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Double Exposure Photoshop Tutorial

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There is no way of learning that is comparable to diving in head first. You can read and research while trying to understand concepts for days, but there is no substitute for hands on. I am a self taught photographer which presents many challenges and benefits. My favorite way of discovering new techniques is to […]