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How to get started with flash photography

When you’re just getting into photography worrying about what flash to use might not be at the forefront of your mind. There are...

Should you work with 16-bit color depth in Photoshop?

It’s somewhat ironic that in this age in which we have become so obsessed with the performance of our cameras and lenses that we...

How to disable “Press and hold to right click” for your Wacom tablet.

I recently got a Wacom Intuos Pro tablet and have been impressed with it so far. However, there was one thing that...

What kind of computer is best for photo editing?

Mac vs PC The eternal debate, should you buy a Mac or a PC? PCs are often seen as...

Why should you shoot in RAW?

Shooting in RAW is occasionally debated in photography circles, especially since modern cameras can get very accurate results with in camera settings....

What are the advantages of mirrorless cameras?

Mirrorless just means there is no mirror! Any camera without a mirror in it is a mirrorless camera, in...

Enhance your skies with Luminar

As photographers, we are all too aware of how the sky can effect our photographs. Whether it is a hint of blue...

What is a LUT?

A LUT is a special image used to map one colorspace to another. LUTs are often used as editing presets in programs...

What is the best camera strap?

One area where there has been some innovation of late is in camera straps. For a long time there weren't a lot...

What is a neutral density filter?

A neutral density filter is pretty simple. All it does is darken the image by a certain number of stops. For instance,...

What is the histogram for?

What is an image histogram? An image histogram is a graphical representation of the distribution of tones in said...

What are the different AF modes on your camera?

Servo AF Servo AF is an autofocus mode in which the camera never stops trying to acquire focus. Wherever...
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