Tips and Tutorials
Explore these tutorials and offsite links, with step-by-step instructions for working with digital manipulation software such as Adobe Photoshop, to how to operate a manual camera...
Avoiding Red Eyes in Your Photographs
Here are several tips for preventing red eyes in your photographs, and instructions for fixing it in photos you already have.
Buying Your First Digital Camera
Buying your first Digital camera can be quite a daunting task for the first time buyer. Where do you start? How do you know that the camera that you buy will be perfect for your needs? This article will tell you the main advantages and disadvantages of the three main types of digital camera.
Copyrighting Your Photography
Many people believe you have to register artwork, photography and writing in order for it to be copyrighted. And many more people are under the impression that if something is on the Internet, it is there for everyone’s use.
Claiming copyright isn’t hard, or even overly time consuming.
Framing Your Shots
We have all had moments we have wanted captured on film and started firing away with a camera. This doesn’t always capture the moment like you hope. To avoid disappointment with your photographs take the time to frame each shot.
Simple Panning Technique for DSLR Cameras
What is the panning technique in DLSR photography? Panning is when you follow a moving subject with your camera, and blur the background in a streaking pattern. It is simple but not easy! It will take some practice, but you will love it!
Underwater Photography with a Disposable Camera
This article gives tips to photograph your family and friends underwater with a simple underwater point and shoot camera or a disposable underwater camera. We'll show you simple processing using Photoshop Elements, Photoshop, Lightroom or Nik filters to make the photographs pop!
Using Textures in Photoshop Layers Photography Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Photography Site Map
Using textures in Photoshop layers is a quick and easy way to spice up photographs and turn them into photographic art. Textures can be subtle or serious; they can brighten an image or “grunge” it up. I invite you to try something new!
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