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Yearly Archives: 2011

When I was up in Vancouver Canada two weeks ago and I wanted to photograph a lighthouse in North Vancouver. I had turned off my data service so I would not get charged outrageous roaming fees and because of that I had no GPS and was having a hard time finding this lighthouse. Before going […]

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Adding Texture to an HDR Photo Here is a great way to add texture to an photo that will give a creative look, and is easy to to do.

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Photoshelter & Blurb Offer New Free Guide for Photographers PhotoShelter, today released Marketing Yourself with Photo Books, an in-depth look at how professional and amateur photographers use self-published photo books to promote their business and capture the attention of potential clients. Sponsored by Blurb, the global creative publishing and marketing platform, Marketing Yourself with Photo […]

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Keeping Your Image Changes In this video you will make one small change to your Catalog Settings that will embed or create an XMP file for your changes.

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I just got back from Calgary and Vancouver Canada from a trip with Kelby Training and had a great time meeting some photographers from over the boarder. I was working on Scott Kebly’s one-day seminar “Light It, Shoot It, Retouch It” and I have to say that Scott was great and I think the attendees […]

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Finding A Missing File If you see a question mark on one of your file, this video will show you how to find the file and reattached it.

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Last weekend I was at the opening for the members show at the Florida Museum of Photographic Art. I had entered my photograph of a sunrise at Mono Lake and it received an Honorable Mention. It is an HDR photograph that was lightly worked in Photomatix Pro and then refined in Lightroom. This photo has […]

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