Photoshop Secrets Of The Pros
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Photoshop Secrets Of The Pros

October 7, 2008 | By Staff
Discover new ways to enhance images using this classic editing program
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Photoshop Lightroom 2: For Nature Photographers
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Photoshop Lightroom 2: For Nature Photographers

August 12, 2008 | Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
The new version of the popular Adobe software melds traditional darkroom controls with the digital world
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HDR For The Landscape
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HDR For The Landscape

August 1, 2008 | Text And Photography By Rob Sheppard
Take advantage of High Dynamic Range software to photograph the landscape in a more visual way
Unlimited Depth Of Field
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Unlimited Depth Of Field

July 1, 2008 | By George D. Lepp And Kathryn Vincent Lepp
A revolutionary software package redefines what’s possible for you to achieve with sharp focus in a photograph
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Making A Conversion
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Making A Conversion

January 1, 2008 | James Kay
A professional landscape photographer tells why and how using advanced capabilities in software can give new life to color images by converting them to black-and-white
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Lightroom For Nature Photographers
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Lightroom For Nature Photographers

January 1, 2008 | Rob Sheppard
Adobe's newest entry in digital imaging is a powerful tool for outdoor shooters
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Magic Buttons
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Magic Buttons

November 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
The Targeted Adjustment Tool—a geeky name for a wonderful part of Lightroom
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Make It Just Right
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Make It Just Right

November 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Turn your good images into your best images by using Photoshop to bring out those details that are too bright or too dark
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The Value Of Brightness/Contrast
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The Value Of Brightness/Contrast

October 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
How a much maligned adjustment tool can help you work images like a darkroom master
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Tilt & Shift To Boost Your Megapixels
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Tilt & Shift To Boost Your Megapixels

October 1, 2007 | Marc Muench
While tilt-shift lenses can be used for both practical and extreme purposes, they also can be utilized to increase your image file size and creativity in unexpected ways
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Luminosity Control In Photoshop
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Luminosity Control In Photoshop

August 1, 2007 | George DeWolfe
What does it take to visualize luminosity in black-and-white and color photography, then see and control it in Photoshop?
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As Simple As Black And White
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As Simple As Black And White

August 1, 2007 | Jon Sienkiewicz
Shoot in B&W or convert in Photoshop? That is the question...
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Sharpening Techniques
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Sharpening Techniques

August 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
A strong use of Radius in Unsharp Mask may help your nature images
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Optics In A Digital World
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Optics In A Digital World

July 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Lenses are limited by the laws of physics, but software can help remove some of those limitations
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RAW Vs. JPEG
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RAW Vs. JPEG

June 1, 2007 | Rick Sammon
“Cameras don’t take pictures, people do” is a well-known photo adage. However, you not only need a camera to take pictures and to get good exposures, but you need to know what your camera can and can’t do—especially when it comes to setting what image format to shoot with. For this image taken inside of a hot-air balloon (technically called the “envelope” by hot-air balloonists), I shot in the RAW mode rather than JPEG. For me, it’s sometimes a quality and exposure flexibility issue, but more than that, it’s a personal preference.
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

May 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Lightroom is a program designed for photographers and the way they work
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The Sky Solution
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The Sky Solution

May 1, 2007 | Sergio Waman
Using Photoshop to repair problem skies when the light is too contrasty for your film or sensor to record properly
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The Myth Of Protective Underexposure
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The Myth Of Protective Underexposure

January 1, 2007 | Rob Sheppard
Hamlet's new D-SLR dilemma: to underexpose or not to underexpose?
Understanding Layers
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Understanding Layers

November 1, 2006 | Lewis Kemper
Use these tips to make the most of this key Photoshop tool
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Craft & Control In Photoshop
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Craft & Control In Photoshop

June 1, 2006 | Rob Sheppard
Interpret a scene optimally to match your vision of the subject
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