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How to Customize Your Photoshop Workspace

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    November 8, 2016
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How to Customize Your Photoshop Workspace

When you look at your Photoshop workspace – the area that you can see while you are working – you probably see something very similar to the vast majority of Photoshop users. The program comes set up a certain way, […]

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How to Say “No” To Bad Photography Clients

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    November 4, 2016
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How to Say “No” To Bad Photography Clients

As a photographer, it is pretty much guaranteed that you will come across a bad client at some point in your career. This is the kind of client that you should avoid at all costs, and who will in fact […]

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How Colour Tones Create a Mood

Mallerie Stephens   |    October 24, 2016
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How Colour Tones Create a Mood

Colour tones are one of the easiest ways to edit photographs. You no longer have to worry about colour correction if you are adding a cast to the overall image, and you can also use subtle touches to introduce a […]

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How to Edit Every Photo in 5 Minutes or Less

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    October 22, 2016
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How to Edit Every Photo in 5 Minutes or Less

When editing photographs, it’s common to spend more time going through them than it actually took to capture them. This is a problem for all professional photographers, especially those who are working on a regular basis or at high volume. […]

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Why you Should Learn How to Shoot in Manual Mode

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    October 12, 2016
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Why you Should Learn How to Shoot in Manual Mode

Manual mode is something that you probably know all about, even if you can’t actually use it. It’s the setting on your camera where everything is in your control. You set the F stop, the shutter speed, the ISO, and […]

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Photography Craft Ideas for Kids

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    August 25, 2016
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Photography Craft Ideas for Kids

There are lots of great ways to get kids involved with photography, and getting crafty always keeps them interested. If you want to make sure that your kids grow up with a passion for photography – or give your clients […]

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The Rules of Composition for Photographers

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    July 20, 2016
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The Rules of Composition for Photographers

Putting together a photograph is often not as easy as it looks. When you become a professional photographer, or even a hobbyist, you can quickly discover that. One of the main areas that often eludes those who want to take […]

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The Dangers of Using Fireworks Around Animals (And Learn How to Achieve this Look in Photoshop Instead!)

Summerana   |    July 3, 2016
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The Dangers of Using Fireworks Around Animals (And Learn How to Achieve this Look in Photoshop Instead!)

Guest post by DesiLu Photography With Independence Day approaching, there was no question – we had to add a little spark to our images with fireworks! 4th of July and fireworks – they go hand in hand right? YES! And everyone […]

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How to Deal With Photography Industry Bullies

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 30, 2016
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How to Deal With Photography Industry Bullies

In the photography industry, it’s very probably that you will come across criticism. Sometimes this criticism can be constructive – from friends, mentors, or fellow creatives, it can be intended to help you improve your craft and get better results. […]

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