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How to Get Great Blur in the Background

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    July 19, 2020
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How to Get Great Blur in the Background

One of the things you may notice consistently about great portrait photographs is that they often have blurred backgrounds. This allows the viewer to focus more on the subject, the model, without any distractions. It’s also an aesthetically pleasing effect […]

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Everything You Need to Know About External Hard Drives

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    June 17, 2020
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Everything You Need to Know About External Hard Drives

External hard drives are extremely useful to photographers, for two reasons. First, because they allow us to create a backup of our files, protecting us against situations in which we might lose the work prepared for a client before it […]

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How to Batch Edit in Lightroom

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 27, 2020
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How to Batch Edit in Lightroom

Batch processing is a great way to really speed up your post-production. Lightroom has some really robust features which allow edits and presets to be copied over to multiple photographs, cutting down the time you need to spend on individual […]

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How to Batch Edit in Photoshop

Rhiannon D'Averc   |   
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How to Batch Edit in Photoshop

Batch editing is one of the most useful and time-saving things you can learn as a photographer. It will take a lot of the stress out of editing, as well as cutting down your time to almost zero. Batch edits […]

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How to Straighten an Image

Rhiannon D'Averc   |   
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How to Straighten an Image

Taking an image at a precisely straight angle, without the use of a tripod, can be quite challenging. As a photographer, you will want to get the best possible image straight out of camera, but a straight horizon line can […]

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How to Market Photo Restoration

Rhiannon D'Averc   |    May 15, 2020
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How to Market Photo Restoration

Photo restoration is the art of taking old photographs in various states of damage and restoring them to their former glory. This is usually done with printed photographs that are either very old – think back to the days of […]

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The Secret of the Painterly Edit

Monika Cioban   |    January 23, 2020
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The Secret of the Painterly Edit

One of the questions I hear most often in the photography groups I’m apart of is “how can I achieve the painterly look?”. Some tend to think there is a magical software or a one-click Photoshop action that will turn […]

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