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Great photography happens where craft and vision converge

Great photography happens where craft and vision converge

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Lightroom CC and Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheets If you’ve recently signed up for Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC then you’ll probably find these cheat sheets with keyboard short cuts really useful. They’ve been laid out both in a keyboard format but also underneath as a chart with both windows and mac keyboard shortcuts. Here’s the Photoshop CC Keyboard Shortcuts Created by – download it as a PDF here. Here’s the Lightroom CC Keyboard Shortcuts

Ansel Adams Photography: 3 Books 1. Ansel Adams Photography: The Camera. | 219 pages | 1995 | 0821221841 | PDF | 59.48 MB 2. Ansel Adams Photography: The Negative. | 288 pages | 1995 | 0821221868 | PDF | 86.17 MB 3. Ansel Adams Photography: The Print. | 224 pages | 1995 | 0821221876 | PDF | 63.94 MB CS 178 - Digital Photography Course materials Course schedule (click here for the lecture notes) Course description (meeting time, units, prereqs, etc.) Course outline (textbooks, coursework, grading policies, etc.)

Lightroom's Tone Curve Explained It’s no secret that there are many ways to enhance our photographs with Lightroom. By using just a handful of sliders we can get some great results in a matter of minutes and by learning how to use tools like the gradient filter tool we can create some more specialized effects with just a little extra effort. So with all these great tools is there still a need for the Tone Curve tool in Lightroom 4 and beyond? Or is it just another way of creating the same effects? What is Lightroom’s Tone Curve Tool? Well the answer to that question really lies in the details of what you are trying to accomplish with your post production.

Sports Photography Course SAIT Notes - The Canadian Nature Photorapher Summer Instructor Robert Berdan July 19,22, 23 - 2013 To register please click here to contact SAIT or for more information about their Summer Photography Certificate Register through SAIT by phone at 403 284-7248

The Photography Tips that 96 Photographers Wish They Would Have Learned Sooner Two weeks ago (I know, I’m slow…) on the Improve Photography Facebook fan page, I asked our community what photography tips they wish they would have learned sooner. I was looking for lessons that many photographers procrastinate learning and it ends up keeping them back from progressing as photographers. Over 96 photographers commented on that facebook comment with their hard earned lessons, and I grabbed the most popular lessons from the group to share here. I hope that this article teaches you many ways to save yourself from making rookie mistakes (like I still seem to do every day!). Lesson #1: Envision, plan, and then create

Step by Step Portrait Processing in Lightroom The story When you are photographing someone who enjoys being in front of the camera, take advantage of it. This was a simple portrait to take and its strength comes from the model’s spirit, not fancy technique. Sports Photography Tips by Jerry Lodriguss Back | Home | Up | Next Home | Baseball | Basketball | Boxing | Football | Hockey | Olympics | Track and Field | Other Sports These photographs, text and web page designs are © Copyright 1974 - 2013 Jerry Lodriguss, unless otherwise noted.