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Travel Photography – Five Tips to Get Images Meaningful to YOU!

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Travel Photography – Five Tips to Get Images Meaningful to YOU!

So you’ve gone on a big trip of a lifetime, brought home thousands of images. Turns out the ones that you want to print and hang on the wall, or that your friends and family want to see are not the ones you expected.

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Snow is White, not Gray

Posted in Blog, Featured, Great Outdoors, Photography

                    Unless you take control, when your camera looks at a bright snowy frame, it thinks – whoa! That’s too bright! I need to darken it down! And so it does, making your snow turn out gray.

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Lightroom to Gmail setup

Posted in Blog, Lightroom, Sharing Photos

One of the best things about Lightroom is being able to send images directly to your email client without exporting/opening ¬†your client/attaching the file etc etc. Unfortunately, setting this up to work with a Gmail account can be problematic because, unless you use this workaround, you need to lower your Gmail security settings (never a […]

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Lightroom: Remove Graduated and Radial Filter Effects with Brushes

Posted in Blog, Learn, Lightroom

Lightroom: Remove Graduated and Radial Filter Effects with Brushes

The erase brush in Lightroom’s graduated and radial filters allow you to erase the effect of the filter on selected areas

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Springing into Flower and Blossom Photography

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Springing into Flower and Blossom Photography

Photography tips for getting great shots of springtime flowers and blossoms

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Rookie (and Pro) Mistakes

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Rookie (and Pro) Mistakes

A pro is embarrassed by her mistake on a recent shoot – pledges to do better!

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