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Posted 12/11/14
As a photographer, you’ve probably found that the world of digital photography has opened up tremendous opportunities, but has perhaps also caused you to accumulate many more photographic images than you ever thought possible. You may also feel that you prefer to focus on the creative side of photography, rather than the technical aspects of keeping your images organized. OK, let’s face it. There are some challenges in creating (and following) an image-management workflow that will help ensure you can always find the image you need when you need it. But Tim Grey has some great tips that will help you keep your photos organized and safe. In this session, Grey counts down his top 15 tips for image-management success in Lightroom. Whether you’ve been using Lightroom for years or you are considering adopting this powerful software in your own workflow, you’ll find some great tips you can put to use right away. And perhaps, more importantly, you’ll gain confidence that you can, indeed, achieve image-management success in Lightroom 5!  Tim Grey  is regarded as one of the top educators in digital photography and imaging, offering clear guidance on complex subjects through his writing and speaking.  He has written more than a dozen books on digital imaging for photographers, including the best-selling Real World Digital Photography and Color Confidence. With the help of video2brain, he has produced several dozen video training titles on a wide variety of subjects. Grey has also had hundreds of articles published in magazines, such as Digital Photo Pro, Outdoor Photographer, and others. He publishes the free daily "Ask Tim Grey" email newsletter, as well as the Pixology monthly electronic magazine. Grey teaches through workshops, seminars, and appearances at major events around the world. For more  information about his work, click here.
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Posted 07/23/14
Join Vanessa Joy as she offers you 20 new ideas that’ll bring your brand from bland to booming. From social media to in-person networking, you’re sure to find unique methods of getting your business known. Branch out into new forms of marketing that’ll help you gain new clients, more credibility, and expand your network. About Vanessa Joy: 15 years of photography, nine years of weddings, five years of business ownership (not to mention five college degrees.) In her five short years in business, Vanessa has had her work featured in more than 30 magazines, including five cover photos and features in PDN, Professional Photographer and Rangefinder magazines. She just accepted her first Grand Imaging Award from PPA and won Second Place in WPPI's online print competition. She brought her business from 0 to 14 weddings in her first year (not including second shooting gigs) and now runs one of the most successful wedding photography studios in New Jersey, shooting 35 weddings a year, while speaking across the country at venues such as WPPI, Imaging USA, PPA-related conventions and personal workshops. Recognized for her talent and more so her business sense, Joy's clients love working with her and industry peers love to learn from her generous, informative and open-book style of teaching.
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Posted 07/17/12
In this session, Alan Kesselhaut will teach you about the gear, camera set-up and shooting techniques associated with HDR Photography. As well as a demonstration of HDR processing software, and post processing techniques.
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Posted 06/25/15
Keeping your digital photos organized is difficult, especially if your cataloging system changes as you grow as a photographer. Lightroom helps simplify things, but there are tricks to the trade that you should know in order to maximize your organization. In this video, Tim Grey helps you streamline your workflow and organizational system to help prevent frustration in the future, and allow you to find photos quickly and easily. Grey shows us these methods in Lightroom 6, but they can certainly apply to older versions of Lightroom, too.
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Posted 03/23/21
David Marx of @Focus Photo School details how to improve your sunrise and sunset photographs using Adobe Lightroom Classic and CC. He will show you how to edit like a pro, explaining how his Lightroom workflow makes his images pop. Watch this instructive session, then share your own editing experiences and tips in the Comments section, below.
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Posted 11/09/20
Portrait photographer Vlasta believes that making your subjects and models comfortable begins with being comfortable yourself and developing a dynamic. In this conversational photography seminar, Vlasta shares her techniques to get the most out of your subjects for your portraiture, whether for commercial photography or headshots. What are your tips on posing your subjects? Tell us about them in the Comments below. Similar photography tips and tutorials: Family Portrait Photography Tips: From Planning to Photoshoot How to Pose Models: 5 Portrait Photography Tips with Dave Krugman How to Pose Families During a Photoshoot 5 Maternity Photoshoot Tips with Lola Melani
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Posted 12/05/20
In this seminar, Dolphia Nandi shares her food photography tips. Go behind the scenes on her photoshoots and learn how to utilize food styling, angle, props, backgrounds, and more in your photographic compositions. Are you a food photographer or eager to get started? Share your questions and favorite tips for mouth-watering images in the Comments section, below! Similar photography tutorials 5 Tips for Better Food Photography with Cheat Day Eats How to Make Fake Ice Cream for Food Photography Food Landscape Photography at Home How to Make a Recipe Video for Social Media
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Posted 11/05/18
Learn how to leverage the power of Wacom tablets to improve your post processing workflow from start to finish. Wacom’s MobileStudio Pro combines all the benefits of a touch sensitive tablet with a powerful Windows 10 computer. When combined with Lightroom and Photoshop, photographers have an exciting platform for working in the field, editing on the go, and bringing it all back home. Whether shooting tethered right into Lightroom or importing via the built-in card reader, you’ll be able to leverage the efficiencies that come with customizable buttons, pressure sensitive pen input, and touch screen gestures to quickly edit a shoot, batch process the keepers, seamlessly move between Lightroom and Photoshop, and deliver the final images. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how to take advantage of Wacom technologies to create, manage, and share your photography.
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Posted 10/31/20
In the second installment of our Basics of Photography series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale walks you through settings, such as exposure, white balance, focusing, camera RAW vs JPEG and more! Join us to learn how to use a camera to your advantage! Part 1: Photography 101: Cameras & Lenses- The Basics of Photography Part 3: Photography 101: Composition- The Basics of Photography Part 4: Photography 101: Lighting- The Basics of Photography Sponsored by Sony
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Posted 10/24/20
In this first of his four-part series, Sony Artisan of Imagery Tony Gale goes over photography basics, such as camera and lens types, full-frame versus crop sensor, prime versus zoom lenses, and more. If you have ever wanted to learn photography, but didn’t know where to start, then this series is for you!  And once you've gotten your feet wet with this session, turn to the next part in this series: Part 2: Photography 101: Camera Settings- The Basics of Photography Part 3: Photography 101: Composition- The Basics of Photography Part 4: Photography 101: Lighting- The Basics of Photography Sponsored by Sony
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