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    This article consists of 2 parts. This is part 1 of 2. In this 2 part article, we’re going to explore creating a 3 image HDR merge in Aurora HDR 2019. I’m using RAW photographs from my Inspire 2 X5S camera shot in DNG RAW shooting AEB (auto exposure bracketing) mode taking 3 photographs. One…

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    Are you interested in shooting stock photography and video to make a little extra income? Me, too. However, don’t waste time shooting images you can’t use because your image violates intellectual property (IP) rights. Here are a few shooting tips to help ensure your images will be accepted by stock agencies such as Adobe Stock.…

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    The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This Wrap-Up has articles about opportunity, winter architecture, exploring your self, long exposures and writing. Enjoy!

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    There are two things you are almost always guaranteed to find on the Oregon Coast: Stunning beauty and lots of rain. This summer, I took my family on a quick photo adventure along the central Oregon coast to enjoy the last days of sunshine before school started up again. One of the locations we visited…

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    “In photography, there is a reality so subtle that it becomes more real than reality.” – Alfred Stieglitz Alfred Stieglitz is best known as the photographer who made photography accepted as a form of art. During his 5 decades-long career, he made photographs, opened and operated art galleries. His early years Alfred Stieglitz studied at…

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    Humor or wisdom? Either way, thanks to the Shoppe Designs for today comic.

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    Every weekday, Photofocus curators share a great photograph taken by one of our readers. Every month we highlight photographs in the genres of architecture, beauty, outdoor, street and a flex category that changes each month. In December we started featuring snow photographs, highlighting the cold weather that I’ve become so accustomed to over the past…

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    In this video article, using Final Cut Pro X, I’m going to show you one way to take an existing UHD 4K movie and export/render/share it in 1920×1080 using a custom share. In addition, I’m going to show you how to export just a range of clips from a movie. Watch the video Thanks for…

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    This year was the first year I’ve done client gifts for the holidays. For me, it was a chance to say “thanks” and have them remember me as they head into their holiday season, and most importantly, into the new year. Holiday gifts can be a great marketing tool, no matter what you choose to…

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    I’m always jealous of those photographers who are also musicians — and there are many of them. Me, I can’t carry a tune in a camera bag and I’m practically tone deaf. But the power of music is undeniable and it’s a wonderful tool for sculpting the mood while making pictures. Most studios have music…

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    Category: Architecture Photographer: Nic Taylor Photo: “One World Trade Center” At the site of the original NYC “World Trade Center” towers One and Two, is the Freedom Tower — an architectural echo of the original inhabitants of a building complex so large it had its own zip code. In this street view, the building is framed…

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    Perfectly Clear Complete 3.6 is my go-to tool for finishing proofs before I send them to clients for review. Two of my favorite tools are Beautify and Beautify+. Here’s a closer look at each one and what they offer. Original to Beautify This photo is the original straight out of the camera with no corrections…

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    Overnight, Adobe released updates to its photography ecosystem, including Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC and Camera Raw. The updates contain a variety of improvements as well as support for new cameras and lenses. Lightroom Classic December’s update to Lightroom Classic is focused on workflow and performance improvements. For a complete look at what’s new, visit adobe.com.…

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    Yup, this webinar is a doubleheader. Levi Sim will be joined by two of our other authors, Erin Holmstead and Mike Hagen to help you learn how to make the most of your portraits and your travel photography. They’ll teach techniques to make the most of your time shooting and then they’ll demonstrate Perfectly Clear Complete to…

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    Ever since I switched to mirrorless with my Sony a7R II, I’ve been trying to figure out the easiest way to clean my sensor. As you might know, without the mirror to protect the sensor, mirrorless cameras can collect a lot of dust spots! I’ve gone through a lot of options — blowers, sensor swabs,…

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    Category: Beauty Photographer: Baspherical Photo: “Display Dummy, Düsseldorf” An otherworldly, film-noir look into a possible future is evoked with this offering-“Display Dummy, Düsseldorf.” A close look causes wonder in the texture of the lips and skin as to whether the dummy is a mannequin or a person. In any case, this haunting possibility of a near-to-come…

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    (Editor’s note: Copyright and all things related are as important to creators of images both moving and still. This guest post by intellectual property attorney, Barry Kaplan gives us all some insights into what copyright law is, where it came from and why it’s important to all of us.) You’re a photographer; a creator. If you’re…

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    A few months ago I traveled to Knoxville, TN for my niece’s graduation. I took an afternoon to take a side trip down to the World’s Fair Expo center to do some architectural and travel photography. It was an overcast day and the afternoon thunderstorms started to roll in, but I wanted to photograph this…

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    With winter now in full swing, we want to see your best celebration photographs for our January Photographer of the Day feature! Whether it’s celebrating with friends and family during the holidays or how you partied like it was 2004 for high school graduation, submit your photos today for consideration. This summer, we made some…

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    “Unless some sweetness at the bottom lie, Who cares for all the crinkling of the pie?” This line is from William King’s Poem, “The Art of Cookery,” and it applies perfectly to portraiture. Today’s tip is quick, and it includes the challenge that you should memorize this line of poetry — it’ll broaden your horizons…

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