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Bokeh for Beginners

Bokeh for Beginners

Republished from Nikon USA Jody Dole Bokeh is easily seen in the foreground and background. D3X, 200mm lens, 1/3200 second, f/2.8, -1.0 EV.     Bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke (ボケ), which means “blur” or “haze”, or boke-aji, the “blur quality.” Bokeh is pronounced BOH-Kə or BOH-kay. Visit any photography website or forum […]

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX100 - Smartphone's first attachable camera

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX100 – Smartphone’s first attachable camera

Sony Cyber-shot DSC-QX100 First-impressions Review September 2013 | By Allison Johnson – As posted on dpreview The smartphone and the point-and-shoot are not, by nature, natural companions. One takes better pictures than the other but has difficulty sharing them. The other takes less inspiring images, but can share them instantly. One is easy to leave at home by […]

How to Smooth Skin In Lightroom

How to Smooth Skin In Lightroom

posted by Pretty Presets  |  Lightroom Tutorials Welcome to the first in a series of ten tutorials designed to help Pretty Preset customers use their products effectively and efficiently. Today, we are talking about smoothing skin with the Skin Smooth brush from the Perfect Portrait brush collection. If you are new to brushes, once the brushes are installed, to access them, click […]

6 Tips to Photographing Your Clients in Public

6 Tips to Photographing Your Clients in Public

If you prefer to shoot in natural light, you may not always have the luxury of photographing your clients in a private space. If you are photographing them in public, though, this can pose its on set of challenges! Here are a few tips on how to make photographing your clients in public a positive experience…

5 Ways to Enhance a Boring Location

5 Ways to Enhance a Boring Location

I’m pretty sure we have all been in this situation, at least once: you’re hired for a shoot, and the location is far from aesthetically pleasing. Whether you’re shooting portraits, commercial work, or environmental photos, there are plenty of ways you can work around the fact that you’re in a not-so-interesting location…

Why You Need a Remote Shutter Release in Your Bag

Why You Need a Remote Shutter Release in Your Bag

Anyone who has been involved with photography for some length of time has heard of shutter release cables. But have you ever asked yourself why you need a remote shutter release in your bag?…