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Did You Know Photoshop Has a Background Eraser Tool?

There are hundreds of tutorials on how to select the background of an image and mask it out, but you probably didn’t know that Photoshop has a dedicated tool for erasing a photo’s background. Here is why you should add this tool to your collection of editing techniques.

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Three Things That Affect the Depth of Field in Your Photos

When you’re new to photography, one of the first things you’ll probably want to do with your fancy, new camera is take one of those shallow depth of field portraits. This helpful video will show you three things that affect the depth of field in your photos.

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Lighting Breakdown: Overhead Lights

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Lighting Breakdown: Overhead Lights

Lighting schemes should always have a purpose, whether it’s to flatter a client, show the details in a product, or create a mood. In this fantasy portrait, my purpose was both to flatter the model and to create a sense of place. Let’s talk about how it was done.

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The Scariest Photo Tour Ever

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The Scariest Photo Tour Ever

Patrick and I recently were recently planning a trip to Alaska, and Patrick became obsessed with a particular excursion: a plane ride that landed on a glacier on the top of Denali Mountain.

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How a Videographer Shot a Short Film on His iPhone For a Film Festival

Moment is a company who makes lenses for iPhones. They recently introduced their Anamorphic lens, and started a festival where some videographers got the opportunity to shoot whatever they wanted to. JR Alli made Disconnected on his iPhone, and this video shows how he did it.

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My Top Five Favorite Photoshop Tips for Workflow

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My Top Five Favorite Photoshop Tips for Workflow

Editing your images can be a love/hate relationship depending on how you feel about post production. Getting tied down in your workflow can be a result of not having the right displays and shortcuts for better visualization of the final result. A few key tricks will lay out your most used tools and displays to get you in and out of Photoshop.

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How to Make Sure You Are Doing It Right When Following Your Passion

For everyone following their passion out there, as much as it feels good to be chasing it, it is also important to check on whether it is actually working out in the practical sense of life. In this video, Vanessa Joy delivers a list of pointers that will come in handy for that introspection.

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Some Very Useful Tips for Making Money as a Photographer

A lot of photographers are quite talented when it comes to using a camera and Photoshop, but being good at making money as a photographer is an entirely different skill. This helpful video will give you some very good tips for ensuring you’re making the money you deserve in photography.

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