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Quick Print Resizer – Free Action

Here’s another one of my free downloads. As always it’s hosted on Adobe Exchange which means it’s free to download, but you’ll need to register on the Adobe site. It’s well worth it registering as it opens the door to lots of g...
 
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A day at the races

Usually my email inbox is full of the usual junk mail, spam and the odd bizarre suggestions for videos (but that’s another story). Every now and then an email arrives that’s a bit special and when I read the email from Geoff, I...

 
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New training location

Way back in January this year i visited the Gatwick Aviation Museum in Surrey to do one of my 15 minute photo challenges. It was a freezing cold day with a biting wind. Half the planes were wrapped up in protective winter cover...
 
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Flora Light ~ Review

There are seems to be an endless choice of lighting options available to the modern photographer, but the choice often boils down to either flash or continuous light sources. Personally I like and use both on a regular basis, i...

 
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Quick Shot Answers No.1

You asked the questions and I’ll provide the answers. Questions in this video. 1- How do I minimise noise ? 2- How many studio lights do I really need? 3- Does Elements have the same RAW controls and Photoshop? 4- Why can’t ope...
 
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Hasselblad H4D – Experience and thoughts

Let’s get something clear right from the word go… I love my Canon cameras and lenses and have no plans to buy a Hasselblad any time soon. OK with that out of the way I’ll briefly explain why I’m not using Canon for the photos i...

 
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Selective colour in five steps

Selective colour is one of those little Photoshop tricks that’s well worth keeping up your sleeve. The effect is hardly new, cutting edge or revolutionary, but it can still make an eye catching image providing it’s used sparing...
 
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5 photo motivations tips

If one of your new years resolutions was to take more and better photos, you’re not alone. I say exactly the same thing every year and happily I can report that it’s one resolution I stick to. So what’s my secret? As with any n...