Portfolio for iPad app review

Tweet One of the strongest benefits of the iPad in my opinion is its ability to be a very portable portfolio. You can now have hundreds of images and videos all within the beautiful display of the iPad. Built into the iPad you have the Photo app and the Video app that you can use to showcase your images however it’s not the most seamless way and isn’t branded with your brand identity. Since it’s always so important...

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Our 400th Post – Digital Photo Buzz

Tweet Today marks another milestone for Digital Photo Buzz that I am very proud of. We have hit out 400th post and I just wanted to take a moment to thank you all. I know some of you have been following this site since it was created and many of you are new here. For the new visitors, welcome and I hope that this will be a place where you can go to not only get some great tips, tutorials and overall photo inspiration but also be a...

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iPad 2 Photographers Review

Tweet After having the iPad 2 for about a solid month now I wanted to give my full review and some thoughts about how the iPad can apply to Photographers. If you would like to see whats new with the iPad 2 compared to the first iPad check out our review here, iPad 2 new updates. Although the iPad 2 is not a huge leap forward in technology I do believe that some of the small updates do make a difference. Just like with our photography,...

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What version of Photoshop do you have?

Tweet To help me figure out what types of articles to focus on it always helps me to know what everyone is currently using with software. With Photoshop I know there are still many people running CS3 or CS4 (or others) and it would be helpful to know what the breakdown of versions are. Please take a quick minute to answer the question below so I can know where to best focus my future articles: Your browser doesn’t support...

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Adding Layers to Lightroom

Tweet One of the biggest strengths of Photoshop has always been Layers. Layers were introduced to Photoshop early on in version 3.0 back in 1994 and totally revolutionized what Photoshop can do. Being able to layer parts of images over each other gives you endless creative control over what you can create. One of the limits of using Lightroom for more creative editing has been the lack of layers in Lightroom. OnOne Software worked...

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