Top 10 Tips on Using Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush

Tweet The adjustment brush is such a powerful tool in Lightroom. You can do so much with this tool like soften certain parts of an image, dodge and burn key elements of the photo, and many other local adjustments. Check out our past article on how to soften skin with the adjustment brush. There are lots of little tricks and tips that can help you out with the Lightroom Adjustment Brush and here are my top 10 tips for using this tool....

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Google + vs. Facebook the Social Media War Heats Up

Tweet Facebook has been the leader in Social media for quite some time now and Google has made a few attempts in the past to take over. Their past attempts failed but the most recent Google + seems to be taking off and in the photography space is taking shape as a great place for photographers and artists to get together and communicate. The last few days with the ability on Google + to share circles there have been an overwhelming...

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Our 500th Post – Digital Photo Buzz

Tweet Everytime I hit a new milestone on this website I really can’t believe it. Some of you have been with me since the beginning and for those of you who have many, many thanks! From what started as a fun little project to take some frequently asked questions people emailed me about with photography and archive them on a webpage turned into something that I now spend hours on daily. Always trying to find out what photographers...

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A Collection of Some Amazing Bokeh Photos

Tweet The term bokeh comes from the Japanese term boke which means blur. It’s a characteristic of many good portrait photos where you have a nice sharp subject and then a beautiful soft background. Generally images that have good bokeh are taken with lenses that have a very large aperture like a 85mm 1.2 lens. When you open up the lens to 1.2 there is a very small depth of field and the lens produces a beautiful soft background....

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Setting The Tone For A Great Client Meeting

Tweet The other day I had a few meetings with new potential wedding clients and it really got me thinking about how much I have learned over the past 12 years. One thing that I never learned in Art school was how to present myself and my work really well. It was all about composition, lighting and how to create a great image but not much at all on the marketing end of things. So I learned things over a number of years the hard way, by...

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