LRPAD iPad lightroom application review

Tweet I am always looking for new apps to help tie my desktop and mobiles devices all together. The iPad can be such a great tool for consuming content but also in making you more productive as an extension of your desktop. With Lightroom there are so many sliders that you have to adjust it can be pretty time consuming when editing through 100’s of photos. I came across LRPAD awhile back and thought it was a great idea....

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How to use Canon Speedlights with multiple flashes

Tweet One of the questions I get most of on how to use off camera lighting. I have posted various lighting tutorials and info and you can browse through some of them in this category: Digital Photo Buzz Lighting Tutorials But today I ran across a really great video that I think many of you will love. If you have some time to learn sit back and watch this video, its very long (almost 2 hours) and the video itself is from a lighting...

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Baby Photography Tips – Let Them Sleep

Tweet Nothing is more beautiful than a peaceful sleeping baby. But sometimes no matter how tired they are when you are ready to shoot them sleeping they just don’t want to stay asleep. I don’t know how many times a mom has fed, burped and changed a baby then rocked them to sleep and once I start clicking the shutter they start to wake right up. There are a few tips that I have found very useful to keep a baby sleeping. 1-...

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Overview of the Lightroom 4 Cropping Tool

Tweet Today I want to cover the Lightroom 4 crop tool in some detail. While at first glance you would think a crop tool is very simple and straight forward there is actually a lot of great things you can do with the Lightroom 4 crop tool. So lets jump right into what you can do with the crop tool in Lightroom. First the basics, the crop tool is located in the Develop module and can be accessed by clicking on the icon right under the...

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Upgrading to Mountain Lion for Photographers

Tweet I know this site is all about photography but as a photographer in this digital age I have relied on Apple computers for my creative work since the college days of a beige G3. While I might be dating myself a bit I learned Photoshop 3 (yes just 3 not CS3) on a mac and have always loved the ease of use that the Mac OS provides. With the update to Mountain Lion coming tomorrow wanted to chat a little bit about their requirements...

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