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25 Aug

Capturing Giants: 5 Tips for Conquering California’s Coast Redwoods

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The coast redwoods are the tallest trees on earth. Majestic and colossal, their 27-foot-wide trunks soar to heights of more than 350 feet, as tall as 35-story skyscrapers. Their lifespan is as humbling as their size. The largest redwood, General Sherman, is estimated to be 2,500 years old, taking root nearly 300 years before the Great Wall of China was built. Before the Gold Rush, California’s redwood forest covered more than 2 million acres, even stretching across the Santa Cruz Mountains....
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25 Aug

How to Reduce Wrinkles Using Photoshop

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We’ve all got them – I’m talking about wrinkles, of course. Whether it’s from the natural progression of aging (hello, crow’s feet!), the distinguished looking forehead lines from a deep thinker or laugh lines from those who enjoy smiling and cackling like it’s their job, wrinkles are a natural part of our appearance. Still, that doesn’t mean we can’t do a little tweaking and editing to reduce their prominence in photos. And thankfully, we have the technology! It’s actually quite simple...
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24 Aug

10 Habits to Help You Learn to Love Exercising

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Getting in shape can be hard. Some of us just aren't blessed with the athletic gene or maybe we have serious trouble getting our head off the pillow on those early mornings we swear we'll get up for a run. As it turns out, developing and following certain routines can make the whole process a whole lot smoother - you might even find yourself enjoying those sweat-it-out sessions more than you thought. Here are 10 simple habits you can develop to...
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24 Aug

7 International Food Photographers Whose Pictures Will Leave You Drooling

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@_c2k: _c2k is a food photographer whose studio work is the stuff other photographers strive for. Her images feature a lot of Asian cuisine, all perfectly styled against clean, well-lit, white backgrounds. She shoots most of her images from a straight on, wide angle aerial view, allowing the impeccably placed, bright ingredients to speak for themselves. She doesn’t distract from the beauty of the food with extra props, tools or place settings, which gives the dishes an extra fresh and healthy...
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23 Aug

How to Get Started With Travel Photography

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PicsArt is a mobile photo editor that provides people with a canvas and tools for creating, collaborating, and exploring, so that anyone can be creative. Here, their resident photographer gives tips on how to start getting into travel photography. As a lifestyle photographer, I always found travel photography very daunting. From getting all the right gear (zoom lens, wide-angle lens, tripod, etc.) to fiddling with filters to climbing steep mountains, travel photography seems to take a whole set of skills...
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23 Aug

Fujifilm’s New Cameras Are Retro-Chic Outside, Premium Inside

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On my desk at work are three cameras. One is a Canon 6D that I use all the time. One is a Nikon N50 film camera which I never use and hate the way it looks. And, most beloved, a Pentax K 1000. It's a camera I wish I used more before because it exudes a classic coolness that's missing in my main camera. Never heard of a Pentax K1000? Here's what my baby looks like: Image:...
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22 Aug

Give Your Images a Cool VCR Glitch Effect with Photoshop

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We may being living in the digital age, but the aesthetics of retro camera and video gear have definitely been making a comeback as of late. From trendy toy cameras to Polaroids to analog fine art photography, the resurgence of techniques and tools from yesteryear keep popping up left and right. If you want to experiment with some vintage elements in your own photography but don't have the right equipment, fear not! Here's how to use Photoshop to give your pictures...
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20 Aug

Video Editing 101

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There's a lot more that goes into editing video than editing still photographs. You have to consider which editing software to use, how to transfer clips from your camera to your computer and how to cut and combine those clips to create a final story. It can be an overwhelming process, but with a little patience and practice, you too can become a pro. First, it’s important to consider the basics. Welcome to Video Editing 101! Choosing Your Software Although all...
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19 Aug

Celebrate World Photo Day with These 8 Incredible Photographers

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August 19 is like Christmas for photographers. That’s because this late summer day marks the annual celebration of the international photography event known as World Photo Day. In efforts to relish in the unbridled passion of the photography community, World Photo Day inspires photographers worldwide to share a single photo with one purpose: sharing their vision of the world with everyone. In honor of World Photo Day, lets take a look at the work of eight brilliant photographers that have...
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19 Aug

Danielle Pottberg: Accidental Photographer and Dream Advocate

Life can throw us for quite a curveball sometimes. There are paths we never consider that we can find ourselves on, and end up thriving by taking a chance and going down them. Danielle Pottberg can certainly attest. While attending the Rhode Island School of Design to study art, photography was the last thing on her mind. In fact, she would only pick up a camera to document her art work. Art was her passion; photography was merely a tool...
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