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Photo-Editing Tutorial: Macro Photography With Focus Stacking

Physics always seems to get in the way of photography. The physics here refers to the fact that when photographers get closer to a subject, the depth of field gets shallower and shallower. Unfortunately, if you need more depth of field, stopping down can’t always get you where you want to be, especially when diffraction can compromise on image quality at extremely small apertures. Focus stacking can really save the day, allowing photographers to create images with everything they need being tack sharp.

Capture One Pro 7: Impressions from a First-Time User

Until recently, my only experience with Capture One was using it for shooting tethered on photo assigments. Every pro that I’ve assisted has used it during their shoots so that art directors, assistants, and anyone else who needed to, could review images while they were being made. Capture One is definitely the industry standard when it comes to shooting tethered.

Adobe Editing Essentials: Photoshop and Premiere Elements 12

Adobe has recently released their newest versions of both Photoshop and Premiere Elements, both of which feature several upgrades and refinements designed to optimize control over editing both photos and videos, with additional support for sharing and exporting on and offline.

 

A Photographer's Favorite Accessories

iPads & Tablets: Icing on the Cake

Whether you’re a wedding photographer, wedding planner, or the lucky couple who will be tying the knot, an Apple iPad 2, new iPad, or one of the many Android tablet PCs can be very helpful when you’re preparing for a wedding. 

35mm Film Scanner Roundup

If you began your love affair with photography back in the days of film, raise your hand. OK. Now raise your hand if you still have a darkroom in which you still print your slides and negatives. I thought so*.

 
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