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B&H Gear News Roundup: January 17, 2014

This week in the news: Adobe released a major update for Photoshop CC, which added a new perspective manipulation tool and the ability to use 3D printers; Sakar revealed the Vivitar IU680 smartphone-friendly camera system; Roland is producing a new drum machine that aims to be a follow-up to the classic TR-808; and Fujifilm is offering new handgrip accessories for the X-Pro1 and the X-E2 cameras.

This is your B&H Gear News Roundup for January 17, 2014. Follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: September 28th, 2012

This week in the news: Adobe released Photoshop and Premiere Elements 11; Black Magic told us why there is such a delay on their cameras; Apple's iOS 6 made a lot of headlines, and more.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for September 28th, 2012. Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: September 7th, 2012

This week in the news: Fujifilm updates its cameras; Zeiss makes an exciting announcement; Photoshop Touch gets updated for the Retina Display, and more.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for September 7th, 2012.

Be sure to follow us on Twitter for the latest news as it breaks.

Colin Smith of PhotoshopCAFE.com on Non-Destructive Dodging and Burning in Photoshop

Dodging and burning is a technique where portions of a photograph are selectively darkened (burning) or lightened (dodging). This is where you can add emphasis to certain portions of a photograph, or just bring back detail in certain areas. It’s a powerful technique for composition and creativity. The terminology comes from the traditional darkroom where an enlarger—combined with cupping of hands and cutouts on wire—were used to control the amount of light on different portions of a photograph.

Editor's Note: This is a guest blogpost from Colin Smith of PhotoshopCafe.com. If you find this useful, we encourage you to check out the RouteCS6 tour that he is currently doing.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Roundup: June 1st, 2012

This week in the news: Nikon issues a firmware update to their higher-end DSLRs; a new 27-inch Dell computer aims itself right at the iMac; a new Lightroom update, and more.

This is your B&H Photo Pulse News Roundup for June 1st, 2012.

From Start to Finish: How to Get More Accurate Color From Your Images

A camera's LCD screen can be quite misleading when viewing your images. Often, when you import your images onto your computer they don't look anything like what you originally shot (that is, if you were working with RAW files). In order to get better color out of your images, you'll need to follow a couple of steps. And once you've reached the end, it will be like night and day.

We talked to four of the leading industry professionals to talk about how they get better color. Here are their tips from start to finish:

Lead image is Beached by JCNixonPhoto via the B&H Photo Flickr Group

B&H Pulse Weekly News Round-Up: March 9th, 2012

This week in the news: Apple announces their new iPad; SLRMagic outed some new lenses; Adobe finally released Lightroom 4; and Google decided to make all of their web content accessible in one place for Android users.

This is your B&H Pulse news feed for March 9th, 2012.

B&H Pulse Weekly News Round-Up: February 17th 2012

This week in the news: Apple tests a new 8-inch iPad; lots of new accessories came out for gamers; and Lensbaby announced a brand new creative optic designed for portrait photographers. Plus, the internet got a sneak peek at Adobe Photoshop CS6's latest tweaks to the very-popular Content-Aware Fill feature.

This is your B&H Pulse news fix for February 17, 2012.

Quick Photoshop Tip Brought to you by Kelby Training and B&H Photo Video

Color correction is a problem that plagues many photographers. This video from KelbyTraining demonstrates how you can save a severely discolored image in Adobe Photoshop with a couple of simple adjustments—no magic dust required. This is the first of an exciting ongoing series from Kelby Training designed to give viewers a peek at some Photoshop secrets, shortcuts, tips and tricks that can help you to improve your digital images and workflow.

Take a look at the video after hitting the read and discuss button and for more in-depth training please visit Kelbytraining.com. They also have full one day seminars at Kelbytraininglive.com.

How to Use Grandpa's Gray Hair for White Balancing

One way to white balance an image in Lightroom 3 is to find what is called Middle Gray, using the white balancing dropper tool. When you hover over certain parts of the image, the RGB levels appear, and one of the best methods is to make sure that all of them are around 50%. Typically, this happens in the middle gray area. The following white balancing procedure transpired when I was searching through my archive for photos to use for another BHInsights blog post.

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