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Astrophotography preparation brings first-time success

Astrophotography is not easy but a little planning goes a long way. Learn the steps needed to get it right on the first try.

Employing rule of thirds teaches compositional balance

The rule of thirds is another of the most basic and fundamental compositional techniques employed in visual art. As such, this keystone element of...

Adjusting Photoshop white balance like a pro

A gray card in photography refers to a flat object of neutral gray used as a reference object for exposure and color. If you...

Six Photoshop tools that remove unwanted objects

I'm not a professional photographer so sometimes I don't get the most perfect image in-camera. If you are like me sometimes a little help...

Processing Milky Way shots with Photoshop

As promised this article is processing Milky Way shots I took last month. I don’t profess to be a professional photographer or a professional Photoshop...

How to capture the magnificent arms of the Milky Way

Astrophotography takes a fair amount of dedication. Being middle aged, working a full-time job and living in the city doesn’t help matters when it...

Time lapse photography not as difficult as it seems

Although learning time lapse photography is sometimes a frustrating process, it is very rewarding and not as difficult as it appears on the surface....

Using focus stacking in Photoshop to sharpen images

Focusing stacking uses both the camera and post-processing software like Adobe Photoshop to create sharper images. Landscape and macro photographer employ the technique when...

Urban environments provide street photography many opportunities

Street photography breaks down the complex urban environment into easily digestible snapshots of information. Lack of confidence and complicated scenes intimidate some aspiring street...

Colors create depth, mood and communicate cultural meanings

At its fundamental base, photography is the simple act of capturing the spectrum of light. The eye perceives the visible spectrum of light wavelengths...