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How to Use Photoshop to Enhance Details in Your Photos

Do you think that your images lack details? Here is the way to extract the extra details that are already present in your photos, but are not visible, using Photoshop.

How to Use Photoshop to Enhance Details in Your Photos

Some methods like high pass sharpening will either give you a way too crunchy look or create halos around the edges of the different elements in your image. However, this is a different approach, which is less prone to these unwanted artifacts. Read more…

10 Pro Tips to Design a Killer Mood Board to Present Your Work

When you’re working on a design or photography project for a client, a mood board can be one of the best ways to get your vision across. A mood board is essentially a collage of things that inspired you for this particular project. They can help you really nail down the look and feel of your work, and make sure it’s cohesive. But they’re not just for the designer; they’re also a great way to present your work to your client and showcase what you do.

how to design a killer mood board

We’re going to walk you through some of our expert tips for designing a fantastic mood board that helps both you and your client achieve the result you want. In other words, it’s a win-win! Read more…

7 Last Minute Father’s Day Gifts for Photographers

Father’s Day is just round the corner. If these words made your heart leap in panic, no worries. We have 7 surefire gift ideas for a photography-addicted Dad in your life.

Last Minute Gifts for Photographers

Whether it’s a pro photographer or a budding enthusiast you need to greet, there’s a great gift for every kind of photo buff on this list. And the best part that all of the suggestions are very affordable and can be received instantly so there would be no undelivered gift frustration this holiday. Read more…

Tokina AT-X 11-16 Pro DX II Review: Best Value from Wide Angle

Tokina 11-16mm f2.8 is an ultra wide angle lens for crop sensor camera bodies (DX) with a moderately fast constant aperture of f2.8. It is Tokina’s top of the line lens (AT-X) with an internal focusing (IF) and Super-low Dispersion glass (SD). It is available in Canon, Nikon and Sony A mounts.

Tokina AT-X 11-16 Pro DX II Review With Sample Images

Due to its focal length and fast aperture, it’s an ideal choice for landscape photographers and a must have for street and indoor photography. Among its competitors, it’s the most cost effective and value for money solution for ultra wide shooting needs. Read more…

The Secret to Getting Tack Sharp Images for the Web

Do your images end up looking soft when you resize them and export them for the web?

how to save sharp images for the web

When you resize an image, it loses some sharpness. With a 24 MP image measuring 6000 px you need to resize quite a lot to downsize it for optimal web use which is often around 800 px wide. That is why a set-once-and-forget approach to sharpening will not get you great, sharp looking images to share on social media or to upload to your website. Read more…

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