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Understanding your camera's settings

Again, another useful post from LifeHacker – too many of us do not fully understand the settings on our cameras.  I often use the auto feature when I don’t have time – for example when I see a shot I want to catch while in moving vehicle.   13 more words

Photography/equipment

improve your photos

As much as I detest the word “hack” in anything that talks about simplifying tasks (let’s use the shortcuts, tips, ideas, etc.), the Lifehacker website has some very useful info on photography – if you’ve been doing photography for a long time, the tips may be old hat yet you may find something useful. 19 more words

Photography/equipment

Websites outside the box

Whether you’re a photographer or any type of artist, Portfoliobox that allows you to put your work online.  There is a free and a paid version (paid about $83/year including domain name).  24 more words

Photoshop

Selling (and sharing) your photos with Zenfolio

Many photographers love sharing as well as selling their work.  Zenfolio.com allows you to do both.  You can have your own domain name and price photos accordingly.   149 more words

Photography/equipment

Thumbnails of PSD, etc. files in Windows

Many of us use Photoshop and Elements on the PC.

It is great to be able to see what a Photoshop (PSD) file looks like before you open it, especially when you have a lot of files you may need to edit.   37 more words

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Decrap your photos - part 2

Often a mediocre photo can be salvaged into something great! However, sometimes you need to know when to just plain give up. This video is from classes that are taught in Fairfield County on photography and retouching of photos. 27 more words

Photography/equipment

Posting, Sharing and Saving Photos inexpensively

For those of you who take pictures, smugmug is a wonderful way to share – you can literally get rid of the storage on your computer and just upload them.   102 more words

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