Sunset over New York

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Photography tip: How to Properly Expose Your Photos

In this article, we talk about how to expose properly a photo.
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Stitch Multiple Exposures using Lightroom and Photoshop Part 1

In this article we talk about multiple exposures using Lightroom and Photoshop
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How to Use Histograms To Properly Expose RAW files in Adobe Lightroom Part 3 of 3 – The Importance of Proper Exposure to Workflow

The perfection of any photograph is almost always first judged by how well it is exposed, and in 5 minutes I’ll show you how to expose for sunset photos perfectly.
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How to Use Histograms To Properly Expose RAW files in Adobe Lightroom Part 2 of 3 – Whites and Blacks

What’s the difference between a good photograph and a great one? It’s the attention to details. How can you quickly tell when you are losing details in your dark colors and light colors? Find out in Part 2.
What’s the difference between a good photograph and a great one? It’s the attention to details. How can you quickly tell when you are losing details in your dark colors and light colors? Find out in Part 2. [More]

How to Use Histograms To Properly Expose RAW files in Adobe Lightroom Part 1 of 3 – Shadows and Highlights

Few people truly understand the power of Histograms or Shadows & Highlights adjustments in Lightroom, yet they are crucial to creating properly exposed photos with all details. Take 10 minutes and understand your photograph’s real potential.
Few people truly understand the power of Histograms or Shadows & Highlights adjustments in Lightroom, yet they are crucial to creating properly exposed photos with all details. Take 10 minutes and understand your photograph’s real potential. [More]