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Control the Background in Your Macro Photos

April 25, 2013  Author:  

Control the Background for powerful macro photography As with most forms of photography, macro imagery benefits from having a strong main subject; A subject that… READ MORE >

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Two Elements to Better Macro Photography

April 22, 2013  Author:   (1)

I thought that title might suck you in and now that I’ve got your attention I want to tell you about my favorite accessory for… READ MORE >

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Mark S. Johnson Releases Color Correction Video Tutorial Series

April 17, 2013  Author:  

Photographer, Photoshop luminary, author and longtime RMSP instructor Mark S. Johnson is at it again. If you will remember back,  just a few weeks ago,… READ MORE >

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Finding Inspiration on Google+ Images

April 16, 2013  Author:  

Google+: A Central Hub For Photographic Inspiration Remember the old adage that “knowledge is power?” If you spend ten minutes per day looking at images… READ MORE >

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How to Set Up Your Google+ Account

April 8, 2013  Author:   (1)

Google+ Offers Us An Endless Pool of Inspiration I have been teaching about the importance of the Google+ social sharing system for a year. I… READ MORE >

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Arctic Snowy Owls in Washington – Guest Article by Steve Russell

March 25, 2013  Author:   (2)

I have long admired Paul Bannick’s photographs of Arctic Snowy Owls and, living in the Pacific Northwest, it never occurred to me that I would… READ MORE >

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How To Upgrade To Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4

March 21, 2013  Author:  

The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 upgrade process often frustrates existing Lightroom users. Sadly, the official Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 installer disk that you purchased at… READ MORE >

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Intro to Google+

February 26, 2013  Author:   (2)

Photography is meant to be shared. We photographers need a supportive community to inspire our work and our best images deserve an appreciative audience. When… READ MORE >

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Choosing a Photo Inkjet Printer

February 15, 2013  Author:   (1)

You’ve decided to take the plunge and begin printing your own digital pictures using a photo inkjet printer. But how do you decide which model… READ MORE >

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Things to Consider Before Clicking the Shutter

February 1, 2013  Author:  

The modern DSLR is an amazing tool that supplies immense control over our image making. This control is delivered through a vast array of camera… READ MORE >

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Creating a Lightroom Catalog

January 11, 2013  Author:  

Lightroom is an enormous leap forward in organizing and developing your images and getting started is simple. Let’s start with some background on the Lightroom… READ MORE >

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Eat or Be Et – Guest Article by Steve Russell

December 28, 2012  Author:  

This is a photography blog, but sometimes subject matter themes present themselves at timely moments of the year. As we humans celebrate our holidays by… READ MORE >

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Mark S. Johnson – Texture Lab Collections

November 20, 2012  Author:  

If you are familiar with RMSP’s line-up of workshops, the name Mark S. Johnson is most likely very familiar to you. Based in Boulder, Colorado… READ MORE >

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Shooting Dragonflies: Show Up, Watch Stuff Happen, Shoot it When it Does (Part 2) – Guest Article by Steve Russell

October 4, 2012  Author:  

See Shooting Dragonflies: Show Up, Watch Stuff Happen, Shoot it When it Does (Part 1) here. Shooting Roosters Some roosters startle easily so shooting with… READ MORE >

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Shooting Dragonflies: Show Up, Watch Stuff Happen, Shoot it When it Does (Part 1) – Guest Article by Steve Russell

September 13, 2012  Author:   (1)

Dragonflies are remarkable subjects to shoot. They come in brilliant arrays and combinations of colors from cherry red to sky blue to emerald and olive… READ MORE >