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Shooting Panoramas – Part 2
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Shooting Panoramas – Part 2

In my last article on shooting panoramas, the exposures were relatively even and when Photoshop did it’s Merge to Panorama thing, the end result was really good as far as even tones were concerned but, we are not always as lucky and when things don’t go as smoothly as we’d [...]

Shooting Panoramas
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Shooting Panoramas

About the Author: John is an award winning Photoshop Instructor and Professional Photographer living and working in the Greater Toronto Area and is on the faculty at Humber College. Shooting panoramas is fun and easy to do provided you follow a few simple rules. If you are not paying attention [...]

Tips on Photographing Children
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Tips on Photographing Children

About the Author Kelly is a professional photographer, television sports broadcaster and a retired Canadian Olympian, shoots from her home base in Canmore, Alberta. www.kellyvanderbeek.com Photographing children either excites you or terrifies you. Since I fit into the excited category, it amazes me how many photographers cringe at the idea of [...]

Auto Focus Fine Tuning Your Lens – Using the Spyder Lens Cal Device
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Auto Focus Fine Tuning Your Lens – Using the Spyder Lens Cal Device

About the Author: John is an award winning Photoshop Instructor and Professional Photographer living and working in the Greater Toronto Area and is on the faculty at Humber College. Yes, I know, I could have made my own instead of spending my hard earned money on this device. And yes, [...]

Filtered
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Filtered

About the Author: Dustin is a full time pastor/part time photographer from Pembroke, Ontario who shoots professionally but primarily for capturing beauty and sharing it with others. www.dustinabbott.net Even the best of lenses cannot overcome the various lighting conditions that photographers encounter. In the perfect world, we would all be able [...]