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LAOWA 12mm f/2.8 ‘Zero-D’ lens – The world’s widest f-2.8 rectilinear lens
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LAOWA 12mm f/2.8 ‘Zero-D’ lens – The world’s widest f-2.8 rectilinear lens

Introduction I came to the conclusion that this lens is a “Game Changer” after shooting with this lens for just a few minutes and anyone who tries it out will agree. The phrase “Zero-D” that is used in all conversations regarding this lens. If I am not mistaken, this is […]

Sharpening using Overlay in Photoshop
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Sharpening using Overlay in Photoshop

Photoshop Professor Notes series Introduction Sharpening our images using the Overlay Blending Mode in combination with the High Pass filter has been around for quite a while now and some of you may even use it at this point but I am going to explain why it works so well. I am […]

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Photoshop Professor Notes

Adding Impact to  your images John Warren – September 11, 2016 Introduction The quality of the images coming out of our digital cameras these days is quite stunning compared to what we used to get from our cameras years ago. Even the compact all-in-one and cell phone cameras produce great results but, […]

Organizing your image files – Part 2
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Organizing your image files – Part 2

In the last article on this topic I discussed the need to get all of your image files in order and hopefully you have started the process. In this second part of “Organizing your image files”, I would like to talk about improving on this organizing and just as important, […]

Organizing your image files
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Organizing your image files

This is a topic I am asked about quite often not only in the classroom but out in the field, especially by those who are relatively new to photography with little computer experience. This does not have to be complicated (and it can be) but it is more in the […]

Shooting Sports – Part 2
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Shooting Sports – Part 2

If you think shooting indoors was challenging – read Shooting Sports Part 1 in PHOTONews Spring 2015 – wait until you go outside where you have absolutely no control over your shooting conditions at all.  If you are lucky, the temperature will be warm, the sun will be shining and […]

Shooting Sports
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Shooting Sports

Nikon D3 – Nikon 70-200mm f2.8 | ISO 6400 – 1/800 @ f2.8 I have been shooting sports for over 25 years professionally. I first started shooting sports my last year of high school when my buddies and I would go skiing in the Laurentian mountains just north of Montreal. […]

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 […]

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, […]