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The Importance of Shooting in RAW Format

I once saw a conversation about RAW vs JPG going on in a photography Facebook group. The question was, “Should I shoot in RAW or JPG?” And the photographer in question was stating that he only shot in jpeg – not only did he get more shots on his card, but he felt RAW gave…

Shooting Raw is the only way…

Shooting Raw is the only way…

According to Jamie Taylor of SouthCape Photography, shooting Raw is not an option. It is a necessity. And while you may feel it is or strongly that it is not, I love her dedication and the way she argues her point below. Enjoy! Camera Raw is an unprocessed, uncompressed raw file. Jpeg is a processed…

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Where to start editing thousands of pictures from a big trip or on location shoot?

Today Daniel Hurtubise is going to explain his process of getting his images from CF cards to computer after a photo trip or big on location shoot. When you come back from a shooting in location, you usually comeback with a LOT of images. So today I’m going to walk you through my first step…

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Enhancing Skies Using Smart Objects in Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop

Yesterday I showed you how to add fake skies where the sky is completely blown.  Today’s tutorial will teach you what to do if you have a nice sky that is just a little too light and could use some depth.  Thank you to our guest blogger Daniel Hurtubise for this fantastic tutorial. One note:…

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