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Canon Releasing New EOS 5D Mark IV Digital SLR

I’ve talked about various cameras in the last few months. Some were very low end and a couple were nice consumer cameras. Today’s camera is on the high end and it comes with a price tag to match. But if you are looking for a top of the line digital …

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Fixing A Dark Photo for National Dog Day

Yesterday was National Dog Day and I wanted to honor my dog Freckles. As I looked through old photos, I found a whole series that were severely underexposed as shown in the JPG file below. If you are shooting with a DSLR (Digital Single Lens Reflex) camera, I’ve always recommended …

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Fill Flash and RAW Files Can Help Editing of Photos

A loyal reader has used the Hire the Geek service in order to improve the quality of some irreplaceable photos. Each of the photos was taken in bright light. In all cases, the faces of the people in the photos was in deep shadow. By looking at the EXIF data …

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Canon and Nikon DSLRs to Consider For Your Photography

I ask you a question in yesterday’s post, Should You Do Some of Your Own Photography? In that post, I also had a link to the last roundup I did of cameras. Today I wanted to explore some of the more popular DSLRs available today. DSLRs are not inexpensive, but …

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Should You Do Some of Your Own Photography?

In my post last week, I briefly mentioned taking photos of some of the awards and other products you create. After writing that post, I wanted to cover more about photography in this post. I will go over some of the equipment you need to consider when shooting photos of …

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A Lineup of Canon DSLRs for Doing Product Shots

I’m working on a piece for a magazine where I’m going to talk about various elements required to do product shots. It is very important to have a camera that allows you to manually set things like the aperture and shutter speed. This post is not something to teach you …

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Microphone XLR Audio Adapter for DSLR Camera Video Shoots

Early this week I filmed some videos for CorelDRAW X6 Unleashed. Over the years I’ve spent hundreds of hours in front of a camera, but this was the first time the video was shot with a DSLR. One of the challenges with any video shoot is capturing the audio. As …

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Stunning Image of Solar Eclipse and How It Was Shot

Truly iconic images combine a photographer’s skill with being in the right place at the right time. At right you’ll see an image of the most recent solar eclipse shot by photographer Colleen Pinski in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Being in the right place at the right time allowed her to …

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Corel AfterShot Pro Service Pack Available

In early January Corel released the first version of AfterShot Pro. I did a post titled Corel AfterShot Pro, Formerly Bibble Pro, Now Available that told you all about it. As noted by the title, it is an updated version of the product formerly known as Bibble Pro. First, we …

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RAW Formats Supported by Camera RAW Lab in CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X6

One of the problems with having RAW support in a graphics application is that you are dealing with a target that is constantly moving. With each new version and service pack, Corel adds support for more cameras. For those who only occasionally work with RAW files, the Camera RAW Lab …

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