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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Dividing The Frame

Go beyond the Rule of Thirds to create dynamic compositions with layers of depth and elements of interest

Dividing The FrameThe four most important lines of any image are the ones that are often least recognized consciously: the frame itself.   Read More...

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

How To Go Big

Get more resolution from your camera with these three key techniques: Upsample, Stack, Stitch

How To Go BigThere are several ways to get more resolution out of your camera.  Read More...

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Extending Format

These techniques are for much more than panoramas

Extending FormatNo one needs to learn to "think outside the box" more than photographers.  Read More...

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Extended Depth Of Field

Focus stacking defeats the limits of optics

Extended Depth Of FieldHow deep would you like your depth of field?  Read More...

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Beyond ETTR And HDR

32-bit processing in Lightroom

Beyond ETTR And HDRTo one degree or another, we've all been underexposing our digital photographs, even if we've been exposing to the right (ETTR).  Read More...

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

The Frame Itself

Explore the expressive possibilities of aspect ratio

The Frame ItselfThe proportion of an image's frame (or aspect ratio) is a fundamental part of the statement it makes.  Read More...

Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Sharpening With HDR Software

Enhance detail by boosting the differences between neighboring tones

Sharpening With HDR SoftwareHDR software is most typically used to render shadow and highlight detail, but it also can be used to enhance tonal separation and detail in any range of tones, even in images with extremely low contrast.  Read More...

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Double Pass & Hybrid Sharpening

Get the best of USM and High Pass techniques

Double Pass & Hybrid SharpeningDifferent sharpening techniques make the world look different.  Read More...

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Output Sharpening

Automate the process for best results

Output SharpeningImage source, frequency of detail, subject, personal preference, output device, substrate or presentation device, and presentation size all play a role in sharpening.  Read More...

 

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