Month: July 2022

A passport is almost always a necessity when traveling outside your country, and a photograph is required along with identity documents, filling out a form, and paying a fee when applying. The photograph is potentially the most challenging part of the process. The good news is that the photo can be taken and printed at
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Create a better starting point for your edits by applying the Adobe Landscape color profile and using Auto Tone for general enhancements. Adjust lighting, bring out details, remove haze, and fix crooked horizons. Then make specific areas like skies stand out with the Linear Gradient tool. Follow Lightroom: http://facebook.com/Lightroom Tweets by Lightroom http://plus.google.com/+Lightroom http://instagram.com/Lightroom
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Butterfly Wing. Darrell Gulin saw the beauty in the intricate patterns and color of the scales comprising the wing of a spicebush swallowtail butterfly. It was easy to capture with a long exposure at 1.4x with the Canon RF100mm 2.8L Macro IS USM. Exposure: 2 sec., ƒ/32, ISO 1250. In photography, the term macro is
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In recent weeks, we’ve covered two of the three basic elements of creating a proper exposure in-camera—aperture and shutter speed—so let’s take a closer look at the third and final corner of the “exposure triangle,” known as ISO. While your aperture and shutter speed settings will determine how much light enters your camera, ISO refers
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Although the weight of new cameras and telephoto lenses has mostly decreased in recent years, I still recommend using a tripod to support long lenses for wildlife photography. An essential part of any tripod kit is a good quality head. Today, I will review the LensMaster RH-2 gimbal head, which I use for wildlife photography.
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With the back-to-school season on the horizon, and the fall and winter holidays arriving shortly thereafter, we’re entering a busy time for retail and marketing. What’s more, research from McKinsey indicates that more consumers in the US are trying new brands than they did in 2020 and 2021, meaning that companies and advertisers will have
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