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One of the most (seemingly) basic tools in Photoshop is the venerable Crop Tool. Used to cut way portions of an image to only leave the desired area, the Crop Tool might appear to be simply a one-trick pony. However, there is a lot more to here than you might think. In this guide, I’m
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In recent years, national parks and other popular nature photography destinations have become increasingly crowded and potentially frustrating, with some even requiring reservations. With so many photographers crowding the parking lots and trailheads, perhaps it is time to skip those roadside locations and head deeper into the wilderness for a backpacking-based photography adventure. While I
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[embedded content] TechArt has brought back an improved version of its Leica M to Sony E-mount Autofocus Adapter after seven years of development with better performance, more powerful servo motors, and a compact design that still supports heavier lenses. The TechArt Pro Autofocus Adapter is able to leverage Sony’s phase detection autofocus and the company
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Almost every major camera manufacturer has either openly discontinued its point-and-shoot line of cameras or has not produced a new one in many years, according to a new report. In short, smartphones have all but totally replaced compact cameras. The compact camera market, colloquially known as point-and-shoot cameras, has been experiencing a massive collapse in
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Australia is at a loss with the recent closure of Michaels Camera Video Digital. It was made world-famous for its dedication to the photographic community and extraordinary camera museum. Michaels was more than just a camera store, offering an array of services, including fine art printing, film developing and printing, photographic tuition, equipment rentals, camera
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