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How to organize your photos in Lightroom. Don't panic, clean up and organize…

How to organize your photos in Lightroom. Don& panic, clean up and organize your existing Catalog and collection with these tips and instructions. How to relocate and sort out all your photos without losing them!

Simple step-by-step cheat sheets to help you take better photos in the real world. Find out the best camera settings for portraits, food, landscapes, nature and more!

Many digital cameras offer both digital and optical zoom. These two often confuse the average camera buyer, until you know what you’re looking at.

A breakdown of what the numbers on the lens mean, and what to look for when choosing your own lens!

What do the numbers on your lens mean?

I've covered a fair bit on lenses this past week, comparing different focal lengths and understanding lens compression, and I thought I'd rewind a bit for any new photographers, and talk about what the numbers on the lens mean.

How to choose your camera settings when shooting in manual mode - learn how to quickly decide which settings to use and when. Also includes example images along with their settings.

How To Choose Your Camera Settings in Manual Mode (with examples!)

Beginner Photography Tutorial: How to choose your camera settings when shooting in manual mode Includes example images along with their settings - a must read for beginning photographers!

You know the feeling. You've just taken a bunch of shots and excitedly  uploaded them to the computer, but looking at them on the screen you feel a  bit deflated.  You know that something isn't quite right, but you can't  quite put your finger on what's missing - and you have no idea what to do

4 Tips To Make Your Images Look More Professional

Have you recently bagged yourself a new DSLR? Here are 10 camera settings that you should look to change or check before you start shooting!

Step by step guide to using on camera flash indoors. Great tutorial on getting started with your external flash unit! Click through to read the full tutorial!

A Step by Step Guide to Using a Speedlight

Quick Start Guide to Using On Camera Flash Indoors - a step by step guide to how to use your speed light to supplement available light indoors.

8 Top Photography Tips for Beginners — Live Snap Love by Audrey Ann by suzette

Photography tutorial for beginners: a step by step guide on how to make the switch from photographing in JPEG to shooting in RAW. If you don't yet shoot in RAW I suggest you give it a try after you have read this!

Struggling with blurry pictures?  Learn what you can do to get sharp focus in your photos.  Get tack sharp images by doing these super easy things!

Quick Tips for Getting Super Sharp Focus in Your Photos Every Time!

Family Photography Tips: Struggling with blurry pictures? Learn what you can do to get sharp focus in your photos. Get tack sharp images by doing these super easy things!

Simple step-by-step cheat sheets, to help you take better photos with your Canon Rebel T6. Check out my best camera settings for portraits, food, landscapes, nature and more!

Simple step-by-step cheat sheets, to help you take better photos with your Canon Rebel Check out my best camera settings for portraits, food, landscapes, nature and more! Eyebrow Makeup Tips

When shooting with a DSLR, you have two choices of file formats in which to  take your image - RAW or JPEG.   Most amateurs shoot in JPEG.  If you do,  and are happy with the results you are getting, then of course by all means  you can continue to do so! However, if you worry about not getting y

Making the Switch From JPEG to RAW

Although we can literally do a ton of things in editing, and fix many  in-camera mistakes from the safety of our computer desk, there are some  things we just can't fix in processing, no matter how hard we try! Out of  focus images, bad lighting, and clipped highlights are some of the things  th

5 Things to Make Sure You Get Right in Camera

Although we can literally do a ton of things in editing, and fix many in-camera mistakes from the safety of our computer desk, there are some things we just can't fix in processing, no matter how hard we try! Out of focus images, bad lighting, and clipped highlights are some of the things th

When shooting with a DSLR, you have two choices of file formats in which to  take your image - RAW or JPEG.   Most amateurs shoot in JPEG.  If you do,  and are happy with the results you are getting, then of course by all means  you can continue to do so! However, if you worry about not getting your  settings right, or you want to improve the final look of your images, then  I strongly suggest giving shooting in RAW a chance.  Although it’s not a  magic pill for getting good images, shooting…

Making the Switch From JPEG to RAW

When shooting with a DSLR, you have two choices of file formats in which to take your image - RAW or JPEG. Most amateurs shoot in JPEG. If you do, and are happy with the results you are getting, then of course by all means you can continue to do so! However, if you worry about not getting your settings right, or you want to improve the final look of your images, then I strongly suggest giving shooting in RAW a chance. Although it’s not a magic pill for getting good images, shooting…

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