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ON1 Photo RAW 2018 is here.

ON1 Photo RAW 2018 is here.

Lots of new Releases of Photo Software and now ON1 has released their next version of ON1 Photo RAW 2018. ON1 Photo RAW 2018 is officially here! This version will install automatically over any beta version. Download now for Mac or Windows and start having fun! Thank you for being an ON1 customer. ON1 Photo RAW 2018 includes the essential tools and features every photographer needs in their workflow. Our super fast, non-destructive, and state-of-the-art processing engine gives you an…

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New Nikon Keymission Action Cameras

New Nikon Keymission Action Cameras

Three cameras. Infinite possibilities. Nikon just released their new line of Nikon Keymission Action Cameras. They look great, plus they have some amazing footage of what each of the cameras can do and how they used them. Listed are some of the features of each below and a link at the bottom of this to Nikons product and videos. Keymission 360 – Your Adventures from every Angle Whether you’re raising bars or awareness, pushing limits or status quo, setting personal bests or…

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Google Nik Software now free

Google Nik Software now free

On the 24th of March, Google has made their graphic editing software, their Nik Collection now for free. The Nik Collection is comprised of seven desktop plug-ins that provide a powerful range of photo editing capabilities — from filter applications that improve color correction to retouching and creative effects, to image sharpening that brings out all the hidden details, to the ability to make adjustments to the color and tonality of images. Go to the Google Nik Collection site to…

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Lens Parameters and Photos

Lens Parameters and Photos

Ok, you got your camera. If you have a camera where you can change your lenses and you see settings and scales and wonder what those mean? Your camera has Aperture settings and you wonder what does that mean? How does aperture settings affect my photos? What is focal Length? Well if you are up for a small challenge to start grasping the terminology and the settings and how changing the settings affecting your lens which ultimately affect your photos…

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are you using RAW for your photos

are you using RAW for your photos

In photography when I first got into shooting photo’s, my camera was set to creating my photo’s as JPEG’s(Joint Photographic Experts Group). It was easy to then take them from your camera and put them onto your computer. Then when you wanted to make a few changes to your photo’s to clean them up a bit, maybe make them sharper you would do that with some program like photoshop or gimp or picasa or whatever your favourite image editing program…

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Auto ISO

Auto ISO

When working in Manual mode adjusting aperture and shutter speed it is sometimes very handy to not have to worry about setting ISO in your camera. One way to set ISO is by setting ISO to auto mode. It is especially useful in low light. You want to use the lowest setting of ISO but setting ISO to auto with restrictions can really help and you can focus on the other two settings. Here is a short article that explains…

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Nikon Lens Simulator

Nikon Lens Simulator

Ever wonder about what camera lens will show how much landscape compared to another lens? Well Nikon has a web page dedicated to their lenses and you simply choose your camera body and choose the lens you may be thinking of purchasing and play with the slider and it shows you how much that particular lens will display of the landscape. Great tool to help out in the purchasing of a lens. Click here work with it

tips to keep your photos sharp

tips to keep your photos sharp

Getting frustrated with photos that are not quite sharp enough. Here is an article with tips to try the next time you take your camera out and capture some pictures and to improve on getting razor sharp photos. About 6 tips that will help for sharp photos. Click here to Read.