7 underrated streaming tools we love

The sheer number of streaming services available today means more content to watch, more places to watch it, and a growing number of tools and add-ons that can enhance your viewing experience beyond what is integrated with Netflix, Disney Plus and Apple. TV Plus. From determining the length of a …

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Grazing and fire can be important tools to protect the prairie

He prefers the “patch burn” method which only involves specific parts of a given pasture within the ranch by rotation, although he always tries to start a fire on every acre at least every five years, if possible. “Our largest pastures are about 4,000 acres, and the smallest is 1,200 …

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The Ultimate Mamiya Film Camera Shootout

Don’t you just love a good old fashioned photoshoot? Starting a new challenge is not only fun, but it’s a fantastic way to let your creativity run wild – you sink or swim. In Mamiya’s ultimate battle of banksi, we see three photographers competing in the streets of Sydney. The …

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Indonesian hunter-gatherers made tiny sharp tools thousands of years ago

Archaeologists from Griffith University, the University of New England and Balai Arkeologi Sulawesi Selatan examined a collection of stone and bone tools made by the Toaleans, a group of hunter-gatherers who lived on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi between 1,500 and 8,000 years ago. from. An ancient Toalean tool. Image …

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My dream come true: the Kodak Eastman Double-X film now in 120 format. Available at CineStill for photographers for the first time in medium format …!

Four years ago, I began to wonder if a new film at the time, the Bergger Pancro 400, had done the impossible; gave me a BW movie that looked like my beloved Kodak Eastman Double-X 5222 in 120 medium format. It’s approached, but now, in 2021, how about trying the …

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One year after George Floyd’s death, black women urgently need new tools to protect our people from the police – The Undefeated

I dream of ways to protect black children from the police. I imagine scenarios where black people have nothing but mundane stories to tell about traffic stops, and leaving with a ticket is the worst thing that can happen. I am part of a self-empowered order of black women whose …

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20 Lomography Film Photographers You Need To Know! – Analog magazine forever

Lomography is a style of photography that encourages the use of simple, inexpensive, lo-fi analog cameras, which often produce images with distinct color palettes, which the Lomography Company takes to heart. You may know them as producers of popular mainstream films, Kickstarter-produced lenses, and 35mm and 120mm plastic cameras like …

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Why are point-and-shoot movies so popular?

Photography, like everything, has its tendencies that go up and down, seemingly at random. Except it’s never random, and the latest trend in compact film cameras has seen a surge in recent years. If just a few years ago your parents or grandparents gave you their old compact camera from …

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The most overrated and underrated film cameras of 2021

The film’s popularity is still on an upward trajectory with no signs of slowing down. With the ever-changing world of cinema, it’s time to update the list of underrated and overrated film cameras. Before I start, I would like to say that this list contains cameras that I know and …

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Online tools helping the 2SLGBTQ+ community access inclusive health care

WINNIPEG — A new set of free online resources is now available to help members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community access respectful and inclusive health care. The new suite of online tools was developed by Canadian Virtual Hospice in collaboration with 40 2SLGBTQ+ organizations and over 100 people with lived experience. …

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42 – A macro study of expired ORWO N 74 film

Nature will stand the closest inspection. It invites us to put our eyes on its smallest leaf, and to take an insect look on its plain. ~ Henry David Thoreau This film emerges as a direct result of the Covid-19-related quarantine, the nectar of being alone, indoors for 60 days, …

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Digital health tools in diabetes

Technology and mobile health applications can be valuable tools in the management of diabetes. In 2020 in the United States, there were over 30 million people with diabetes, around 7 million who had not been diagnosed, and over 80 million with a diagnosis of prediabetes.1 Diabetes is an extremely common …

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RIT’s latest high-tech workspaces and innovative tools will be housed in the SHED

The Rochester Institute of Technology has a low-key new name for a high-tech complex that will soon centralize the university’s manufacturing and performing arts space. RIT announced on Friday that the facility currently under construction will officially be called the Student Hall for Exploration and Development, or simply “the SHED.” …

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10 Photoshop and Lightroom tools you probably didn’t know existed

Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom are extremely in-depth editing suites that have been developed over so many years, it’s hard to keep up with all the features. Here are some of the lesser known tools, courtesy of Adobe themselves. I first chose Adobe Photoshop to do digital art around 2004 (I …

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Best 35mm Black and White Film – ARTnews.com

When choosing a film for black and white photography, the most important things to consider are contrast and graininess. Depending on your subject, you may be looking for marked differences between your grays, whites, and blacks, and certain types of film will help you achieve this. Others will offer more …

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4 Edition Artist Announcement – 9 Amazing Film Photographers – Analog Forever Magazine

Forever Analog Magazine is proud to announce that our fourth print publication (pre-order here) will be released and released for summer 2021. We are excited to bring you a unique journal featuring nine analog and experimental photographers from around the world, each exploring various methods of using the medium we …

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NYSP2I Creates New Tools to Help New York City Municipalities Reduce Food Waste

The New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), led by the Golisano Institute for Sustainability at the Rochester Institute of Technology, has developed a free interactive toolkit that municipalities can use to design, implement and manage food waste programs. at local level. The three-part guide, How to Develop a Municipal …

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Fuji’s new Instax “contact print” film plus another malnourished toy camera, the Instax Mini 40

If you’re looking for a cheap point-and-shoot upgrade to Fuji’s latest inexpensive Instax point-and-shoot camera, the company will be happy to cover you just a few hours ago with the all-new setting of the Instax Mini 40 camera. Moreover, if you are missing the darkroom in today’s era of purely …

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4 Best PDF Tools to Convert JPG to PDF Online

JPG or also known as JPEG stands for “Joint Photographic Expert Group,” a group that created the JPEG standard. JPG or JPEG files are localized by the file extension which is “.JPG” and “.jpeg”. This format is also useful for digital cameras to take good quality photos that take up …

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20 CineStill Film Photographers You Must Know! – Analog magazine forever

CineStill 800T is the only film designed for still photographers specifically designed to capture beautiful color images under limited “tungsten” incandescent light. Originally known as Kodak Vision 3, a motion picture film used by today’s top directors and filmmakers including Steven Spielberg, Wes Anderson and The Coen Brothers, it was …

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Dismantling of the only Graflex 35 mm film holder ever made

Disassembling the only 35mm film holder designed for Graflex cameras isn’t something you have to do every day. Sixty years ago, a photographer had a clear need to shoot 35mm on a Graflex 2 × 3 ″ SLR and he wasn’t going to wait for the market to catch up. …

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How to digitize photos, negatives and film slides

Although we live in an age where everyone has a camera in their pocket and digital cameras have never been more accessible, chances are there will be a box of negatives or slides from a previous generation at the bottom of a cupboard. After all, not so long ago the …

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Taking pictures of UV films with a Hasselblad medium format camera from 1987

My name is Pierre Louis Ferrer, and I am a French professional photographer specialized in photography beyond the visible for ten years now, including infrared and ultraviolet techniques. I spend a lot of my free time reading, experimenting, testing and discussing with experts in various fields related to these techniques. …

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A behind-the-scenes look at the making of the Ilford film

Since 1928, Ilford has produced film photography products from its factory in Mobberley, England, although the company itself is much older. In this 18-minute video from Exploredinary, you can get an up-close and expansive view of how the film is made and hear from the scientists and workers who make …

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Top 5 Most Powerful Photoshop Selection Tools

Whether you’re a Photoshop veteran or just starting to dive into these complex waters, making selections is something you’ll need to be familiar with. So here are the five best tools to do it. By the very nature of my role here and as a professional photographer, I consume a …

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Behind the scenes of the making of Kodak film

Curious to know how Kodak makes its film? In this 8-minute video, Studio C-41 shows the process from the making of the original giant plastic rolls that eventually become film, to the finished product found on store shelves around the world. Although the demand for film has fallen dramatically over …

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Why You Should Shoot On Film In 2021

If 2020 has somehow given you an appreciation for tactile experiences and a slower pace of life, you might want to consider periodically leaving your digital camera at home in the new year and start capturing the world on movie instead. Here are some good reasons. Cinema connoisseur Jason Kummerfeldt …

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From tillage tools to software, a deployment of new management tools

Independently mounted 13-wave coulters follow the Shattertines with a rubber torsion suspension. The coulters further resize the crop residue and begin to level and soften the soil behind the tines. Finally, the new Salford Double Rolling Baskets finish the job, pinning up residue, sizing clods and leveling the surface to …

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Three tools you don’t use enough in Photoshop

In this video tutorial, watch Abbey Esparza show you the three tools you don’t use enough in Photoshop. In the video, Esparza begins with the subject selection tool, which she was hesitant to use for many years. I agree every time I try to use an auto select tool I …

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Infinite Tools announces the new Infinite Luma panel: a new tool to help mask brightness

One of the most useful and efficient features of Photoshop is the ability to create masks on different layers. This allows you to make one-time, localized edits to your image without affecting the rest of the file. For many photographers, layer masks are crucial, and in my opinion, luminosity masks …

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ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2021 Launch Promises Innovative Editing Tools and Asset Management Features

ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2021 is set to launch with a host of new features, including a number of new tools focused on color editing and batch processing. Along with the new features, the entire suite has received a performance boost. Want to see what’s new? Asset Management As the …

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Nik Tools has a new version 3 with some powerful updates and a breathtaking new perspective tool

About a year ago I reviewed the NIK Collection 2, a revival of popular Adobe plugins that lay fallow while its new owner, Google, tried to figure out what to do with them until DXO bought the software in 2017 and continuously updating the collection. . They have now added …

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Lindsay Adler transforms images on location with OCF II light shaping tools

For photographers around the world, it is important that they find their unique style. This is why light shaping tools can help them be more creative and distinctive. “Clean, bold and graphic, presenting women with strength and elegance.” This is how Lindsay Adler; The New York-based fashion and beauty photographer …

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Fairfield County real estate market uses digital tools to adapt to coronavirus era

GREENWICH – There are no more open houses, buyers are reluctant to visit homes and sellers are reluctant to open their doors. Face-to-face businesses are struggling in the coronavirus era, and the real estate industry has been hit hard. But the crisis can be the mother of invention, and real …

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My favorite tools for organizing photos in Lightroom

Would you throw 10,000 printed photographs in a bathtub to find an image of your child’s first steps? No! So why should you do it with digital files? Adobe Lightroom offers many tools for organizing your data and finding the image you’re looking for. This is how I organize my …

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Tether Tools Air Direct cuts the cable when connecting the camera to the computer

Tether Tools has built an excellent reputation among professional photographers by offering a range of cables and gear that take all the stress out of connecting your camera to a laptop. You can barely walk into a professional studio without seeing the bright orange wires that are Tether Tools’ trademark. …

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Tether Tools Air Direct Wireless Connect System Now Available for Shipping

Tether Tools introduced a new wireless connection system for DSLR and mirrorless cameras at the end of October 2019. This new system supports all major camera models and connection software, and it is finally available to be shipped worldwide. Tether Tools is a company known for its durable tether cables …

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Valuable Tool Apps For Skin Cancer Self-Monitoring, Dermatologists Say

Apps that allow patients to keep photographic records of their skin and track changes over time are seen by dermatologists as important tools for self-monitoring of skin cancer, new findings show. The 2019 Skin Health Alliance Dermatologist Survey found that 93% of 245 dermatologists said keeping photographic records of moles …

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Adobe Max Sneaks offers AI photography, animation and audio tools

Join Gaming Leaders, Alongside GamesBeat and Facebook Gaming, For Their 2nd Annual GamesBeat & Facebook Gaming Summit | GamesBeat: Into the Metaverse 2 January 25-27, 2022. Learn more about the event. Whenever an Adobe event features Sneaks – quick snapshots of what its researchers are working on – there’s a …

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How social media helped uncover a skunk that uses tools

Two holes in the ice caught Sue Dickerson’s attention when she checked a black plastic water dish in her yard one morning in February 2018. The temperature had dropped to 18 degrees Fahrenheit overnight, so it didn’t. Didn’t surprise her that the top layer of water in the dish had …

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10 Essential Excel Blades Tools for Any Creation

This post is sponsored by Excel Blades. Our partners are handpicked by the My Modern Met team because they represent the very best in design and innovation. When it comes to taking your art seriously, one thing is certain: good tools are important. Working with the highest quality equipment means …

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ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2020 adds HDR, focus stacking, face detection tools

Saturday, September 28, 2019 By Jeff Meyer ACDSee has announced the latest version of its flagship photo editing software, introducing Photo Studio Ultimate 2020, priced at £119.99/$119.99 or $69/£71.99 via an annual subscription. With ACDSee 2020, the company has added a host of new features, including face recognition and detection …

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ACDSee Photo Studio Ultimate 2020 released, with HDR tools, focus stacking and more

ACDSee Photo Studio is designed to handle your entire photographic workflow, from organizing images and raw processing to advanced techniques such as layered composites, HDR blends, focus stacking and more. In this sense, it could be seen as a rival to Lightroom, although where Lightroom needs a program like Photoshop …

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ioS 13 FINALLY gives photographers the tools they expected

With all the hype surrounding the new trio of iPhone 11 brothers, it might be easy for new iOS 13 updates to go unnoticed. However, with the release of iOS 13 for iPhone and iPad, we’ve decided to dive into these new software updates and find out what’s changed for …

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New Moment filters are the tools your iPhone photos need

Neutral density filters gave shooters greater control over their exposures.Photo: instant Maybe the Moment mobile photography accessory has increased the wow factor on your iPhone photos with one of its high quality lenses. Moment believes you can do even better with the new filters the company launched this morning. Neutral …

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Two photographic tools that have made my job much easier

Over the past few years, a few pieces of photography equipment have either sped up my workflow or turned tricky, tricky techniques into simple, quick processes. But there are two specific tools that have made my life so much easier, especially when used together. The geared tripod head The Manfrotto …

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Tether Tools Starter Connection Kit Review

Taking tethered photos means taking photos with your camera connected to your computer via a cable. This is a common technique among professional photographers because it allows you to view your images on a large screen rather than the back of the camera. It also means you don’t have to …

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Three tools that help me stay focused on photography

Although I use many different tools in a day, there are a few that I have found essential to my business. Curiously, they have little to do with photography. Yet having them in my life allows me to be more productive and stay focused on what matters most to me: …

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Fstoppers reviews Tether Tools enclosure relay system

From time-lapse photography to video, many photographers need more battery power than their camera system can adequately hold. Whether it’s the weight of the system creating a three-axis time-lapse, the size of the camera with a grip, or the need for uninterrupted shooting, there is an answer for those looking …

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Simple Lightroom tools to enhance your photos

For many of us, gaining a better understanding of basic Lightroom editing tools is always welcome. Learn how to develop your photos with the power of Lightroom’s built-in sliders. With just under 12 minutes, Tyler Stalman gives us a walkthrough, highlighting some of the most powerful everyday tuning tools available …

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Talent, not tools, will determine the quality of your photography

Today, I state the obvious. But sometimes even the most obvious things can be easy to forget. I received an email yesterday from a talented young photographer. The professional aspirant asked a very logical question, one that I myself would have asked at the start of my journey. How do …

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Visual test: Tools | Frieze

This visual essay is a continuation of a collaboration with the Turin painter Giorgio Griffa, which began last year following the discovery of a very particular brush with a urushi [lacquer] workshop in Wajima, Japan. Only 5cm wide with a flat wooden handle, the brush is used to apply the …

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Tether Tools launches a variety of USB-C cables for all your new gear needs

Tether Tools is well known for its variety of wired and wireless products that make tethering easier and safer for your equipment. They have always been able to create products that solve the problems faced by most photographers. Now, with the release of their new cables, the TetherPro USB-C products, …

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Macphun tools will make photos look like ferromagnetic relics

I keep telling myself that I’m going to buy an old wooden camera with a brass barrel lens and participate in one of these workshops where I learn some 19th century photographic processes. But I do know myself. The steps are demanding and tedious, the chemistry complicated, and my patience …

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Adobe teases AI-based tools to make stunning portraits from lousy photos

This site can earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Smartphones are by far the most popular cameras in the world, but they’re certainly not the best. Portrait photos, for example, often look awkward because of the wide-angle lens, flat because the depth of field …

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4 tools to help compose the perfect exposure

Choosing the correct exposure can sometimes be difficult, especially in bright light. I’ve gotten pretty good at reading my LCD and using zebra stripes to find correct exposure on the fly, but there are a few other options. Two of them I hadn’t even heard of before. This excellent video …

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KVADPhoto + Pro: Professional-style photo editing tools made simple in Windows 10

You won’t find a shortage of photo editors in the Windows 10 Store, with KVADPhoto + Pro as one of the more recent (or at least new to us) offerings. This editor hopes to grab your attention with over 150 creative filters, an easy-to-use interface, and support for multiple image …

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Digital Photography in Dentistry: Tools and Techniques to Help Your Patients and Improve Your Practice

Digital photography can have many impacts on your dental practice: Photos can educate patients and improve case acceptance, communicate shade to the dental lab, and improve patient confidence after treatment. In this article, Ben Ross, DMD, FACP, illustrates the different types of photos you need to take for each of …

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Six tools that are revolutionizing archeology by helping us find sites without digging

Over the past decade, there has been a silent revolution in archeology, virtually allowing archaeologists to see through the ground without digging. Advances in geophysics, soil chemistry and remote sensing are accelerating the discovery of ancient sites and helping archaeologists understand them on a global scale. Below is our list …

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The Difference Between Using Bare Flash Heads and Light Shaping Tools

As a young photographer, I thought that a nice flat light, which gave smooth skin tones, was the best way to capture a portrait. I invested in a bunch of great diffused light modifiers, such as softboxes, beauty dishes, and octoboxes, and shot people with the softest, flattest lighting I …

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Apple invents new underwater photography editing tools

On April 23, 2015, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office released an Apple patent application that reveals an all-new underwater photography image editing tool that may be included in a future version of the ‘Photos application. Apple’s patent history In photography, the color of objects in a photographic image is …

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Homestead Tools Grain Thresher and Cider Press Spotlight – Mother Earth News

Growing your own cereal is no more difficult than growing most other garden crops, and you can easily harvest a small patch by hand using a lightweight scythe, such as those offered by Johnny’s Selected Seeds and Peaceful Valley Farm and Garden Supply. The hardest part of harvesting is separating …

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14 product photography tools and resources

To create beautiful product photographs, take advantage of great and affordable tools and resources. Get the help you need at no significant cost. Here is an assortment of tools and resources for photographing your e-commerce products. There are tools for your shooting and image editing, as well as a variety …

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Adobe Lightroom Mobile brings pro-class photo tools to iPad

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Adobe (NASDAQ: ADBE) today announced the availability of Lightroom mobile, an add-on application to Lightroom desktop software, available only as part of Adobe Creative Cloud. The new Lightroom mobile app brings powerful Lightroom tools to the iPad, providing the essentials of photography – such as non-destructive file …

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New Tools at Work: Fantastic Food Photography with the Fujifilm XE-1 | Blogs from photography experts, tips, techniques, camera reviews

Can a foodie find photographic ambrosia with a street savvy MILC? Scott Baker says “yes”! Photographing food is a true delight when you can capture its freshness and taste. It is not an easy task, however. Over the past few weeks, I have taken a variety of food images with …

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Insect Photography Tools of the Trade

Compound eye Advertising By popular demand, I present my complete kit of photographic equipment. Lenses are at the heart of any kit. My line-up includes (from left to right): Canon EF 70-200mm f2.8L IS II. This fast, crisp telephoto zoom lens is the only lens I own that hasn’t paid …

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Nik Software, owned by Google, will continue to offer premium photo tools

When news of Google’s acquisition of Nik Software broke a week ago, most of the tech press (and this blog) focused on one particular offering: Snapseed. It’s a highly acclaimed mobile photo-editing app that’s been sprouting like a weed lately, so it only made sense that Google wanted it to …

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Log Building Tools – Adzes and Broad Axes – Mother Earth News

In the previous entry, we discussed debarking spuds and drawknives. We will continue to discuss other ways to prepare your logs for the next stage of building a log cabin. This time we are going to cover adzes and broad axes. When you think of Appalachian-style hand-hewn log cabins, chances …

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Log Construction Tools – Debarking Spuds and Drawknives

This is the start of a series on the tools used in the log building process. Of course, many of these tools can be used for many other applications, but building logs will be the primary focus. I will intertwine these tool articles with others that share with you our …

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