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Ultra Wide-Angle Lenses

Ultra-wide angle (UWA) lenses can offer a unique, sometimes challenging, often rewarding view of the world for photographers.  Many of us have faced that limitation where we can’t quite fit a whole subject into our […]

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Getting Your Colors to POP! in Seconds

I recently learned a new technique to make your colors really go crazy from Mr. Photoshop Universe, Scott Kelby.  If anyone is not familiar with Kelby’s line of Photoshop Books, Layers Magazine, the National Association […]

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Photoshop Gallery Frame

The following steps are written in a basic attempt to get you to follow along and create a nice, professional looking gallery frame in Photoshop for your images.  I created this frame using Photoshop CS4 […]

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Simple Drop Shadow Frame

 Creating a frame for your photographs is a great way to add a professional touch to your images.  They are easy to create, and with the help of Photoshop actions, they are easily repeatable.  Here’s […]

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Disney Character Portraits Hints and Tips

So you’ve taken “postcard” photos of all the attractions at Disney World. You have shots of Cinderella’s Castle, Spaceship Earth, the Sorcerer’s Hat, and the Tree of Life from every angle and at every hour […]

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