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Written by Paul Ross     May 22, 2013     0   3   0   0   0
Smooth video is really pretty easy if you just mount your camera to a tripod. But shots without movement can become very boring. Unfortunately when you take that camera off the tripod you greatly reduce the quality of video. That's because even the steadiest hand still adds shake to video which can make footage very difficult to watch. Every videographer should have a Steady Cam in their bag of tricks, and Glide Gear makes one that won't break your budget. Check it out after the break.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     November 28, 2012     0   1   0   0   0
Graphics and photo editors alike have agreed that Adobe Photoshop is the only true industry standard to the point that "Photoshop" has moved in our lexicon from being a proper noun to a verb (i.e. "That image looks Photoshopped"). With such a titanic momentum, great things are expected with each new release. Did Adobe deliver with Creative Suite 6? Read on for this reviewer's full impression.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     October 17, 2012     0   13   0   0   0
Softboxes are great lighting tools and spotlights with gels make ordinary scenes look fantastic. The problem with this kind of gear is that it is expensive and very difficult to lug around on location. Many photographers have to make due with what they can carry, and many locations won't yield to a professional setup. Thankfully, Expo Imaging has you covered with their new Rogue Portrait Lighting Kit.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     September 05, 2012     0   9   0   0   0
One thing that distinguishes an amateur from a professional is having the right tools for the job. The problem is that sometimes on location shooting making carrying around all that gear very cumbersome. The X-Drop photographic backdrop by FJ Westcott is a great light weight photo backdrop system which can save you money, and a lot of back pain!
 
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Written by Paul Ross     August 04, 2012     0   14   0   0   0
When it comes to taking a good photograph, there are three things you want to control: light, light & light. Some situations don't allow you to take a full light kit with you, but that doesn't mean you can't take a great photograph. Rogue Flashbenders give you control over your flash for fantastic photos even on location.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     July 12, 2012     0   5   0   0   0
Photo post processing is a pain in the butt. Just figuring out which picture you want to use out of the hundreds (or even thousands) you take on a shoot can be a nightmare, not to mention all the color correction and post adjusting that you have to do. Adobe has you covered with a software title so handy, it might become the first thing you do to your pictures after you take them.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     June 06, 2012     0   9   0   0   0
The absolute best way to shoot video and get good quality audio is with a dual system, but sometimes that's just not possible. Even if you have a sound recorder, it's nice to have good sound on camera to match up your audio later. Unfortunately, on board microphones leave much to be desired. Luckily, there are some high quality options to fill the gap, the Mk100 by Hahnel is one of those options.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     May 16, 2012     0   10   0   0   0
One of the biggest arguments against digital photography when the industry first started to transition from film was the fact that certain formats or techniques had products which were iconic and lost to the perfect product that digital produced. Vintage looks weren't accurately reproduced with digital formats without a ton of work in post. Alien Skin has come to the rescue with it's Exposure plugin for Photoshop, and in version 4 we see some killer upgrades to make your Canon 5D shoot like an AE-1 with Kodachrome (and lots more!)
 
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Written by Paul Ross     May 07, 2012     0   10   0   0   0
Pro photo tools are becoming more readily accessible all the time. Processes which required high degrees of technical training and hours of lab experimenting can now be replicated in just minutes given the right software. One photographic process which is increasing in popularity is HDR, and with Photomatix Pro, HDR Photography is easy enough that just about anyone can do it.
 
9.3
 
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Written by Paul Ross     April 17, 2012     0   9   0   0   0
Whether you're a budding fashion photographer, a fan of YouTube videos by Rhett & Link and Epic Rap Battles, or someone who just likes to one-up your family with your home made Christmas cards, chances are pretty good that you've thought about experimenting with Green Screen. Hollywood's best trick is now available at home in a complete kit for your Windows based computer, and it couldn't be easier than with the Savage Photo Creator Kit for green screen photography, available from Photographicbackdrop.com.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     April 10, 2012     0   8   0   0   0
It doesn't matter if you're a professional photographer, a "prosumer" hobbyist, or some schmuck who made a promise that you'd take some good looking pictures because you own a DSLR camera that's never been switched off automatic... chances are pretty good if you're a photographer at any level, you've been faced with the problem of needing to edit your pictures. While many folks are pretty good at Photoshop, if you have batch processing of portraits to accomplish, you're probably hungry for an easier way. Enter Perfect Portrait 1
 
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Written by Paul Ross     February 22, 2012     0   10   0   0   0
Check out a sneak peek of the upcoming Adobe Photoshop CS6 here with screen caps and a feature breakdown of changes to come!
 
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Written by Paul Ross     February 08, 2012     0   8   0   0   0
You might have the latest camera, the fastest memory card, the nicest Manfrotto tripod and a collection of lenses to make National Geographic salivate, but one often overlooked question is... how are you protecting your gear? Without the proper storage and transportation you could knock lenses out of alignment, lose accessories or damage your rig. I've said it before, and I'll keep preaching it: why spend all that money on good gear and nothing on protecting it? Pelican has a great case out for mobility and protection, read on past the break to check it out.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     January 31, 2012     0   13   0   0   0
2012 is going to be a BIG year for DSLR cameras. It's been a while since the major players have put something new on the market at the professional level, but within just a few months of one another, both Canon and Nikon plan to update their flagship products and stay ahead of one another in the ever changing electronic world. Introducing the Canon EOS-1D X. Read on to learn all about it.
 
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Written by Paul Ross     January 30, 2012     0   9   0   0   0
When it comes to DSLR cameras, there are lots of choices nowadays. Between DSLR cameras and bundles there are over 1,600 different search results that pop up on Amazon when you search for "DSLR Cameras", so navigating the myriad of options can feel overwhelming. However, just a little research should narrow things down to just a few brands, one of which is the iconic and long-run camera company Nikon. But how does a company that's been around since 1917 stay current? With a new flagship product, The Nikon D4.
 
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