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"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Brian Smith
By Brian Smith
Oct 2, 2012
Pulitzer-prize winning photographer Brian Smith has been featured in LIFE, Time, Forbes, Sports Illustrated, and many other publications. His newest book, Secrets of Great Portrait Photography, chronicles the stories behind his best photos over the past 30 years. His advice is driven by a central theme—take the time to get to know your subject.
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Nikon D800: The Professional Modes
By Jeff Revell
Sep 26, 2012
If you really want to take that next step in controlling your photography, it is essential that you understand not only how to control the Nikon D800's professional modes, but why you are controlling them. Jeff Revell explores Shutter Priority Mode, Aperture Priority Mode, and Manual Mode.
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"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Jeff Carlson
By Jeff Carlson
Sep 18, 2012
Jeff Carlson encourages you to think of yourself as a photographer, not just someone carrying a camera, because it can change the way you see your world.
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Building a Basic AppleScriptObjC (Cocoa-AppleScript) Application with Xcode
By Ben Waldie
Sep 6, 2012
Ben Waldie, author of Automator for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard: Visual QuickStart Guide and host of the Mac Automation Made Simple video training series, shows us how to create a simple interface-based AppleScript project. With Xcode and AppleScriptObjC, you can use what you learn here to develop more advanced solutions that simplify and speed up everyday Mac activities.
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"The Best Photography Advice I Ever Got" with Lindsay Adler
By Lindsay Adler
Sep 4, 2012
New York fashion photographer and author Lindsay Adler knows that success doesn't come without risk. Don't be afraid to ask for opportunities, and remember that rejection is just another part of the process.
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Nikon D3200: The Professional Modes
By Rob Sylvan
Aug 29, 2012
If you really want to take that next step in controlling your photography, it is essential that you understand not only how to control aperture and shutter speed, but why you are controlling them. Rob Sylvan explores the modes of the Nikon D3200, including Program Mode, Shutter Priority Mode, Aperture Priority Mode, and Manual Mode.
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The Value of Networking: A Photographer's Look at Google+
By Colby Brown
Aug 27, 2012
Although photography is often regarded as a solitary profession, you can't make a living at it if you're not connected to other people somehow. Colby Brown, author of Google+ for Photographers, advises photographers to take advantage of the Google+ features that make it the best social network for the industry. Google+ circles and hangouts connect you in unique and powerful ways to the people who are most important to your life and your passion.
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A Quick Tour of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Adobe Creative Team
Aug 23, 2012
In this lesson, you’ll get an overview of how Lightroom works. You’ll familiarize yourself with the workspace, panels, tools, and controls, as you explore the Library, Develop, Map, Book, Slideshow, Print and Web Modules.
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Adding Text to a Print Layout in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
If you want to add text to your print layouts, it’s pretty easy, as well, and like the Web and Slideshow modules, you can have Lightroom automatically pull metadata info from your photos and have it appear on the photo print, or you can add your own custom text (and/or Identity Plate) just as easily. Here’s what you can add, and how you can add it.
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Creating a Photo Book in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Adobe Creative Team
Aug 23, 2012
Whether it’s produced for a client or as a professional portfolio, designed as a gift or simply to preserve precious memories, a photo book makes a great way to share and showcase your images. The Book module makes it easy to design beautiful, sophisticated book layouts, and then publish them without leaving Lightroom.
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Creating and Using Multiple Catalogs in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how to create a second catalog in Lightroom so you can keep your catalog sizes manageable and Lightroom running at full speed.
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Creating Your Own Custom File Naming Templates in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how to create your own custom file naming template—just the way you want it—when importing photos into Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4.
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Creating Your Own Custom Metadata (Copyright) Templates in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby explains how to set up your own custom metadata template, so you can easily and automatically embed your own copyright and contact information right into your photos as they’re imported into Lightroom.
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From Desktop to Laptop: Syncing Catalogs on Two Computers in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how to take the edits, keywords, metadata, and of course the photos themselves from your laptop at your location shoot and add them to the Lightroom catalog on your studio computer. Lightroom does all the hard work for you, you just have to make a few choices about how Lightroom handles the process.
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Getting Photos from Your Camera into Lightroom
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby explains how to import photos into Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 from your camera’s memory card.
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Introducing the Workspace in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Adobe Creative Team
Aug 23, 2012
Whether you prefer to use menu commands, keyboard shortcuts, or buttons and sliders—whether you use a small screen or a large one, one monitor or two—you can customize the flexible Lightroom workspace to suit the way you work. Customize each of the modules individually so that you always have your favorite tools and controls at hand, arranged just the way you like them.
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Printing Individual Photos in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how the built-in templates in Lightroom's Print module make the printing process not only easy, but also fun.
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Seeing Befores and Afters in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how to display a before and after image, a process that gives you a lot of flexibility to see images the way you want to see them.
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Sorting Your Photos Using Collections in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby introduces a sorting workflow that’s fast and efficient, and helps you get to the real goal of sorting, which is finding the best shots from your shoot—the “keepers”—the ones you’ll actually show your client, or add to your portfolio, or print.
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Virtual Copies: The No Risk Way of Experimenting in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4
By Scott Kelby
Aug 23, 2012
Scott Kelby shows you how to create virtual copies in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4, which don’t take up space and allow you to try different looks without the overhead.

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