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Software Review: ‘Exposure 6′ from Alien Skin Software

Exposure 6

If you want to bring back the look and feel of analog film to your photographic creations or if you just want to pump some creative juice into your work then I highly recommend 'Exposure 6.' Read More »

Video Training Review: ‘PHOTOGRAPHICS – A Journey of Light, History, & Art’ by Gavin Seim


A journey across the western United States is the occasion for an exploration of light – the way it works, and how it changes – with the goal of learning to create great photographs. Read More »

Software Review: Lightroom Mobile 1 for iPad

Adobe Lightroom Mobile 1 for iPad

Sync your photography work between your iPad and your desktop computer with ease. Read More »

Book Review – ‘How Photographs Are Sold’ By Alain Briot

How Photographs Are Sold

Whether just starting out or you have been working at it for years, I believe that there is something for everyone in How Photographs are Sold. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Photoshop For Lightroom Users’ by Scott Kelby

Phoshop for Lightroom Users

A manual for Lightroom users shows how to also get the most out of Photoshop. Read More »

Book Review: ‘The Hidden Power of Adjustment Layers in Adobe Photoshop’ by Scott Valentine

The Hidden Power of Adjustment Layers in Adobe Photoshop

A handbook for utilizing one of the most used of Adobe Photoshop tools. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Norman Mailer/Bert Stern: Marilyn Monroe’ by Norman Mailer & Bert Stern

Mailer Monroe Stern

An essential document about one of the most famous women the world has ever known. Read More »

In the Digital Age, Just What is a ‘Photograph’?

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Can the captured image maintain equal footing with the constructed image? Only time will tell. Read More »

Software Review: Perfect Photo Suite 8 from onOne Software

Perfect Photo Suite 8

It won't replace Photoshop for advanced editing and manipulation, but it works well as a standalone editor and enhances other software packages too. Read More »

Photography Tips: Getting Your Best Winter Shots Using an ND Filter

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When bundling up and heading out to capture all that Mother Nature has to offer in winter, do not underestimate the power of the ND filter. Read More »