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How to integrate Lightroom with Photoshop

In this article, we will tell you how you can use these two excellent programs simultaneously, Lightroom and Photoshop, often considered the best of the best. We can integrate Lightroom with Photoshop, two programs from Adobe designed to work with pictures. Lightroom is exclusively dedicated to managing pictures. Photoshop is …

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Composition with perspective

Perspective is a key element of any picture. When it started, the use of perspective revolutionized depicting three-dimensional landscapes, and it’s still important today, when taking pictures. By mastering perspective, we can add depth to our pictures, but to achieve this, we must first determine the horizon, an imaginary line …

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Guide: the five angles in photography

The angle can make or break a picture. We already talked about perspective, where the angle we use is essential, and today we will delve a little deeper into the concept of angle, its importance and how can take advantage of it to take better pictures. What is angle? “Angle”, …

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Leica-M Lenses – From physical to digital

One of the key aspects of the Leica-M system is –in addition to its excellent mechanical-optical quality– its backwards compatibility. The latest model from the company, the Leica M (Type 240), can be used, with the help of a bayonet, with from 1954, and through certain adapters, with cameras from …

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FocusMaker: a low – cost focus assistant

Simple, affordable and convenient. These three adjectives could be used to define FocusMaker, an ingenious Focus Assistant that supports a large number of lenses. Operating it is very simple: the device adapts to the lens focusing ring with an adjustable rubber-made part which allows us to control the lens. It …

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How do lenses with constant aperture work?

Many felt disappointed by the luminosity of the 18-55mm lens kit, -don’t misunderstand, it really is an excellent lens, but in dim light situations, it shows its weaknesses-. A f/3.5 aperture falls short in these situations and if you increase the zoom the aperture will be decreased even more. At …

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Collections and Catalog in Adobe Lightroom

This is a very important feature of Lightroom for those who have different catalogs of a big folder of pictures (and by “big” we mean a few thousands of pictures, so organizing them is worth the effort). I’ve met many photographers who work by catalogs, regardless if the pictures were …

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