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  • Photographing Water: Ideas for Making Great Photos

    Photographing Water: Ideas for Making Great Photos

    I love photographing water, whether in the form of waterfalls, streams, ponds, or coastal scenes. Making water photos is fun and easy, if you know how to do it right. To help you get the most out of your water photography, here are some of my top tips and ideas for making great water photos.

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  • Tips for Managing Your Raw Files

    f you are a serious photographer, you are capturing your digital photos in the RAW file format because of its highest possible image quality yielding the best quality edit. However, RAW files take up storage space and require efficient management. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant gives you tips on RAW

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  • Tips for Backing up Image Files

    Like most serious photographers, you probably spend a lot of time perfecting your images in post production editing. That’s why it’s important you employ a method of backing up your precious processed files. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you his own methods for image backup. He stores his processed

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  • Calibrating a Monitor for Photography

    Calibrating a Monitor for Photography

    You just purchased a great computer monitor. But there is one more step to take care of before you begin editing: calibrating a monitor for photography. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you how calibrating a monitor for photography is crucial in producing memorable images. Factory calibrations are not always

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  • Best Monitor for Photo Editing

    Tips for Choosing the Best Monitor for Photo Editing

    You’ve just captured a memorable image, and it looks great on your camera’s LCD screen. However, it doesn’t look as good on your computer monitor. That’s why it’s important to have the best monitor for photo editing. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you the optimum features you’ll need in

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  • Quick Tips to Enhance Blue Skies

    Have you often photographed a landscape and the sky doesn’t come out as blue as you’d hoped for? In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant travels to Lake Superior and shows you how to enhance the blue in your skies. He suggests you avoid the standard solution of polarizing filters because those

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  • 3 Quick Tips on How to Photograph Waterfalls

    How to photograph waterfalls. It’s a challenge, but the results can be spectacular. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant travels to coastal Lake Superior where waterfalls abound. He advocates three techniques in how to photograph waterfalls. First, he recommends a polarizing lens filter to reduce glare and improve the colors and

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  • Product Review: Bay Photo Lab Xpozer

    You’ve captured a beautiful image, and now you want to create a display print and hang it on your wall. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you an innovative technique from Bay Photo, his preferred online print lab. It’s called Xpozer and features vivid, sharp photo prints rendered on striking

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  • Bay Photo Lab Metal Prints Review

    If you’re like most photographers, you want to see your best images in print and on display. In this free video, world renowned outdoor photographer Ian Plant shows you one of the latest techniques in the world of quality printing, and it’s available through the internet. This intriguing new print option is the metal print.

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  • Photographing Light as Your Subject

    Photographing Light as Your Subject

    Generally, photographers think of light as the thing that illuminates the subject being photographed. There are times, however, when the light itself can be the subject—or at least an important element of the overall composition. There are several general circumstances when you should consider photographing light as your subject. Sunlight passes through a layer of

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