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Ingmar Timmer

Ingmar Timmer specializes in car, portrait, and travel photography. He’s based out of Rotterdam, Netherlands. Ingmar has shot for a wealth of high-profile clients such as TopGear (NL), Carros, Donkervoort, FMO, Porsche, Schuttelaar & Partners, X-craft, and many more Dutch magazines. I … Continue reading

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Gavin Joynt

Gavin Joynt is a commercial photographer based in Yorkshire, UK. He specializes in dance and travel photography, and he takes on assignments for commercial work. I asked Gavin to talk a little about himself, his work, and his workflow. This … Continue reading

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Sharpening Simplified

We’ve all used sharpening during post-processing before. It’s something as common as retouching red-eye or removing skin blemishes. Unfortunately, it’s commonly misunderstood. First, let’s get to know sharpening by answering a few basic questions. What’s sharpening for? Sharpening is a … Continue reading

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OS X Mavericks Updates

If you installed OS X Mavericks and are having trouble with Exposure 5, Eye Candy 7, Blow Up 3, Snap Art 3, or Bokeh 2, please take a moment to install the latest version. There was a compatibility problem that … Continue reading

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Dustin Abbott’s From Good to Great – Part 3

This is Dustin Abbott’s final installment of his short article series about using Exposure to enhance his photos. Check out the first and second part if you haven’t seen them yet. Dustin, you have the floor. — We established the … Continue reading

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Dustin Abbott’s From Good to Great – Part 2

Picking up where we left off yesterday, Dustin Abbott will take us step-by-step through his workflow using Exposure. If you missed yesterday’s post, take a look, here. — My first suggestion to make a great shot is to start with … Continue reading

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Dustin Abbott’s From Good to Great – Part 1

Dustin Abbott is based out of Pembroke, ON, Canada. He’s been on our blog before, check out his introduction article. Dustin’s areas of expertise are events, portraiture, stock images and he does work for art prints. He crafted a series … Continue reading

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Color Filters in Exposure Video

Here is a new video demonstrating how to use Exposure 5‘s color filter controls to enrich your photos. In B&W photography, color filters adjust the conversion of the image’s tones just like placing a filter over the end of your … Continue reading

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Melanie Myhre

Melanie Myhre is a fine art photographer who got her first taste of photography in the dark ages of film. She affectionately remembers fumbling with chemicals in near blackness. Today, she maintains her film nostalgia while reaping the benefits of … Continue reading

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4 Shortcuts to Lovely Photos in Lousy Light with Chris Corradino

Chris Corradino is a travel photographer and teacher based out of New York. His work has been highly circulated in publications such as the Associated Press, USA Today, National Geographic, and Wall Street Journal. He’s deeply committed to providing a … Continue reading

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