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GoPro and Action Photography

GoPro has managed to become the breakout product in the realm of digital photography as it is becoming a popular gadget among more and more people, most especially among the adventurous and the active types.

As a consequence of this popularity, GoPro is fast becoming the camera of choice for sports, to be specific extreme sports such as kayaking, surfing, and skydiving among many others, certainly changing the way how such sports are being documented in the realm of photography.


For those who are outside looking into this phenomenon, the growing popularity of this camera has been a fascinating case study of sorts, especially when we look at its use and popularity in the field of sports. Let’s try to look deeper into GoPro as a product and why it is being considered a great product in sports photography.

Camera capabilities

First things first is for us to look at the technical specifications of this product. As far as the features is concerned the GoPro is no pushover. With regards to it photographic qualities, it boasts of a 12 megapixel resolution and captures images with a wide field of view with a 4000 x 3000 screen resolution. While it basically works as a point and shoot type of camera, you have the option to customize the settings like ISO, shutter, auto white balance, and exposure value compensation, among others.

Another standout feature of the GoPro is its burst feature which can capture up to 30 frames per second, allowing you to shoot the action as it happens in an instant, with greater chances of being able to capture that “winning shot.” And for night photography, the GoPro offers the Night Photo and Night Lapse, along with an auto-low light mode that allows users to better capture night images in great detail.

Connectivity is another important element the camera takes into consideration as it has a built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth features that allows you to share your photos instantly over the web or another device. On top of that, thanks to the GoPro App, your mobile phone or tablet is connected to the camera, allowing you to use your phone or tablet as a remote for your GoPro, allowing you not only to take photos or videos but also to control your GoPro, customize camera settings, and be able to share them instantly through text, email, and social media, among others.

Built for video

However, it is in videography where GoPro really shines as it stands as the product’s “killer feature.” As a video camera, it is able to record the action in great detail. In fact, you can shoot videos on your GoPro even in 4K ultra-high definition quality at 1440p resolution. This entails that you can shoot video in cinematic quality.


Small and handy

With all these advanced features built in to the camera, it is a never ending source of fascination when one learns how small the GoPro is in proportion, a fine example that in some cases, size does not matter.

The very small and lightweight size of this camera has served as an inspiration for users to think of many ways to capture the action with GoPro. Some make use of the monopod to capture themselves in action while others put it on their helmets or some other gear, providing the viewer a first person point of view (POV) of the action and giving a different but interesting perspective in the process.

The first person POV shots captured by GoPro in vivid quality has become a trademark of sorts for GoPro and has helped catapult the product to popularity in such a short amount of time. One can’t help think of seeing these images without thinking of GoPro now.

With that said, GoPro is a product that may not be for everybody or for every photographer like Denise Winter, especially if you are not fond of having a distorted view of photos you will be taking. Also, as far as sports photography is concerned, not all sports would look good when captured with GoPro. At best, GoPro is a camera suited for certain occasions and events. Knowing when to use it and understanding how it works is a key in making this work well to its potential.

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How to Become a Great Wildlife Photographer

wildlife shootIf you are looking for a fun and unique form of photography, then wildlife photography might be the right one for you. Wildlife photography entails going through some challenges and adventure in order to get the perfect wildlife shots that can make the viewers gasp in awe.

Wild life photography is not for the weak at heart, it is suitable for someone who is not afraid of seeing or having an encounter with some animals in the forest or in a desolate location. It doesn’t mean though that you will need to get near these animals, you can take pictures even from afar with the help of your photography equipment. It is also important to follow safety precautions to ensure that you are safe and protected.

As wildlife photographer, you are tasked to produce a striking or moving object that can make the viewers feel that they were transported to the exact location of the shoot. The viewers see the image like they are seeing the real animal, wildlife or whatever subject you have chosen. Wildlife photography also aims to open the eyes of viewer to the beauty of wildlife only some people might possible have seen in the actual. The wildlife photos can hopefully open their eyes to the importance of preserving wildlife for the benefit of everyone.

Wildlife photography may be challenging but it is definitely a rewarding. Nowadays, more and more photographers are getting interested in wildlife photography. If you are one of those who are attracted to wildlife photography, then here are some tips to help you become a good and eventually great wildlife photographer:

  1. Set the camera right

Unlike more common forms of photography wherein you have control over the shoot and can give directions to your subject, in wildlife photography, there you cannot make manipulate scene or your subject. You will have to take advantage of your professional camera to get the shots you need.

It is important that you set your camera to continuous or burst shooting mode wherein you get a lot of shots in one click. This can give you a better chance of not missing any fleeing moment or moving subject. You need to bring more memory cards and spare batteries though for it might take more space than the usual. You should also consider bringing a telephoto zoom or standard zoom lens to capture images of your subject without having to go near it.

  1. Do your homework

Research about your location, your subject and everything related to your planned photo shoot. You need to know what dangers might be lurking ahead, what shots you can possible get so you can bring the right lenses and accessories and what are the things you need to prepare or bring. You will try to capture your subject in its own habitat so you need to get the real facts so you will know how to best handle your subject.

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  1. Be mindful of the weather and availability of light

Like in all other forms of photography, the availability of light or lack of it can affect your captured images. You need to have the sufficient light which if possible comes from the sun. The natural light from the sun is no doubt the best source of light in photography and the best times to capture images outdoors are early morning and late afternoon.

With wildlife photography, the availability of light will vary by location and so it is important for you to learn early what times are best to shoot in that specific location. It is also great if you ask weather sources on what the expected weather is at your desired schedule of shoot. Knowing the weather can help you prepare on what to bring and how to protect yourself from possible bad weather.

Our photographer friend from SMH Photography is right in saying that no matter what form of photography you do, you need to always plan and prepare for each photo shoot so it will be always be a success.

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A Comparison Between Traditional and Reportage Wedding Photography

With the evolution of photography and media in recent years, there is also an evolution happening as well in the realm of wedding photography. This evolution has brought about not only change in the style of capturing photographs of such events.

In particular, this has brought up two different and distinct styles of wedding photography: the traditional wedding photography and the reportage wedding photography. Quite often, this has been a subject of debate among wedding photographers as to which is the best, not to mention a source of confusion among those who are about to getting married not only on the aspect of what they are but also as to which would be the best for them.

To answer these questions, it is important first to know what these different wedding photography styles are about and what they bring to the table as far as the output is concerned.


As the term implies, traditional wedding photography is the oldest style of wedding photography that has been practiced by photographers for years since photography began. It is the photography style your parents and the ones before them were used to when they got married.


Traditional wedding photography is considered to be the more “rigid” and “predictable” style as the photographer has taken note of a set of moments to capture, with everything planned out beforehand. It usually is characterized by formal setups with people looking stiff at the camera. As such, candid moments are rarely captured by this type of wedding photography, creating an impression that the images produced look “fake” or “stiff” in the sense that the genuine emotions of a wedding are not perfectly encapsulated by these images.

Also due to the “rigid” nature of this photography style, it is also a style that is time consuming. Photographers of this style take more time in setting up the areas where the photos will be taken and other pertinent details of the shots to be planned, making sure the elements are set up the way the photographer envisioned it to be.


The name may imply that there is an element of a documentary or journalistic report. In essence, that is what reportage wedding photography tries to convey with the photos. This style of photography has become more popular in recent years as the preference for realism in photography has become the trend around the same time. Current trends indicate that this particular wedding photography style is the style of choice among many couples who plan to get married.

Reportage wedding photography aims to tell the story of the wedding as it happens naturally, with less to no direction or supervision being provided by the photographer. Thus, raw, spontaneous moments and emotions of people at the wedding are captured. For photographers, they get more freedom to capture any moment that are noted to be recorded, without having to rely on a preplanned list of moments to be taken.


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With such contrasting styles and approaches that are popular in wedding photography these days, there are some photographers who manage to combine elements of both styles into one. It would not be surprising to see in their portfolios some photos of a wedding shot in reportage style while other photos were taken in the traditional style. In addition, employing both styles provide an opportunity for photographers to be creative in documenting the wedding, employing one particular style in moments that may be deemed appropriate by the photographer.

Nevertheless, there is a dominant style that can be gleaned at such photos, as only a few photographers have managed to acquire true expertise of both styles. More often than not, majority of the photographers choose to develop expertise in a single style of photography and at times, employ elements of other styles to make a unique photography style that will be distinguished from the rest.


Now that we know the different wedding photography styles, the question remains as to which one you would choose. Ultimately, the choice of wedding photography style is up to personal preferences as each style is suited to fit certain preferences and tastes of the couple.

If you as a wedding photographer chelmsford have yet to decide on a photography style you would like to see in your wedding, check out the works of different photographers who employ either style of photography and see which style you would prefer. After all, a wedding is your moment and you get the freedom to choose which style would capture your moment the way you want it.

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4 Valuable Tips on Capturing Better Landscape Photos

landscape photographyPhotographing landscapes is what most newbie photographers love to get started with. They find landscape photography interesting, fun and worth focusing on. The landscape photos they produce are often published in magazines, newspapers, or displayed in different exhibits or events.

Viewers love to see photos of places especially those that are new to their eyes. A great landscape photo makes people transported to the place featured in the image. Before, popular landscape subjects are mountains, waterfalls and rivers but nowadays, images of high-rise buildings, popular landmarks in cities are considered to be a part of landscape photography.

Capturing wonderful landscape images are not easy though. You need not only the right equipment but also the skills and right knowledge in order to produce great landscape photos. Patience, determination and optimism can also help you achieve your desired brilliant perfect landscape pictures.

As a newbie landscape photographer, there are techniques and tips to help you improve your landscape images. Here are 4 valuable tips that helped most landscape photographers capture better landscape photos.

  1. Choose to shoot in the golden hours

The amount of light available in a particular location can affect your captured image of the landscape. The right amount of light can produce beautiful landscape photos while too much or too little light can make your photos look over or underexposed. For most photographers who shoot outdoors, the best light is usually available during golden hours. Thus, they prefer to go out and take shots of the landscape during these periods.

Golden hours refer to the hour after the sun rises and an hour before it goes down. The light from the sun is not too bright during these times making the images look just prefect. The colors, patterns and texture are just right with no unwanted shadows or dark spots.

  1. Compose using the rule of thirds

No matter your subject or point of interest is, it is always important to compose your shots first before clicking on your camera. One old yet still useful method in composition is the “rule of thirds”. Photographers create imaginary lines – 3 horizontal and 3 verticals lines to divide their scene and they place their focal point in one of the intersecting points. The lines serve as guide for you on where to position your subject.

You don’t have to use this method all the time, just apply it whenever you find necessary.

  1. Shoot in RAW

In landscape photography, it is important that the quality of your images will be retained. When you shoot in JPEG, the image captured immediately gets processed and so the image you get may not be what you expect it to look. Even the professionals of wedding photography Staffordshire love to shoot in RAW.

  1. Never stop learning

No matter how much knowledge and experience you have, there is always something new that you can learn in landscape photography – new styles, new editing program, new locations and so much more. Never limit yourself to learning only the basics. You will not excel or stand out from the rest if you only know the fundamentals of landscape photography.

Strive to improve your skills, gain more knowledge and master every aspect of landscape photography. Try to apply a new skill or concept you learned so you don’t forget it.

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Is a Flash Necessary in My Wedding Photography Kit?

flash photographyWhen taking pictures, there’s no doubt that light plays an important part in your captured image. It can either make the subject in the picture stand out when light is sufficient or ruin the picture if light is not enough. There are instances when light is low in a location prompting the photographer to find ways to generate light.

One of the common ways to generate light is through the use of an external source which is a flash. There are different camera flashes that a photographer can choose from depending on brand, size and prize. Some photographers find a camera flash unnecessary while others think it is best to have one reserved in cases that more light is necessary.

In wedding photography Hampshire, it is somehow confusing whether they need to include a camera flash in their kit when covering weddings or not. Some wedding photographers choose to adjust the settings of their camera so it can allow more light to enter when taking pictures. The question now that bothers several wedding photographers is “Is a Flash Really Necessary in My Wedding Photography Kit?”

Well, my answer is a YES. If you can afford a flash and if it still fits into your kit, then bring one. Below are some reasons you should have a flash in your camera bag.

  1. Low light venues

There are indoor wedding venues where the lights are really deliberately dim which can make it difficult for a wedding photographer to produce a clear, visible image. If you adjust the camera settings like increase the ISO sometimes it doesn’t work and you end up with grainy, blurry images. Situations like this make it necessary to use a flash.

If you are afraid that a flash can be too bright and unnatural, there are plenty of ways you can lessen or diffuse it. You can even bounce it off the ceiling or wall so the light won’t be thrown directly at the subject.

  1. Fill flash when shooting outdoors

In shooting a wedding outdoors, the light from the sun is sometimes to bright and it casts shadows on your subject especially if the sun is right behind the subject being photographed. To remove the shadows, you need to use a flash when you shoot. This technique is called fill flash and the result is amazing. You can produce sharp images of the couple when applying fill flash in that given situation.

  1. Shooting macro

Macro shooting of special wedding items is commonly done by wedding photographers. At times, the use of a flash helps make the details of the item look clearer. You can either use the flash directly or diffuse it before shooting the particular item. You will be amazed at how clear the images are when you shoot macro with a flash on.

Visiting the wedding venue a day or two before schedule can help you know how much light is available and from there you can formulate your own lighting plan. You can decide whether to bring a flash or not and determine what other accessories (like umbrella) you should bring.

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Advantages of Having a Destination Wedding

destination wedding tipsFor most couples, choosing the location for their wedding can be confusing. They want to find the ideal one that would fulfill their dream wedding or satisfy their expectations. Surely, there are some who are considering a destination wedding but are hesitant to do so for fear of failure. They think that destination weddings are difficult to organize.

But well, if you dig further, you will realize that destination weddings have huge advantages that make it a good choice for couples. If you are about to get married and wondering if destination wedding is for you, then here are some advantages of destination weddings that are worth knowing.

  1. Reunion among your closest

A destination wedding is usually held in a faraway place or location which is neither the bride nor the groom’s hometown. Oftentimes, the guests are limited and only the closest relatives and friends need to be invited. It will be a good way to reunite with people who are dear to you and your spouse. You can spend more time with each of them since there are not too many guests to entertain.

  1. Less overall costs

There are destination spots like beaches that are affordable. You can search or ask for recommendation among friends. You can consider also the significant places that you and your partner have been to. Most destination weddings happen at the beach and by having it there, fewer decors are required and even wedding dress and clothes are simpler. If you plan to hold it in Edinburgh, you can contact this edinburgh wedding photographer.

  1. Same location for honeymoon

Since the location is also a great vacation spot, you can also have you honeymoon there. You can extend your stay for a few days and there is no need to spend more in traveling to another place. You can right away relax and have fun after the wedding.

  1. Unconventional

It is not the traditional wedding held in an indoor location within the city or near it thus a destination wedding is much more interesting. You feel a different kind of excitement from having this unconventional wedding.  You can also expect to see more wonderful photos which might include the famous spots in your chosen location. Make sure to choose a professional wedding photographer like wedding photographer gloucestershire so you can expect brilliant wedding pictures to be delivered.

  1. More intimate and relaxing

Fewer guests can make the wedding more intimate. Most couples who had their destination wedding can attest to how they felt more relaxed and happy with their choice. You can search for travel packages being offered by travel companies so there is less stress when it comes to your stay in the chosen location. You can also look for a wedding coordinator who can help you plan your wedding so there are fewer burdens on your shoulder.

By planning well you destination wedding, you can be assured of an intimate, less stressful, fun and memorable wedding that is worth keeping and reminiscing for a lifetime.

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What to Pack for Your First Wedding Photography Project

wedding photographyThe thought of working as a professional wedding photographer for the first time is indeed exciting. You finally get to a higher level and can use the skills you have gathered over time.  But well, covering a wedding task is not easy especially if it is your very first wedding assignment. You need to impress not only the couple but also the guest, with the wedding pictures you deliver. Their feedback can either make or break your success in the field of photography.

As a wedding photographer, you are expected to capture the precious moments that happen during the wedding. Your skills and knowledge must be coupled with the right equipment to get the valuable shots taken.  But before anything else, a written contract must first be signed by you and the client to give you assurance that you get paid.  You should also check your photography equipment at least 2 days before the wedding so you can still fix whatever needs to be repaired.

To help you prepare for your first wedding coverage, here’s a list of the basic things most wedding photographers pack for a wedding event.

  1. Cameras

Bring 2 to 3 cameras, not just one. You need one main camera and one or two backup cameras. This will ensure that you can continue covering the wedding even if your main camera suddenly breaks down. Photographers of Pure Image Photography always bring more than 2 cameras when shooting a wedding.

  1. Lenses

For varied shots, you need to bring different lenses. But then of course, it will still depend on how many can get into your camera bag. It can be too heavy to bring plenty so the best to do is bring 2-3 lenses. The recommended lenses are standard zoom lens, telephoto 300mm and macro lens.

If you intend to follow the reportage style of photography, then zoom and telephoto lenses are best in discreetly taking shots. Macro lens is used for taking pictures of special wedding items like the wedding ring, bridal dress, decors, and invitation among many others.

  1. Monopod or tripod

A monopod or tripod can be very useful in weddings. This can help you compose your shots better by allowing you to place your camera on them. Monopod is easier to assemble or use and generally lighter than a tripod. But then, most photographers prefer to use a tripod because of its versatility and sturdiness.

  1. Spare batteries and memory cards

Charge all your batteries and make sure to bring at least 2 spare during the wedding. You also need to bring several reliable memory cards. The quantity will usually depend on the package that your client availed or the agreed number of shots and start of coverage. This wedding photographer Hampshire brings spare batteries and memory cards to make sure that no precious moment will be missed.

  1. External flash and flash trigger

Using a flash in a wedding is not really recommended unless the light is really insufficient. If you intended to use one, use an external flash and diffuse it. Avoid using the flash from your camera because it usually tends to create shadows in the image.  A flash trigger can also come in handy so it will be easier to take shots without touching the camera.

Those are the basic things to pack for your first wedding coverage. You can add more like a laptop if your camera bag can still hold it. Make sure to bring also some energy bars to keep you going. You should also wear appropriate clothes at the wedding.

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Choosing the Right Tripod to Use

tripodCameras and lenses are among the things that we usually see professional photographers carry with them. A camera and lens make it possible for photographers to get their desired image. But then, what other gear do they also carry with them during photo sessions? A tripod? Yes, that’s right!

A tripod is perhaps the next most important thing that photographers need for their job. This 3-legged equipment gives stability to the camera there is less to no camera shakes. A camera shake usually happens when a person cannot hold the camera still. This is common among photographers who shoot for long hours or under uncommon situations.

Tripods may look the same with only a slight difference depending on the brand and model. But then, in reality tripods certainly differ in several ways. The most notable difference is their usability. Some tripods are best for studios while others are ideal for outdoor shooting like in landscape photography.

If you are planning to buy a tripod, there are several factors to consider when choosing the right one.

  1. Size

When it comes to sizes, tripods differ in their weight and height. Some can be as high as 180cm (6 feet) while others are limited to a maximum height of 120cm. Most professionals recommend amateurs to buy a tripod that can go as high as their own height. So, if you are 5 feet tall then go for a tripod that is around 5 feet or higher.

  1. Budget

Similar to buying a camera and lens, your choice of tripod will depend on how much you can afford. If you can buy light yet more expensive tripods, then go purchase one. An expensive but great quality tripod can last for a lifetime so you don’t need to but another one every now and then.

  1. Low and High Level Capacity

A tripod that can be adjusted to an ultra-low level is a good choice for photographers who love shooting in unique angles. They can produce more creative shots if their tripod can easily be adjusted to the preferred height or position. Visit to see wonderful, creative pictures.

  1. Type of material

Two common materials that tripods are made of are carbon fibre and alloy. Tripods made of carbon fibre are generally more expensive yet it is lighter in size and more durable. It is suitable for photographers who travel often since it weighs less thus it won’t be such a burden when travelling.

On the other hand, tripods made of alloy are cheaper but are heavier and are only suitable for studio shooting. It won’t be that efficient when used for the more challenging landscape photography and sports photography.

  1. Cameras and Lenses You Use

When choosing a tripod, it is also good to consider the cameras and lenses you have. If most of the lenses you use have a long focal length, then you will have to consider buying a really sturdy tripod. Lenses like telephoto or zoom lens are heavier when placed on the tripod. This can cause vibration from the camera and lens, hence, the quality of produced image will be affected. Photographers of Luque Photography  are very much aware of this.

Overall, a tripod can be really helpful in your photography job. Make sure to get one that is ideal to your needs, budget and type of photography.

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Getting Awesome Portraits on an iPhone

portrait photographyTaking photographs of the people around us is what most of us love doing. We take portrait shots on weddings, birthdays, and special events and even on regular days. Some of us use a digital camera while others prefer using the camera on their phone.

One of the best phones for taking portrait shots is an iPhone. We all know how popular and useful an iPhone is when it comes to communications, entertainment and work. But not all of us know how to make use of the iPhone’s camera in getting awesome portraits.

iPhone is a great alternative to digital cameras and a good backup for a documentary wedding photographer. While it may not be as great as DSLRs but it is definitely easy to use, control and carry. It also produces sharp, detailed portraits when used correctly. In portrait photography, the common subjects are an individual or a group of people. The photographer must be able to let the subjects shine and their mood, emotions, expressions will reflect on the pictures.

There are techniques that you can follow to get wonderful portraits on your iPhone. Below are some tips worth learning.

  1. Ask friends or relatives to be your model

You can ask your child, your friend or a family member to be your model. Use different modes available in your iPhone and shoot as often as you can and observe the images you have captured. Asses what the best photos are and why they look great.

  1. Experiment with different angles

Try shooting in different angles for more creative images. You can position yourself from below by sitting or kneeling down or you can try shooting from above through standing on a low chair or ladder.

  1. Use a reflector to bounce light

If the sun is too bright when you shoot outdoors using an iPhone, try to use a reflector to bounce it off. You can make use of a car windshield shade if you don’t have a  disc reflector. Position the reflector on the side opposite to where the sun is and let the light bounce off to your model’s face.

  1. Look for interesting locations

To make the most out of your iPhone’s camera in shooting portraits, look for locations that are uncommon. You can make your model pose near a fence, a tree or something more unique. Just make sure the it is clutter-free so the focus will remain on the person and not on the background.

  1. Golden hour works best for outdoor portraits

Similar to using a DSRL for outdoor portrait shoots, you can also produce more awesome images on an iPhone by photographing during the golden hours. An hour after sunrise and an hour before sunset remain the best times for portrait shooting even on an iPhone. The light is just right during those times so you don’t need a reflector.

  1. Use natural light instead of a flash

Avoid using the flash on your iPhone for it will create shadows and dark spots on your picture. The first option will always be positioning your subject near a window so natural light will shine on him/her. You can visit the website of this surrey wedding photographer to view photos taken using natural light.

  1. Position your model off-center

Same with DSLRs, you can follow the rule of thirds when shooting on your iPhone. You can make use of the gridlines on your phone as a guide when composing and framing your image. Position the subject off-center and not in the middle. This can give you a nicer output.

A good advantage when shooting on an iPhone is that you can easily share the pictures to your friends through a photo-sharing site like Instagram. You can install the Instagram app on your phone and edit the image from there before finally uploading online.

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What You Need to Know About Adobe Photoshop

adobe photoshopNo matter how skilled you are as a photographer, there are instances that you cannot get the shot right and editing the image makes more sense. This is the primary reason why image-editing programs are becoming popular among photographers.

In the past, only graphic designers use an image editing software to produce artworks. But then, for the past 10 years even photographers and those into arts make use and rely on these programs in making their creations look more brilliant.

Among the most widely used image editing software today is Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop was released in 1990 and throughout the years has been continuously updated and improved to suit the demands of time and needs of users.

Many professional photographers like this Los Angeles Wedding Photographer consider Adobe Photoshop as their go-to photo editing software. They find the program very reliable and easy to understand. It has a professional looking interface that some finds domineering but later they realized that it is really easy to learn and use. Of course, mastering the program takes time so you will have to be patient and persevering in allocating time for it.

Adobe Photoshop is somehow expensive but they offer a free 30-day trial for new users. 30 days is quite enough for you to learn the program and later decide if you want to continue using it or not.

Some of the basic things you can do with Photoshop are the following:

  1. Transfer pictures from your camera, upload them in the program and apply basic editing techniques like changing the exposure, brightness,
  2. Perform more complex editing like removing an object from the picture as well as joining several images to create only one image.
  3. Create 3D artworks and other graphic designs
  4. Produce aesthetic images based on your own preference.
  5. Create and edit videos.

For professional photographers, making their captured images look more brilliant and impressive in the eyes of clients and viewers is the main reason they use Photoshop. These professionals are aware that their job doesn’t end in capturing wonderful images, they have to make these images look awesome.

This makes it important for professional photographers to acquire photo editing skills. There is a tight competition in the photography industry and to be able to stand out means offering more to your clients. You need to be more artistic, creative and even innovative.

If you are new to photo editing, don’t worry there are now plenty of online support communities that offer help to new Adobe Photoshop users. You can post your queries for the group to see and a lot of them will right away help you. There are also plenty of video tutorials that can help make it easier for you to understand Photoshop and learn how each feature or tool works.

Photographers who have been using Adobe Photoshop for a long time can’t get enough of it. They always learn something new in Photoshop from time to time and the learning process is endless. Even Hampshire wedding photographer sometimes uses Photoshop.

Adobe Photoshop is now also available in Adobe Creative Suite along with other Adobe programs like Adobe Illustrator, Acrobat, After Effects and Adobe Premier Pro. You can also purchase the Adobe Creative Cloud where in Adobe Photoshop is tied up with another great program, the Adobe Lightroom.

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