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www.kelbytraining.com — Part 2

2. From R.C. Concepcion: How to Make a WordPress Web Site The number one complaint I hear from my photographer friends is not about photography. It’s about web sites. Web sites. The bane of our existence. Essential to our success but, until recently, frustrating to create and maintain. For a couple of...

www.kelbytraining.com — Part 3

4. From Laurie Excell: Lessons on My Camera and How to Take Care of It When I was an embryonic lawyer, my office had an IBM system that created templates for most legal forms and allowed the secretaries to fill in blanks rather than type long originals; the computer took up a full sized office. Today, my D3...

Helping Each Other Out: Paying It Forward

Sometimes, I wish I had a posse — a group of skilled photo folks to help me with my shoots. All of us who work alone know how difficult it can be to do something complex, particularly on location. Some shoots require an extra set or two of hands, another set of eyes, and a sounding board for...

Protecting Our Work: Watermarking Part II — Batch Processing

In the last post, we created a “brush” to use when signing or placing a copyright notice on our images. Using the brush, one image at a time, works well. But, when we have a big job, a lot of images we want to protect all at once, it’s not the way to get the job done. That’s where...

Lighting Like MacGyver

For many, “available light” photography is synonymous with “natural light” photography — the use of the sun as the main light source. But, for us MacGyvers, the meaning is a bit different. To us, ┬áit means using whatever light is “available” — be it the sun or...

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