Photoshop is Easier Than it Seems (From NAPP)

Photoshop is Easier Than it Seems (From NAPP)

Jul 5, 2011 | One Comment

It’s not as hard as you think to turn an “ordinary” photograph into something extraordinary. That’s where the National Association of Photoshop Professionals comes in. As your round-the-clock resource, we’ll teach you how to be better at Photoshop than you ever imagined with members-only resources like: Hundreds of exclusive tutorials 3 Help Desks A community…

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Marketing Your Photography Business with Zenfolio

Jun 6, 2011 | 2 Comments

Written by Laura Tillinghast As a professional photographer working in the digital age, one of the most important tools for your business is your website. This is where Zenfolio comes in. This affordable hosting company provides photographers with stunning websites and profitable sales tools. Zenfolio serves as an online portfolio and as an online marketplace,…

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Adobe Lightroom Tethered Capture Compatible Cameras

Dec 14, 2010 | 24 Comments

UPDATED: For the most up to date list of supported cameras, please see this page. Adobe Lightroom has integrated tethered photography features built into the software.   Although new camera makes and models are always being updated for this functionality, below is the most recent list of currently supported compatible cameras for tethering functionality (updated 11/20/2014)….

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Free Tethering Software for your Canon DSLR

Aug 26, 2010

There are many software options to choose from then deciding to shoot tethered.  They run the full gamut of features and prices.  Here at Tether Talk we try to present all the options to help you make the best decision for your shooting needs. If you are technically savvy and enjoy tinkering with software, Jibble…

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Tips on Shooting Tethered with Aperture

May 29, 2010

Aperture 2 or later offers the option to shoot tethered, meaning that images are captured directly to your computer. Not all cameras support tethered shooting, and those that do may need to be set up in different ways in order to enable this functionality. Consult with your camera’s documentation for specifics on settings. Different cameras…

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