Post-Production

Why You Should be Shooting in RAW

RAW. Bad for chicken. Great for photography.

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How to Switch from Aperture to Lightroom

Brand loyalty? Not today. We’re taking a peek at how the other half live.

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Lightroom: How to Copy Settings to Multiple Photos

Spend less time in settings-tweaking limbo, and more time gazing dreamily at the results of your own formidable talent.

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Lightroom: How to Copy Settings Between Photos

Make your life easier by copying settings from one photo to another, or to many others, in Adobe Lightroom.

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Understanding White Balance: Post-Production

Even the most seasoned photographers don’t always have time to make white balance adjustments in the moment — indeed, if you’re shooting RAW there’s no reason to. Software makes it easy to correct colour and other details after the fact.

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Understanding White Balance: Doing It Yourself

While your eyes, and your brain, are highly adept at working together to show you the world as you think it should be, your digital camera is nowhere near as perceptive. Modern digital cameras are pretty smart: they take technically acceptable pictures 99% of the time, with rich and vivid colours that seem true-to-life. But [...]

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Understanding White Balance

You might not realize that your eyes are constantly processing and adjusting the colours you see, all the time. White balance allows you to ensure that a scene, and your mind’s interpretation of that scene, are the same.

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