How to Properly Organize Your Photos

How do you keep so many gigabytes of photos wrangled and under control? All you need is a system.

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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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How To Take Better Photos at Night

Better photos in low light without nuking the site from orbit.

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How to Get More Depth in Your Photos

Explore depth of field with your camera’s aperture priority mode; sell photos to National Geographic. Simple!

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How to Take Pictures of People in Public

Trust us: most of the time they don’t even know we’re watching them creepily from behind shrubbery.

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How to Take Sharper Pictures with Focus Lock

Ever taken a picture only to find out later that your camera was looking at something else? Focus lock is your friend. Magicians, not so much.

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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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How to Take Better Photos: The Practical Guide

You can take better pictures than your friends, relatives, and yourself last season. It’s not that difficult; there’s just a few small things get your head around.

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ISO Explained

In film photography using ‘faster’ film allowed you to take sharper pictures in lower light, but the faster the film, the more grainy your image. What does this mean for digital photographers?

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