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Photoshop CS4 / CS5 Photomerge, Auto-Align & Content Aware Scale

Want to get the big picture on all the new time saving features Adobe Photoshop CS4? Join Digital Imaging Evangelist Julieanne Kost as she shows you the new features that are sure to turbo boost your productivity.

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How To Take Photos of the Moon

The first thing I want you to remember is that the moon is very bright, therefore nightime exposure isn’t the answer.

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Choosing the Correct Shutter Speed. Shutter Priority Mode (TV)

lowlight-5718, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. Choosing the correct Shutter Speed can be intimidating at first. Here’s what I do, on a bright sunny day, if I need to shoot in SHutter Priority Mode, I set my Shutter Speed to a minimum of 1/400 and set the exposure to -1. I can then go up for […]

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Shutter Priority for Motion Control – (TV) Mode

streets-5657, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. If you want to control motion in your photos, set your dial to the Shutter Priority Mode or TV Mode. Shutter priority makes it easier for us to control the actions on our photo, in this mode all you need to do is select a shutter speed an the camera […]

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Patience is of the Essence When Using an Old Lens.

Birds at the DC Capitol Pond, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. Truly patience is your best friend when dealing with fast moving subjects while using an old lens. Taken with a Canon Rebel XS with the EF 70-210mm F/4.

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Shutter Speed is Like the Curtain in Your Window

Motion, originally uploaded by sweetspot@f8. This photo was featured as one of the 10 Most Interesting Photos of 2009 from the SP@Flickr Group. This is a continuation of my previous post on Shutter Speed. The DSLR can be a confusing and intimidating device for some. Trust me I know, it happen to me and up […]

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Shutter Speed and Low Light

Photo by : Jay Capilo Believe it or not the photo above was taken by an amateur, that’s according to him, but if you take a look at it, it looks like it was shot for a wine commercial.

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