Tired of your camera’s flash popping up when you don’t want it to? Ever wonder if there’s any way to shoot photos in dark environments without a flash? Learn to use ISO!Read More
Category: Tip of the Week
This week’s tip is very straightforward. Do you ever find yourself wondering what the lowest shutter speed is that you can use without having any motion blur while taking a photo without a tripod? There’s a simple rule of thumb in photography called the “reciprocal rule”.Read More
A simple trick to help any composition is to remember to “give it a place to go”. This means simply keeping an eye on what direction your subject is moving, facing or looking, then composing accordingly.Read More
How to clean up noisy audio using the Adaptive Noise Reduction effect in Adobe Audition, Adobe’s Media Cache settings, and how you can use Adobe Premiere Pro to split left and right audio (recorded from two different mics) into individual tracks on the timeline.Read More
I recently noticed that my hard drive was running out of space, despite the fact that I removed a bunch of huge files. After doing some searching, I ran across the Adobe Media Cache Files folder. The Media Cache Files folder is where Adobe stores conformed audio and video files as you work on various projects, and the files can be massive. Fortunately the files are safe to delete, and this post shows you how to do it.Read More
This week I wanted to write a post on a topic that comes up a lot with photographers: how much gear should I bring with me when traveling, and what’s the best way to carry it all?Read More
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