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Lightroom Folder Structure

  A few days ago, I read an article by Matt Kloskowski entitled “5 Lightroom Organizing Mistakes and How to Avoid Them“.  One of the mistakes that he list is using dates as folder names.  He insists, at least for beginners, that it’s better to use a file name related to the photos.  For example, […]

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Three Online Learning Resources for Photographers (Part 3): The National Association of Photoshop Professionals

Seeking Additional Online Training In my first two articles in this series, I discussed two online resources I’ve used to improve my photography: BetterPhotos.com and Meetup.com. Both have helped me develop my skills. However, I was still looking for one more piece of the puzzle – improvement in post processing and organizing of photos. The […]

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Software I Use for Photography

Here’s a list of the software I’m currently use for photography: Lightroom 3.3 – developing photos and for orgaization. Photoshop Elements 9 – graphics and minor photo fixes.  I’ve considered upgrading to Photoshop CS5, but since I use Lightroom, I don’t see the need at this time. Photomatix HDR – developing High Dynamic Range photographs. […]

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