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Lighting 102: Controlling Specular Highlights

We have all had to deal with specular highlights, even if we did not know what they were called. Think about portraits of people you have made in direct sunlight. Remember that glaring spot on their face or forehead? That … Continue reading

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#CreativeFriday – Controlling dry down/darkening of prints from Lightroom or Photoshop CC

If you have ever made a print, either by inkjet or an alternative process (like Van Dyke, Platinum, Cyanotype) then you may have noticed that the image comes out a little bit darker than how it was displayed on the … Continue reading

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