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How to Take Better Concert Photos

2018-09-29T03:04:32+00:00September 29th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

COOPH has released a 4-minute video with photographer Michael Agel, decoding the mystery behind shooting great concert photos. Concerts and gigs typically feature challenging, but also very unique, lighting situations. This can make for incredible images, but if you don’t know exactly how to handle the drastic lighting changes and colors then it could go very [...]

How to Find Your Photos in the Lightroom Catalog Using Filters

2018-09-28T03:04:14+00:00September 28th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

You’ve likely had this problem if you’ve been using Lightroom for any length of time. Can you relate? You go to your Lightroom catalog to find that amazing picture you took of the sunset in Maui last summer and scroll through thousands of previews in the filmstrip, but you can’t find your photos. But was [...]

How to Simulate a Swirly Bokeh in Photoshop

2018-09-26T03:04:29+00:00September 26th, 2018|Categories: News, Photography|Tags: |

Hailing from Russia, I give you…the Helios and its swirly bokeh. Image by Markus Spiske I know, it’s kind of an ugly duckling right? At the very least, Helios lenses are certainly not the shining example of classical grace and beauty that the company’s bestowed name might conjure forth. Instead, the true charm and appeal [...]

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