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Post Production

Always feel like once you've captured your images in-camera, it's just the beginning of the production process? We're here to help you minimize your time & effort spent in post production through efficient processes and practices.
A Quick Method to Cleaning Background Dirt in Photoshop

A Quick Method to Cleaning Background Dirt in Photoshop

Photographer Clay Cook recently shared this awesome Photoshop tutorial with us that shows off an extremely quick and easy way to eliminate dirt and footprints from white seamless paper in Photoshop. We all try to put in extra effort to keep our white backgrounds looking white, but at times, footprints and dirt are inevitable. Even though the soiled portion of your white seamless paper can be cut off and trashed after a shoot, you’re still left with the task of editing out the dirt from your final images. Check out this video tutorial from Clay and let us know if he’s changed your mind about your current method of cleaning up your background in Photoshop!

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Creating the Perfect Panorama

Creating the Perfect Panorama

Life doesn’t always fit neatly into the frame of a typical digital SLR. When you look out on the world, sometimes you see all of it, a long sweeping panorama that is so beautiful you can’t possibly fit the feeling you have in your eyes into that little frame. 

Calibrating Your Monitor for Digital Photography

Calibrating Your Monitor for Digital Photography

Whether you’re a practicing professional or an avid amateur photographer, the quality of your image output and color accuracy is extremely important. Properly calibrating your monitor will ensure that your colors and black levels are true, and that you are creating the optimum results for editing and viewing images. 

How to Properly Convert a Color Photo into Black & White

How to Properly Convert a Color Photo into Black & White

There are always going to be days when you return home with a pocketful of images, hopefully all shot in RAW, and some of them, for whatever reason, just don’t do anything for you. Take an image that you’re getting ready to pass on and experiment a bit longer. Try turning it into a black & white image instead. The results might surprise you.

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