Learn to shoot raw. Explore the image-quality benefits and workflow considerations of shooting in your camera's raw format mode.
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Take your first steps in photo editing. Get post-processing tips for Lightroom, Photoshop, and the Adobe mobile apps.
Explore exposure and dynamic range to understand how digital cameras capture images—and how to deal with tricky lighting scenarios.
Learn how to train your eye to get better ink-jet prints—with less frustration, fewer reprints, and less waste of paper and ink—by spotting and correcting problems first in Photoshop.
Learn how taking control of the white balance in your photography can expand your creative options and improve the accuracy of the color in your photos.
Explore the creative options and challenges presented by backlighting in photography.
Explore the world of the small with this guide to macro and close-up photography gear, lighting, and technique.
From ultra-wide angle to ultra-telephoto to macro, tilt-shift and more, discover the creative options that specialized lenses and attachments provide.
Learn the art and craft of creating inkjet prints that do justice to your photos and get the most out of your printer.
Photographer Ben Long describes and demonstrates high dynamic range (HDR) photography, a technique that broadens the luminance or range between the lightest and darkest areas of an image.
Ben Long shares strategies for capturing the best black and white images and techniques for converting to black and white in Photoshop.
Outlines a full, shooting-to-output workflow geared specifically toward the needs of landscape photographers.
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