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With Google searches for “the process of buying a house” going up 950%, according to CNBC, now might be a great time to think about Real Estate Photography.
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Nothing is so fundamental to studio portraiture as light. Light is the language photographers use to communicate who our subject is and what we want the viewer to understand about them, or us. Part of every photographer’s career is the lifelong study of light, which is why consistently going back to the fundamentals is always a good idea.
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When you look at a photo, what do you see? For most people, the answer is a physical representation of reality. But what about CGI? What if I told you that the images from a camera are really no different than a render? In this blog post, I'm going to compare photography and CGI and explore the differences between the two.

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The team at Intuition have graciously decided to gift 3 backdrops to 2 deserving photographers to celebrate the launch of Luxe Portraiture via our Backdrop Giveaway.
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No photographer is an island. We need each other for support, education, encouragement, and most importantly, advice. In this blog post you’ll get the single best piece of advice 52 photographers have to offer.
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Today PRO EDU is announcing three new senior managing partners and the expansion of our current products and services with the acquisition of Pocket Portfolio and Vysics Labs. This partnership will expand the products and services of quality educational content to now include beautiful website management technology for digital artists and advanced Photoshop Plugins for photographers and retouchers.
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Adding light, or fill, to a photographic scene is so common in photography that there are several different methods to accomplish it, from additional strobes to reflectors and V-flats. But what steps can a photographer take to remove light from a scene?
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Typically through the use of Blend Modes, these Overlays can easily blend into the base image without the need for any time-consuming masking with tools like the Pen Tool. This is possible through the various types of Blend Modes available in Photoshop that instantly give the user different effects from Overlays, usually created on a black background and then quickly blended into the image.
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Rembrandt light has been one of the most enduring light patterns for portraiture since it was popularized by Dutch painter Rembrandt Van Rijn in the 1600s, so it was natural that portrait photographers would mimic this light.
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Composite photography is one of the most popular approaches to creative image-making, but some photographers are still hesitant to jump on board. Learning how to combine multiple images can be confusing, and learning a new skill set can seem overwhelming, but there are several compelling reasons to step outside of your comfort zone and learn how to composite.
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