Monthly Archives: November 2017

Why Capture One Cannot Replace Adobe Lightroom

Many photographers, including our team at PL, have been frustrated with Adobe’s latest move to discontinue the standalone version of Lightroom, something Adobe said it would not do in the past. As a result, a number of us (including myself) … Continue reading

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Why I Prefer Being a Lazy Post-Processor than a Lazy Photographer

It doesn’t seem that long ago when I wrote my 100th article for Photography Life, and here we are today with article number 150. I must confess that I mulled over what topic that this ‘mini-milestone’ article should cover. My … Continue reading

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An Easy Way to Compose Landscape Photos at Night

When you’re out taking nighttime landscape photos — Milky Way photography, or photos of the Aurora Borealis — one of the most difficult tasks is to compose your photos exactly how you want. The reason? It’s simply too dark to see … Continue reading

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How to add symmetry to your photo in Photoshop

before after Have you ever seen a scene that was almost symmetrical but not quite? You know your composition would be strengthened immensely if only that scene were symmetrical. However, as it is, it doesn’t seem quite right. Aside from … Continue reading

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Nova Scotia Photography Tour Sample Images

To begin, an apology that I have not been very active here at Photography Life for the past few months. My time has been consumed with client video work, as well as working on a photography eBook project. My wife … Continue reading

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