Photography

500px now supports Wide-Gamut Colour Profiles

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Marek Mularczyk on 500px

Photography sharing website, 500px, announced adding support for wide-gamut colour profiles. It also allows now for searching for images based on the colour profile. So far, 500px has been converting images to sRGB but now it supports wide-gamut colour profiles like Adobe RGB and ProPhoto RGB as well. “Though sRGB has been standard in our […]

Photography

Episode 72 of Photoshop Lightroom TV

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I cannot believe that it’s been another week since the last episode of Photoshop Lightroom TV. It’s time for another one! If you have been following Photoshop Lightroom TV, then you know that I’m always trying to bring something new, new tips, tricks, and tutorials. This time, I’m bringing you a photography tutorial on using […]

Photography

Mar-Photos.com gets a refresher!

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Mar-Photos.com, my photography website, is getting a refresher! It is getting a new look and new images. I am still working on it, but you can have a preview of the website already. Here’s the link for you: Mar-Photos.com – Marek Mularczyk Photography. I will be adding more images, there are nine so far (the […]

Photography

Aperture – variable or fixed?

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Let’s talk a bit more about photography and lenses in particular. In the last few posts we talked about photography, cameras and lenses. Today, I want to expand on that. A bit more on lenses, apertures to be exact. When purchasing a lens one of the decisions to make is to decide whether you’re happy […]

Photography

Why is the Lens so important?

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So, why is the Lens so important (I mean camera lens here)? Why so many photographers or experts say that the lens is more important than the camera? Let’s start by looking at how the lens works. source:Wikipedia, author: Bill Ebbesen How the lens works Lens is a number of glasses put together to filter […]

Web Technologies

You and your equipment

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Hello everyone, Today we’ll talk a bit about photography. If you’re a photographer then are you really concerned about the equipment you use? If you are, what brand do you use? Canon? Nikon? Sony? Maybe something else that I’m missing here… There are so many different manufactures on the market now that it’s hard to […]

Photography

Into the wild with Julieanne Kost

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Welcome to the new week. Today we have a Bank Holiday here in Britain, but most of you folks do not so I decided to post something for you. 😉 Today, I’ll point you to a great page and I’ll talk about Julieanne Kost. You have heard about Julieanne before, she’s an Adobe Evangelist, or […]

Photography

Mastering depth of field – part 2

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I hope you enjoyed yesterday’s post. Today, we’ll talk more about depth of field. Let’s take it from the moment where I started talking about manipulating depth of field. There are three factors that define (or manipulate) depth of field: aperture setting focal length of the lens distance from the subject Focal length is something […]

Photography

Mastering Depth of Field

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Let’s start a new week with a photography post. This blog is not just about Photoshop and Lightroom, but photography as well. I’ve been into photography for many years, my passion for photography started when I was in high school and it’s been a real passion for me since then. So, what is depth of […]

Photoshop

Surreal images – HDR

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Hello folks, I have talked about HDR in the past, so today I just want to share with you an example of an image that I made into an HDR image. It’s just a regular photograph, outdoor photograph to be precise and I thought I would make it into a nice HDR image using Photoshop […]