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Photoshop Tutorial: How to Get Rid of Haze in Your Pictures

Haze is the subtle blue tint that appears in many landscape and outdoor pictures.  It is generally caused by atmospheric haze like smog, dust, and any other particles like smoke which can reduce the clarity in the sky and in distant scenes.

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How to Avoid Common Problems in Underwater Photography

These days anyone who can swim can take photos underwater. In most cases you don’t even need to buy a whole new camera setup- it’s possible to fit a clear plastic underwater housing to many popular digital compacts. A housing will protect your everyday camera from the water while still letting you access the functions and camera settings. Read More

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How to Build A Successful Photography Affiliate Website

Now that photoluminary has been around for over six months, I can proudly state that it has become profitable.  This is true in spite of the fact that I have barely written any posts in the past six weeks or so.  I’ve actually had this post, How to Build a Successful Photography Affiliate Website, planned in my mind for about a month.  I’m finally doing it!

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Gimp HDR Tutorial

While Photomatix Pro is considered the ideal software for creating HDR images, this tutorial list will focus on using the GIMP.  GIMP is a free image editing program used by many people who either can’t afford or choose not to purchase Photoshop for photo manipulation. Read More

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Topaz Adjust Tutorials

If you decide to purchase a license for Topaz Adjust, or for any of the Topaz Labs products, you will get an instant 10% discount if you enter the following coupon code during your purchase: photoluminary Read More

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Shutter Speed Tutorial

Welcome to my shutter speed tutorial.  Having now written an article on camera aperture as well, I think that I will be continuing on with that vein over time.  In addition to continuing to write reviews and software tutorials, I think it would be great to provide photography “lessons” on this website, starting with basic subjects such as aperture and shutter speed, and then progressing over time through intermediate and advanced subjects.  I even like the idea of learning things myself along the way!

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