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How to Create a Double Exposure Portrait Using Photoshop

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The artistic effect created by compositing images in a double exposure is certainly nothing new, but the masking techniques learned in constructing this kind of image in Photoshop are valuable in all sorts of post-production. This 9-minute video from Eye Stocker will show you how to combine a portrait of ...

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Nikon Unveils Pricing and More Items for 100th Anniversary Lineup

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With Nikon’s 100-year anniversary fast approaching — it’s on July 25th this year — the camera giant has just announced pricing for its collectible cameras and lenses as well as even more products in its celebratory lineup. From today, the collectible cameras and lenses will be available to order from authorized ...

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5 Simple Ways to Reduce Double Chin When Shooting Portraits

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There’s little in portrait photography less flattering than a double chin. This concise video tutorial from the Koldunov Brothers demonstrates 5 techniques for reducing double chins, to significantly improve the portrait. #1. Head Forward The first method is to ask your model to stretch their forehead forward and down, which pulls ...

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This is What a Lighting Assistant Boot Camp Looks Like

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The Bangkok, Thailand-based production company VS Service recently held a training camp for interns. Among the things the trainees were tasked with was setting up C-Stands with a flag. This short video posted by VS Service of a “first test” shows what a lighting assistant boot camp looks like: VS ...

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