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Photographing a $2,500,000 Car with a $50,000 Camera


How would you go about photographing a $2.5 million car? That’s the challenge photographer Richard Thompson faced last year when he was tasked with shooting the Pagani Huayra BC on the streets of New York. For this car, of which only 100 were produced, Thompson decided to use a Phase ...

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How to Refine Content-Aware Fill with a Layer Mask


Here’s a 4-minute video by the Photoshop Training Channel on how to use Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill tool with an advanced technique for those times in which it doesn’t work quite as well as you had hoped. The Content-Aware Fill tool lets Photoshop analyze an area and try to replace an unwanted ...

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This Lightning Photo is 5.45 Gigapixels


Gigapixel photos and lightning photos are generally created two different ways. One requires a mosaic of photos stitched together, and the other is usually a wide-angle view that’s exposed at the moment of a lightning strike. That’s what makes photographer Dan Piech’s image “The Hand of Zeus” so amazing: it’s ...

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