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The Image Doctors #42

Simple tricks for improving your shots

Have you ever struggled to get “good” photos from a particular location or event? Sometimes, it can be hard to come away with a photography that doesn’t feel like a snapshot. Here are some of our tips for getting better photos in the field and working with images in post-processing.

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The Image Doctors #41

Scanning Film and Focus Shift Shooting

This week, we are still staying indoors, so we thought we’d talk about our little home projects to keep us busy during these interesting times. Rick is busy using a Nikon ES-1 film digitizing adapter to photograph family photos, and Jason spent some time learning the nuances of the Focus Shift shooting settings on Nikon DSLRs for macro photography.

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The Image Doctors #40

All About White Balance

This week, we discuss camera white balance, including how to set it, how to fix it in post, and how to deal with tricky mixed lighting conditions in digital photography.

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The Image Doctors #39

Rick Sammon’s Photo Therapy

This week, we had the pleasure of interviewing renowned photographer/educator/musician Rick Sammon, who joined us online to discuss his inspirations, what keeps him motivated, and offer some tips for things you can do to stay inspired and creative not only in photography but in life. Rick recently released his 40th book, Photo Therapy, available at Amazon.com in both paperback and Kindle editions.

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The Image Doctors #38

Talking Raw Converters & Editing Software

Things have come a long way since we first started working with camera raw files in the early 2000’s. Today, we discuss how we work with raw conversion software, and look at a variety of current products available today for photo enthusiasts.

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