Sleeping Polar Bear Wins WPOTY People’s Choice Award

‘Ice Bed’, Nima Sarikhani’s dreamy image of a young polar bear drifting to sleep on a bed carved into an iceberg, has been voted as the winner of Wildlife Photographer of the Year People’s Choice Award.  ©Nima Sarikhani / Wildlife Photographer of the Year The 25 images in the running for this year’s Wildlife Photographer…

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Copy Edits From 1 Picture to Others & Pace Up Your Workflow (VIDEO)

Let’s face it: Processing photographs is usually an arduous time-consuming activity, whatever the software program you utilize. One other reality is that the majority photographers would somewhat be out taking pictures than sitting behind a pc. Right now’s Lightroom tutorial is designed to get you again out within the subject as quickly as attainable by…

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Michael Frye Photography – My Top Photographs for 2023

The votes have been counted and here are the top photos of 2023. We had a great turnout this year. 478 people browsed through my initial selectionThe 45 images were voted upon by the viewers. Thank you to all who took the time and looked at these photos, and gave their opinions. I also appreciate…

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Tips on how to Win a Panorama Images Competitors

There are numerous a panorama images competitors to be entered at present – Panorama Photographer of the Yr, the Pure Panorama Images Awards, our very personal Nature TTL Photographer of the Yr; the record goes on. Images competitions are a possibility to get your photographs critiqued by skilled professionals who will present an goal opinion.…

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Video: A Beginner’s Guide to Lightroom Versatile Masking Filters

You’ve found the right place if you’re not familiar with Lightroom’s powerful filtering tools. These easy-to-use filters will make a big difference to the quality of your results. Today’s tutorial will open your eyes to the possibilities of the Nav edits YouTube channelThis guide is short, but contains all the information you need. You’ll learn…

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Half Dome and Fog : Michael Frye Pictures

Half Dome above a fog layer at dawn, Yosemite NP, California. That is really two frames from my 50mm lens stitched collectively, as that lens wasn’t fairly extensive sufficient, however my subsequent widest lens (35mm) was too extensive. After photographing the timber in fog I described on this current publish, a number of mornings later…

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How to choose the best stacking software for Astrophotography

This guide will help to inform you about the world of stacking software for astrophotography. It will also help you choose the right software based on budget, preferences, and your skills. Have you ever taken photos? nebulaeYou can also find out more about galaxies or even just nightscapesHave you ever been a bit disappointed with…

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Use these 5 pro techniques to take better nature photos with plain blue skies (VIDEO).

Bright blue featureless is great for a trip on the beach, a vacation, a bike ride or hiking outdoors. When it comes to landscape and nature photography, however, this is not the best choice. Although it is possible to change the sky in post-production, many photographers hesitate to do so. If this sounds like you,…

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Michael Frye Photography: Lightroom Webinar: Mastering color

Aspen kaleidoscope, Uncompahgre NF, Colordao Color can be a tricky aspect of image processing. How do you achieve the correct white balance? How can you increase the saturation of an image to make it look lively and vibrant without making it look fake or garish. How do you choose the right colors? How can you…

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Weekly Photography Assignment: Sunrise & Sunset

Each week we’ll be giving you a theme that you can submit a photo for, and we’ll choose our favourite to be featured on the Nature TTL website. These assignments are a great way to encourage you to improve your photography as a group. The winner of the Monthly Assignment is announced! Each month, we…

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