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New Free ON1 Webinar!

In Event, ON1, Tutorial, Webinar by Brian Matiash0 Comments

I was recently asked by my friends at ON1 to host a new webinar with them and I gladly agreed. In fact, I instantly had the perfect theme for the event. With my recent road trip from Oregon to Nebraska done, I’ve been slacking on editing my favorite photos. So, I figured that I’d use this time to do some …

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New Instagram Mobile Galleries Walkthrough

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As soon as Instagram published their blog post announcing Galleries, my gears began turning around how I can create a video to help people take advantage of this awesome new feature. Galleries allows you to add up to 10 photos or videos to a single post, creating a more immersive experience for your viewers. The opportunities are quite amazing… everything …

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Digital Photo Magazine Feature: Urban Nights

In Editorial, Tutorial by Brian Matiash2 Comments

I am very excited to share a digital extract of my feature article in the current issue of Digital Photo Magazine titled, Urban Nights. I was asked to share my experiences, along with several tips, in shooting urban locations after the sun goes down for the night. I had a blast going through years of photos, culling my favorite ones, because …

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The City by the Bay: An iPhone Story of Intent

In iPhone, Mobile, Tutorial by Brian Matiash3 Comments

I have little doubt that most—if not all—of you have heard some derivative of the photographer’s mantra: the best camera is the one you have with you. To some degree, I appreciate the idea but I’d expand on that to discuss the importance of intent. Sure, having a device that is capable of taking photos is important. In actuality, it’s sort of …

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Free Split Toning in Adobe Lightroom Tutorial

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If I had to choose only one panel in Adobe Lightroom’s develop module to use, I’d most likely end up going with Split Toning. Sure, sure, having access to the important stuff under the Basic and Tone Curve panels would be great but—pound for pound—I find myself getting so jazzed when I’m experimenting with applying a split toned treatment to …