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Learning "Urban Tunnel" by D. Travis North

As a follow-up to last week’s article, “Lens Limitations”, we wanted to discuss another aspect of the camera: The digital sensor. Once again, our goal is to share with you the limitations that your sensor might have. In doing so, we hope that you will be able to use your camera more efficiently and more effectively.

Featured "Waiting" by D. Travis North

Shutter Photo is about inspiration, wisdom and learning. We’ve had a lot of articles this year that seem to really appeal to a lot of people. So for the benefit of our many newcomers, or as a refresher to our regular readers, I’d like to present them here to pique your interests, inspire and hopefully get you shooting more.

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A Professional Photographer without a portfolio is like a scientist without a calculator – not much will get accomplished. But what about a hobbyist or semi-pro photographer? What benefit is a portfolio to us? And how would our portfolio differ from the pros? The answers to all these questions and more inside.

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In his book, “Camera Raw 101: Better Photos with Photoshop, Elements and Lightroom”, Jon CAnfield teaches us everything we need to know about Adobe Camera RAW – the widely coveted conversion tool for RAW photographers. To see what you can expect from the book and to read what Shutter Photo thinks of the book, read on.


As the three-part Editing & Workflow article series has come to a close, now is a good time to think about your own workflow. Today I’ll discuss a few closing thoughts and of course invite you to write your own such article. Read on for the full list of links and closing thoughts.

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