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21

Jun

Selective Noise Reduction in Photoshop

Photographing birds is not an easy task. Neither is post-processing which presents its own set of challenges (such as noise reduction). How do you manage to make that silky smooth background look noise-free without losing any details in birds feather? In the following video, Gaurav Mittal shows you how to use Photoshop to selectively apply noise reduction.

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02

May

Creating a Selection for Wildlife Photos

When it comes to post-processing your wildlife photos, the first step is the ability to use a selection to isolate your subject from its background. This isolation allows you to apply different post-processing strategies for your subject and your background. It also requires complex selection techniques that are best implemented in Photoshop. In the following video, Gaurav Mittal gives you some hints on how to create these selections.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to see my latest video tutorial as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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17

Dec

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part III

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part III

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In the final and Part III of my latest three-part article, ““Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow “ I share some stories behind the featured images and discuss the importance of keeping your eyes on the surroundings, many times the action may be happening behind you rather than the front. And finally, have patience as the results are worth the wait.

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11

Dec

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part II

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part II

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In Part II of my latest three-part article, “Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow ” I discuss effectively optimizing your time in the field as well as culling your images once you return back from the shoot. While photographing birds in action, it can be very easy to fill your memory card quickly, you want to begin the process of deleting unwanted images before the task becomes too large to handle.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

 

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09

Dec

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part I

Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow – Part I

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Click on the image to read the article

In Part I of my latest three-part article, “Streamlining Your Bird Photography Workflow ” I discuss about knowing your photographic vision beforehand, choosing your gear carefully and doing your homework before you set out on a shoot.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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08

Nov

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part III

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part III

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In Part III of my latest three-part article, “Composition Tips For Wildlife Photography” I discuss why eye contact with your subject is important in your composition, I continue offering some fundamental tips on effective composition for visually pleasing images and stimulate creativity.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

 

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07

Nov

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part II

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part II

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In Part II of my latest three-part article, “Composition Tips For Wildlife Photography” I discuss some mistakes that can often be easily overlooked and to avoid them, I continue offering some fundamental tips on effective composition for visually pleasing images and stimulate creativity.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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05

Nov

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part I

Composition Tips for Wildlife Photography – Part I

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Click on the image to read the article

In part I of my latest three-part article, “Composition Tips For Wildlife Photography” I offer some fundamental tips on effective composition for creating visually pleasing images and to stimulate creativity.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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08

Sep

Tips For Photographing Birds at High Altitudes – Part II

Tips For Photographing Birds at High Altitudes – Part 2

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In the second of the two-part article, I continue to share some useful tips on preparing for a trip and photographing birds and other wildlife at higher altitudes.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

 

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30

Aug

Tips For Photographing Birds at High Altitudes – Part I

Tips For Photographing Birds at High Altitudes – Part 1

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Click on the image to read the article

In this two-part article, I share some useful tips on preparing for a trip and photographing birds and other wildlife at higher altitudes.

Please visit https://visualwilderness.com/articles to read my latest article as well as other great articles by my colleagues for tips and techniques.

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