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How To Photograph The Supermoon

Today we are witnessing the last Supermoon of the year, so what is it and how to photograph the supermoon? This was the topic of a conversation on Clubhouse last Monday as part of the Astrophotography Club. I was invited to talk about my experience and give some tips on getting these photos right as, coincidentally, I am running a moon series on my Instagram @fabienb. Plenty of moon shots

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Luminosity Masks in Photoshop

I wrote about Luminosity Masks in Photoshop already on this blog. It's a very powerful technique that I use a lot in my landscape and cityscape photography. I find it a lot more efficacious than letting my camera or a software decide what a good HDR photo is automatically. Yes, it may take a bit longer. But the results a far more satisfactory. When I first heard about Luminosity Masks

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How to Edit the Milky Way in Adobe Lightroom

Do you want to learn how to edit the Milly Way in your photos so it really pops? Good! Because this is exactly the content of the video I just published on YouTube! I went with my friend Robert to Stonehenge, UK, for a night out hoping to get some good shots of Comet Neowise again and also the Milky Way and all we could squeeze in one night. My

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Smartphone photography tips

I was asked by my friend Dot Lung to go live with her and talk about smartphone photography tips and how to make better photos with your phone. We both use iPhones but all we talked about really applies to Android as well. We did not talk about specific apps only available for one platform but actually discussed real examples of taking photos with a phone. Dot Lung is a fantastic

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Wordpress Problem Solved

I love Wordpress. I use it since it was still called B2/Cafelog, probably around 2002. Then I used its public .com version for my successful food-blog and the self-hosted one for a lot of my clients, including big names like JP Morgan or Bank Of New York Mellon. According to the latest stats, in 2020 Wordpress powers 35% of the entire Internet. It means it's installed on just shy of

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Rule of Thirds - cover image

When you've been a photographer for many years you give some knowledge for granted, and the Rule of Thirds is certainly among those. But as of today, this is still the most searched photography-related topic on Google. So maybe I should write about it. If there's enough interest, I might cover more photography basics. Let me know in the comments if it's something you would like to see here. What is

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