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The ISO Advantage

How to use the excellent high-ISO performance of today’s cameras

I recently returned from photographing brown bears along the Katmai coast of Alaska. I was leading a workshop for Photo Quest Adventures, and we had more than 20 bears at a time on the beach. I’ve been returning to the same area for more than 10 years and have captured some fantastic bear images along this rugged coastline. But this last trip was different. Instead of getting only a few keepers out of the thousands of images I shot, I came back with numerous publishable photos. What was the difference? I used the ISO Advantage.

Digital Photo – The ISO Advantage | DPmag.com

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11 Outstanding (Free) Alternatives to Photoshop

I absolutely love Photoshop. It’s by far the best image editor out there but unfortunately you have to pay a premium for it. For those of you who are looking for a cheap alternative to Photoshop, look no further. I have gathered what I think are some great alternatives that will meet most if not all of your photo editing needs and at a great price…FREE.

11 Outstanding (Free) Alternatives to Photoshop | The Photo Argus – A Photographer’s Resource