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Here’s a trick for more advanced photographers to shoot against a bright background without blowing out the exposure. In this video, portrait photographer Joel Grimes shows how he uses a thin net to darken a backdrop while setting the exposure for the face of his subject.
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Professional photo editors around the world turn to Adobe software products for the best results. The learning curve on titles like Photoshop and Lightroom, though, is pretty steep and few take the time required to master them fully. Now Lifehacker Australia readers can learn these titles and other editing skills easily with the Ultimate Adobe Photo Editing Bundle and save more than 90% off the regular price.
Building your own DIY retro game console with a Raspberry Pi is basically a rite of passage these days, but building your own case steps that up a notch. Over on SimpleCove, Sean built an awesome little case with plywood.
Magic Lantern is free software that runs on Canon DSLRs to give them enhanced features with more control for shooting video. It’s like custom firmware, but it runs directly from a memory card without altering the camera’s software. This video from Jake Coppinger shows how to get started using the powerful tool.