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by Vian Esterhuizen

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The value (f/1.6) at the top is the aperture used when the picture was taken. The aperture value under Camera Data (Exif) (f/1.4) is the maximum aperture value to which the lens can be set.


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Who is your target market? You generally only need a portfolio of work that is what your clients are looking for, and a good reputation for turnaround time. Nobody cares about certifications. They care that you can deliver usable edits on time.


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I think the metallic looks mainly comes from the dodge and burn technique. This video shows the technique well. How to Dodge & Burn in Photoshop by Elena Jasic. I tried to achieve the similar effects of the first image you provided. The left image is before any edits, and right image is after the edits. I hope this is the effects which you are trying to ...


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According to Adobe's Camera Raw Supported Cameras page, the A58 requires Camera Raw version 7.4 According to their Compatible Adobe applications page, CS5 only supports ACR plugin version 6 (6.0-6.7). Are you using CS6? If so, should be able to update camera raw as high as version 8.71, according to that page.


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Your image is 250x350 pixels. The dot-pitch of your monitor (92ppi) is irrelevant. The image will have a resolution in dpi (dpi - dots-per-inch - for printing, ppi - pixels-per-inch - for on-screen display) attached to it, and the 'default' is 72 ppi, but that's just a label (It's 72ppi for historical reasons - the dot-pitch of the early Mac monitors which ...


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Certifications depend on your level of confidence when approaching clients. I have observed the following when attending first meetings; Clients like to talk about their Company, their vision, their pain-points and what they need from a photographer/Photo Retoucher (some of these points relate to non-business Customers too Once they have provided their ...



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