Autel EVO Nano+ Review

Autel Evo Nano+ Review

The palm-sized Autel EVO Nano+ offers advanced features and functionality more commonly seen in larger and more expensive drones while keeping its weight below 250g.  This puts it firmly within the most regulator-friendly drone category and one that’s quickly growing in popularity among consumers. So, with the flexibility to fly this small and lightweight drone in more locations than larger models, with fewer restrictions, is the Autel EVO Nano+ the perfect drone for you?

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How to create an Autel EVO Nano+ Lens Correction Preset in Adobe Lightroom

Autel Evo Nano+ lens correction profile and white balance preset in Lightroom

The Autel EVO Nano+ is a fantastic sub 250g drone, and the world’s first in its category to include advanced features including collision avoidance and Quickshots. Image quality is excellent overall. But with no lens profile available in Lightroom to remove the vignette and chromatic aberration, alongside a tendency to capture Raw files with a slightly cold white balance, this tutorial shows you how to create an Autel EVO Nano+ Lens Correction profile and white balance preset in Lightroom.

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BenQ ScreenBar Halo LED Light review

BenQ ScreenBar Halo

Creating an optimal workspace is critical for photographers and designers, and light itself is an incredibly important consideration because of how it can affect the monitor screen. The BenQ ScreenBar Halo is an unobtrusive monitor mounted desk light featuring five controls on a wireless controller with the aim of providing optimal lighting without affecting the monitor screen.

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Coinbase NFT is launching soon…

Coinbase NFT marketplace is launching in late 2021

Have you wanted to get involved with the NFT craze, but haven’t been able to get signed up to one of the existing NFT marketplaces due to long waiting lists and/or the need for a referral? Coinbase NFT could be your next chance to join 2021s biggest craze.

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How to improve your photo editing skills

The Digital Darkroom: The Definitive Guide to Photo Editing by James Abbott

Editing and processing your photos is an important part of the image making process and one that you can’t ignore if you want to get the best from your photography. Choosing the best software for the job often comes down to two options: Adobe Photoshop or Affinity Photo. In my book The Digital Darkroom: The Definitive Guide to Photo Editing, I teach you everything you need to know about photo editing with both types of software through informative and easy-to-follow tutorials.

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Bleach bypass effect in Affinity Photo

How to apply a bleach bypass effect in Affinity Photo

Learn how to apply a bleach bypass effect in Affinity Photo to boost contrast, accentuate texture and to subtly desaturate your images. The technique works well for all types of photography, and by controlling the overall strength the result can vary dramatically.

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How to add motion blur in Affinity Photo

How to add surreal motion blur to woodland photography in Affinity Photo

Woodland photography is both a challenging and an extremely rewarding subject, and there are several shooting and editing techniques that are commonly used with this type of photography; one editing technique that has grown hugely in popularity over the last few years is to add motion blur to woodland shots to create a surreal kind of vertical panning effect where sharpness and blur collide. So, here’s how to creatively add motion blur in

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Kingston Workflow Station review

Kingston Workflow Station review

If you’re a photographer or videographer regularly downloading stills and video from multiple memory cards, you’ll be all too aware of how time-consuming this can be. With many card readers available we’re spoilt for choice, not to mention that many SD and Micro SD cards come with a single slot card reader. So, what’s the Kingston Workflow Station, and how can it improve file transfers for content creators?

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How to focus stack images in Affinity Photo

How to focus stack images in Affinity Photo

Focus stacking is a fantastic technique for landscape photography because it provides perfect sharpness throughout the scene you’re shooting. In fact, the results are so sharp the resulting images can look hyperreal. So, here’s how to focus stack images in Affinity Photo.

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Advanced masking & blending start images

The Digital Darkroom: The Definitive Guide to Photo Editing by James Abbott

If you’ve bought a copy of The Digital Darkroom: The Definitive Guide to Photo Editing, I want to say a huge thank you and hope that you enjoy the book while improving your photo editing skills. On page 170 there’s a tutorial covering advanced masking & blending, so to help you to complete the tutorial you can download the start images using the link below.

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