Author Archives | Jeremy Pollack

Jeremy Pollack - who has written 20 posts on The Digital Photo Experience.

Jeremy is a photographer who lives in Connecticut. Jeremy is an expert on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom and his goal is to share a piece of our reality in a way that perhaps the viewer had not considered. You can follow Jeremy on twitter at http://twitter.com/jeremypollack

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My Top 10 iPad Apps

August 26, 2010

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In a completely random order, my top ten iPad apps! Some free, some paid, all used regularly. Got some more? Let’s hear about them in the comments. Square: If you take money, ever, get this. Accept credit card swipes with only a transaction cost. No up front, monthly fees or commitment. The Photographer’s Ephemeris: Great […]

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Lightning Fast Lightroom Tips – Survey Mode

August 25, 2010

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Don’t forget about the Survey Tool. It is invaluable when selecting from a number of similar images. Highlight all of the images in the batch and hit N. Use the numbers to rank them by stars and hit / to deselect images and knock them out of your Survey window. Bonus: New in Lightroom 3, […]

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10 iPad Observations

August 24, 2010

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After a couple of month’s of use, here are, in no particular order, 10 observations about my iPad. Let me just preface this list by saying I am not a Mac user, I use an Android OS phone and I love my iPad. Getting online anywhere and everywhere is way more important and useful than […]

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Noise Reduction in Lightroom 3

July 20, 2010

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By now many of you using Lightroom have either upgraded or at least tried the demo. There are many new and wonderful features, but the one that has given me perhaps the most bang for my buck is the vastly improved noise reduction. Previously, we could certainly take an image into Photoshop or even a […]

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STOP! And take that shot!

July 13, 2010

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One of the best tips to improve your photography is to pick up your camera every day. I used to think this was so difficult. Who has time for this? Between going to work, errands, and living your non-photographic life, carving out a few minutes for photography can be difficult. Instead, live a photographic life! […]

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More New York City Wallpapers!

June 14, 2010

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PC & Mac widescreen wallpaper Photographing New York City (part of the Digital Field Guide series by Wiley) is in stock at Amazon.com and bookstores everywhere! I’ll be posting one wallpaper a week from the book or the series for the next couple of months both here and at my website. If you have any […]

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Weekend Travel Tips part 2

May 12, 2010

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Last time we discussed bringing and carrying your gear on a weekend photography trip. This time, we’ll cover some technical tips to ensure that you get the best shot and that they make it home safely. Much like always putting the same gear in the same pockets, having a set of procedures that you follow […]

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New York City wallpapers #2

May 10, 2010

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On Amazon.com, Photographing New York City (part of the Digital Field Guide series by Wiley) is now in stock and ready for shipment! I’ll be posting one wallpaper a week from the book or the series for the next couple of months both here and at my blog at jeremypollack.net. If you have any requests […]

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New York City Wallpapers!

May 5, 2010

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In celebration of the May 17th release of my first book, Photographing New York City (part of the Digital Field Guide series by Wiley), I’ll be posting one wallpaper a week for the next couple of months both here and at my blog, JeremyPollack.net Each wallpaper image will be available in widescreen and standard versions […]

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Synchronized shooting

April 30, 2010

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There are times when you may end up with two or more sets of images from a single event or photo shoot. Whether it be a DSLR and a point-and-shoot, your camera and a companion’s or two cameras on a BlackRapid DS-R. I will often shoot with two cameras at events when creating a variety […]

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