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Optimize JPEG photos for best quality

Optimize JPG tool

JPEG, or JPG, which stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group, has become somewhat of a standard for sharing photographs online. It offers excellent quality, good compression, and a reasonable file size. Yes, it is a lossy format. That means that you can optimize it, at the expense of some information

Processing Infrared Photos in Camera Raw and Photoshop

Levels layer infrared

In my previous article, I described how to shoot infrared photos. This guide will walk you through processing infrared photos using Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop CC. These instructions and screenshots were compiled on a MacOS X Yosemite system, though should work equally well for other platforms. Here is the processed final

Infrared Photography with a Digital Camera

Ever since I started learning photography, I was fascinated by infrared photography. For those unfamiliar with it, it is photography using infrared light. Images captured using infrared produce some interesting, other-worldly results. The wavelength of light used is usually between 700nm to 900nm, in the near-infrared part of the electromagnetic spectrum.