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How to Disable HEIC on iPhone

Here's a quick guide to turning off HEIC on the iPhone so that the camera saves regular JPG files instead.
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Reliable & Simple Cloud Backups when Working in a Home Office

There's a lot to like about working from a home office. But being your own tech support isn't one of the most fun. These cloud backup services offer peace of mind to protect against losing your data when your computer or hard drive fails.
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How to Add rel="sponsored" to Affiliate Links in WordPress

Google has issued new recommendations that affiliate links be identified with a "sponsored" attribute. Here's how to add that in WordPress.
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How to Open External Links Open in New Tabs in WordPress

There are several different methods for making external links on your WordPress site open in new tabs or windows when users click on them. Here's a rundown of some of the best alternatives.
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Backing up Photos & Videos on Location with the NextoDI NPS-10 Portable Backup Device

The NextoDI NPS-10 is a small, self-contained device for backing up photos and videos from memory cards while you're traveling or on a location shoot. Here's my review.
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Does EXIF Metadata in Images Affect Google Search Rankings?

Does including image metadata affect search rankings for your overall site or image search? Maybe.
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How to Display EXIF Metadata in Wordpress's Media Library

Here's a quick snippet that displays some key EXIF metadata fields for images in Wordpress's Media Library.
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How to Restore Your Custom Recipes When Upgrading from Google's version of Nik Collection to DxO Nik Collection

When you upgrade from Google's version of Nik Collection to DxO's new version, it doesn't bring your old custom recipes along. Here's where I found them and restored them on Mac.
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How to Have Yoast SEO's XML Sitemap Register Images Served from a Content Delivery Network (CDN)

If you're serving your site's images from a CDN, this snippet tells Yoast SEO to register the CDN versions in its sitemap.
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Quick Way to Include External Text in Wordpress

Here's a quick and simple way to include external text or HTML in Wordpress posts, pages, or widgets.
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Allowed Referrers For Sharing Social Media Shared Link Images When Using Hotlink Protection

If you're using hotlink protection but want to make exceptions to allow social media services to pull images for shared links, here's the list of allowed referrers I've been using.
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How to Clear the Cache in Safari Without Clearing the Browsing History

There are times when you might want to clear your Safari browsing cache without clearing your browsing history. Here's how to do it.
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Change the Frame Rate of an Existing Project Quickly in Final Cut Pro X

Here's a quick and dirty way to modify the framerate of an existing project in Final Cut Pro X.
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How to Set a CNAME for an Amazon S3 Bucket

Setting a CNAME to an Amazon S3 Bucket is easy to do, but there are some things to watch out for.
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Script to Verify a Page's Host Domain

This short script goes in your page's header to verify that the domain matches the expected host. If it doesn't match, you can redirect the user to another URL.
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How to Transfer Redirects from Yoast SEO Premium to Redirection Plugin

Here's a quick guide to moving existing redirects from Yoast SEO Premium to Redirection in Wordpress.
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How to Disable Yoast SEO Premium's Automatic Redirects

Here's the snippet that disables the automatic capturing of redirects in Yoast SEO Premium.
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How to Create a Mac Quick Action to Convert HEIC to JPG

Here's a quick guide to creating an Automator service (quick action) so that you can convert HEIC image files to JPG with a right click.
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How to Link Directly to a Specific Page in an Online PDF

If you want to add a URL that links directly to a specific page in a PDF document, there's a simple code to add to the URL.
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How to Convert HEIC to JPG with XnConvert

Here's a quick guide to converting HEIC image files to JPGs. XnConvert is free and cross-platform.
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How to Convert JPG to WebP with XnConvert

If you're looking to manually create WebP versions from JPGs (or any other image file formats, for that matter), XnConvert is free, multiplatform, and is especially good at handling large batches of images.
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How to Insert the © Copyright Symbol in Text

There are a few different ways to insert the © Copyright symbol into text. Here's a rundown for Windows, Mac, and HTML.
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Ricoh GR III Video Modes: What They Are and How to Use Them

The Ricoh GR III is mostly a stills photo camera. But it does have some basic video capabilities. Here's a rundown of what they are and how to use them.
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DxO PureRAW - Optimizing RAW Files Before Editing Them in Lightroom

DxO PureRAW takes a unique approach to working with RAW files. It's not a RAW file processor, as such--instead, it prepares the files by using a suite of optical fixes drawing on DxO's extensive research into cameras and lenses. And it works with your favorite RAW processing app.
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Nikon D850 Video Modes & Features

Here's a rundown of the video modes and features of the Nikon D850 camera. The camera's strengths are in stills photography, but it still has capable video features.
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How to Import Existing Custom Silver Efex Presets into Nik Collection 4

The new Nik Collection 4 suite updates Silver Efex Pro 2 to Silver Efex Pro 3, and there's a bunch of new controls and features. But it doesn't migrate your old custom presets automatically. Here's how to do it manually.
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Scanning Old Slides & Film with the Wolverine F2D Titan Film to Digital Scanner

The Wolverine F2D Titan Film to Digital Converter is a dedicated slide and film scanner. It's small, simple to use, and relatively inexpensive. Here's how it works in practice.
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Compressing RAW files with Rawsie | Hands-on Review

There are only a few options for compressing RAW image files. Rawsie is a new app that uses sophisticated algorithms to drastically reduce the size of those thousands of RAW files taking up space on your hard drives.
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Zhiyun SMOOTH-XS Smartphone Gimbal and Stand Review

Jerky video footage isn't fun for anyone. The Zhiyun SMOOTH-XS is a smartphone gimbal that smooths out video footage, provides convenient external controls, and also works as a stand for selfie shots.
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Nikon D3400 Video Modes Explained

Here's a rundown of the various features and modes of the Nikon D3400 for shooting video.
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Shooting Video with the Nikon D3500 - Features & Modes Explained

Here's a rundown of the various features and modes of the Nikon D3500 for shooting video.
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How to Change the Aspect Ratio of Photos with the Nikon D3500

The Nikon D3500 doesn't offer the option to choose a different aspect ratio when taking photos, but here's a partial workaround that works for small numbers of images at a time.
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How to Connect a Nikon D3300 as a Webcam for Zoom Calls or Live Video Streaming

You can use a Nikon D3300 as a webcam or for real-time capture to a computer. Here's how to do it and what you'll need to make it work.
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How to Connect a Nikon D5300 as a Webcam for Zoom Calls or Live Video Streaming

Whether you're setting up your home office or creating a basic web-streaming studio, you can use a Nikon D5300 as a webcam or for real-time capture to a computer. But it's not quite as simple as just plugging your camera in with a USB cable. Here's how to do it and what you'll need to make it work.
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How to Connect a Nikon D5600 as a Webcam for Zoom Calls or Live Video Streaming

It is possible to use a Nikon D5600 as a webcam or for real-time capture to a computer. But it's not quite as simple as just plugging your camera in with a USB cable. Here's a guide on how to do it and what you'll need to make it work.
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How to Change the Live View Auto-Off Timer on a Nikon D5600

By default, the Nikon D5600's Live View will turn itself off after 10 minutes. You can bump that up to a maximum of 30 minutes.
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How to Use a Nikon D3500 as a Webcam for Live Video Streaming

Whether you're upgrading your home office for Zoom meetings or creating a home vlogging studio, it is possible to use a Nikon D3500 as a webcam or for real-time capture to a computer. Here's a guide on how to do it.
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How to Use a Nikon D3400 as a Webcam or for Live Video Streaming

Whether you're looking to upgrade your home office for Zoom meetings or building a basic home vlogging studio, you can use a Nikon D3400 as a webcam or for real-time video capture to a computer. But it's not quite as simple as just plugging your camera in with a USB cable. Here's a guide on how to do...
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How to Recover Photos & Videos from a Memory Card with Disk Drill

Here's a rundown of how to use Disk Drill to scan and recover photos and videos that have been accidentally deleted from your memory card.
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How To Switch Back to Old Facebook from New Facebook

Wondering why Facebook looks different? Facebook.com has rolled out a new look. They're calling it New Facebook. But not everyone's a fan. Here's how to switch back to the old Facebook layout.
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How to Unpublish or Publish a Page in Facebook

If you need to unpublish a page to revise or publish a new one, here's how to publish and unpublish pages in New Facebook and Classic Facebook.
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Facebook Photos Size Guide | Classic Facebook Layout

Ever tried using photos and images on your Facebook page? It can be frustrating. So here's an up-to-date guide explaining what's what, what's where, and how big.
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Facebook Profile Picture Size Guide

A guide to size and dimensions of the Facebook Profile Picture.
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Quick Guide to Using Hugin Panorama Stitching Software

Here's a quick guide to using the free Hugin panorama stitching software to create a basic high-resolution panorama from a sequence of individual images.
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How to Capture Still Image From Video on Mac

Here are three quick and free options for taking a still from a video on Mac.
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How to Capture a Video Frame with VLC

One free, simple option for video frames capture to save it as a JPG is to use the free, cross-platform app VLC. Here's a quick guide on how to do it.
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How to Make Custom YouTube Thumbnails with Canva

A guide to creating custom YouTube thumbnails for your videos using Canva's free account.
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The Ideal Thumbnail Size for YouTube

A up-to-date guide to the best YouTube thumbnail size, how to enable and upload custom thumbnails, and best practices.
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How to Disable Google Adsense Auto Ads

Is your website suddenly covered in Adsense ads that you didn't put there? It might be because Auto Ads has been rolled out automatically on your site.
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How to Turn Off the Date Stamp on the Nikon D3400

Just like old-school film cameras, the Nikon D3400 has options for imprinting date and time information in the bottom corner of the photo. Here's how it works.
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How to Use the Date Stamp & Time Stamp Feature on the Nikon D3500

Remember those time and date stamps that you used to be able to get embedded in the bottom corner of your prints? The Nikon D3500 can do that too. Here's how it works.
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How to Work with Both RAW and JPG Image Files on the Sony A7R IV

The Sony a7R IV gives you several options when it comes to choosing which file image file format to use and how to work them into your workflow. Here's a rundown.
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How to Use Virtual Horizon (Virtual Level) on the Sony a7R IV

The virtual horizon (or virtual level) tool is one of the most useful overlays for composing your shots. Here's how it works on the Sony a7R IV.
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How to Change the On-screen Information Displayed on the Sony a7R IV

The Sony a7R IV gives you some control over customizing what types of information you can see on the back screen and through the viewfinder. Here's how to set it.
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How to Format SD Cards in the Sony a7R IV

This is a step-by-step guide on how to format memory cards in the Sony a7R IV mirrorless camera.
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How to Enable Auto Switching Memory Cards on the Sony a7R IV

If you're running into an error when Slot 1 SD card is full on the Sony a7R IV, here's how to make it roll over to Slot 2 automatically.
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Which Color Space Should You Use When?

Color spaces and color profiles can get complicated and technical fast. But here are some simple, practical recommendations on which color space to use when shooting and sharing photos.
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Hands on with the RAVPower 6-Port USB Charger FileHub

In addition to handling the high-power fast-charging needs of today's devices, the RAVPower 6-Port USB Charger FIleHub has a neat party trick up its sleeve.
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Ultra Portable Backup Storage on the Go with the RAVPower External SSD

External SSDs have been getting smaller, with higher capacities, and cheaper. The new RAVPower Portable SSD is the smallest and most portable I've used yet.
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The RAVPower FileHub is Like a Digital Swiss Army Knife for Traveling

The RAVPower FileHub is like a digital Swiss Army Knife, solving several connection and networking issues that you commonly run into when travelling.
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Facebook Video Covers - Size, Aspect Ratio, Duration, and Options

You can now use a video as your Facebook cover instead of a photo. Here's a rundown of the requirements and options to make it work.
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How to Format SD Cards on Mac

Wondering how to format SD cards on Mac? Here's a step-by-step guide for formatting both SD and microSD cards.
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SD Card Formatter for Formatting, Wiping, and Repairing SD and microSD Cards

Here's a guide to using the SD Association's official SD Card Formatter for preparing your SD and microSD cards for use.
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How to Export a Single Frame as a JPG from Adobe Premiere Pro

There are two methods for exporting an individual frame from a Premiere Pro project. One is quick and simple but doesn't give you much control. The other involves more steps but gives you more control over things like size and compression amount.
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How to Use Instagram Location Search & How to Find an Instagram Location ID

Instagram has some useful built-in location features, but there are some quirks to how to use them and how they reliable are. Here's a rundown.
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How to Prevent VLC from Saving Recently Viewed Videos on Mac

The recent files list in VLC is designed to provide convenient shortcuts to the audio files you recently listened to or the videos you recently viewed. But if you want to prevent VLC from adding files to the Open Recent menu item, you can. Here's how.
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How to Make Your Twitter Photos Accessible to Visually Impaired Users by Adding Image Descriptions

Twitter has a built-in way to make your photos accessible to visually impaired users by adding image descriptions. Here's how to enable and use the feature.
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How to Extract Preview JPGs from RAW Files

If you're looking to extract the JPG preview that's embedded in a RAW image file, here are two free apps that can help.
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Hands-on Review of the Mevo Plus Pocket-Sized Live-Streaming Video Studio

Need to stream some live video but don't want to mess with the complications or expense that usually comes with doing that? The Mevo Plus is like having a basic TV studio in your pocket.
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Video Modes of the Garmin VIRB Ultra 30

Here's a rundown of the various video modes available on the VIRB Ultra 30.
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Examples Using the New Accent AI Filter in Luminar 2018

Some examples of what the new Accent AI filter in Luminar 2018 does.
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How to Export a Single Still Frame from Final Cut Pro X as a JPG

If you're looking to export a single frame from Final Cut Pro X as a JPG, there's a built-in function to that. Here's how to do it.
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Batch Processing Basic Photo Workflow Tasks with PhotoBulk

Sometimes you want an app that can accomplish basic image workflow tasks like resizing and watermarking simply, quickly, and with minimal fuss. That's where apps like PhotoBulk come in.
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Xcellon DRD-401 Four-Bay SATA HDD RAID Enclosure | Review

I've been testing out the Xcellon DRD-401 Four-Bay hard drive enclosure as a large local storage for backing up photos. Here's my hands-on review.
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You Can Now Post Directly to Instagram from a Desktop or Laptop--No Tricks or Apps Required!

Instagram is designed for mobile devices. But that doesn't work for everyone. So here are some options for posting to Instagram from your computer without using the mobile app.
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How to Change the Aspect Ratio of Photos with the Nikon D3400

The Nikon D3400 doesn't offer the option to choose a different aspect ratio when taking photos, but here's a partial workaround that works for small numbers of images at a time.
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Using Photoshop to Simulate How Colorblind Users See Your Photos

Nearly 1 in 10 people who look at your photos are likely to perceive colors differently because of some form of colorblindness. Here's a way to use Photoshop to simulate how your photos will look to someone who is colorblind.
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How to Change Wordpress's Default JPG Compression

By default, Wordpress compresses the versions of images it creates at a JPG quality setting of 82 percent. Here's how you can change it.
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Backing up Photos to the Cloud with CloudBerry

There are several different apps that can automate and schedule backups of photo archives to different cloud storage providers. CloudBerry is one of the simplest, and it works with a wide range of cloud services.
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Search and Replace Plugins for Wordpress

Whether you're moving from HTTP to HTTPS, moving a site to a new domain, or updating links, there are times you might need site-wide search and replace to speed things up. Here are some options for Wordpress.
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How To Schedule Posts to Instagram

Instagram doesn't offer any built-in way to schedule posts, and it even discourages automated scheduling, but it can be done. Some options play by the rules better than others. Here's a rundown of the options.
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How to Archive Photos in Instagram

Instagram has a new feature to archive posts. It makes them private, so only you can see them, without deleting the post and losing the comments and likes.
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How to Post to Instagram with a Web Browser by Spoofing the User Agent

Here's a method for posting to Instagram from a desktop or laptop that doesn't involve any third-party apps or installing plugins. It uses a feature built into several modern web browsers.
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How to use Uplet to Post Photos to Instagram from a Desktop or Laptop

Uplet is a simple Mac app that let's you upload photos and videos from your desktop or laptop directly to Instagram.
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How to Change ISO on a Nikon D3400

A practical guide on how to change ISO on a Nikon D3400, including manual and Auto ISO options.
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How to Post Panoramas on Instagram

There's a new and better way to share panoramas on Instagram. Here's how to do it and some ways to prep the tiled images.
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Instagram Now Lets You Share Up To 10 Photos or Videos at Once

Instagram has added a new feature that lets you share up to 10 photos or videos in one post. Here's how it works.
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Best Photo Stitching Software for Making Panoramas

An updated roundup of some of the best photo stitching apps for making panoramas, from free and simple to paid and powerful.
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How to Customize the Thumbnails for Shared Links in Facebook

Facebook has a new feature that gives you more control over the image thumbnails for shared links. Here's how it works.
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How to Shoot a Panorama with the Nikon D3400

The Easy Panorama mode that was in its predecessor has gone. Here's a guide to shooting panoramas with the Nikon D3400.
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How to Escape Shortcodes in When Posting Code Snippets in Wordpress

If you're trying to post example shortcodes in your post but finding that the shortcode is getting processed, here's how to escape it and present the shortcode as plain text.
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How to Remove or Replace "Filed Under" and "Tagged With" from Post Metadata in Genesis

This simple little hack is a way to change the "Filed under" and "Tagged with" labels from post metadata if you're using the Genesis Framework in Wordpress.
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Facebook Image Sizes Guide | New Facebook Layout

Have you ever tried using photos and images on your Facebook page? It can be frustrating. So here's an up-to-date guide explaining what's what, what's where, and how big.
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Which Color Space to Use on the Nikon D3400? sRGB or Adobe RGB?

The Nikon D3400 DSLR has two color space options in its settings. Here's an explanation of which to use when.
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How to Share 360° Photos

So you've shot some cool new 360 degree photos. How do you share them so other people can see them? Here are some places to start.
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Organizing Photos into Wordpress Media Library Folders

If you have a lot of photos in your Wordpress Media Library and are looking for a better way to organize them, the WP Media Folder plugin provides a way to create virtual collections without messing up your underlying filesystem.
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How to Embed an Animated GIF in Wordpress

If your animated GIFs aren't animated when you embed them in a Wordpress post, there's a simple fix.
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Finding and Cleaning Unused Images in the Wordpress Media Library

This plugin does two things: scans your Wordpress media library for unused images and scans your uploads folder for images that aren't in the media library.
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Mevo, the Live-Action and Live-Editing Camera

Livestream have put out a new live-action, real-time editing camera, the Mevo. Here's my hands-on review.
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NextoDI NVS2801 Portable Memory Card Backup Device - Review

The new NextoDI NVS2801 memory card backup device will especially be of interest to photographers shooting with CFAST 2.0 or XQD memory cards.
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How to Extract Still Image JPGs from a Video File

Sometimes it's easier to visualize the contents of a video file with a sequence of thumbnails or still images. Here's a quick, easy, and free way to extract JPGs at intervals from a video file.
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JPEGmini Pro Review

JPEGmini Pro promises that their proprietary algorithm can dramatically reduce the size of JPGs with no discernible loss in quality. So I put their secret sauce to the test.
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Things I Learned Moving My Wordpress Sites from HTTP to HTTPS

I recently moved some of my sites from regular HTTP to HTTPS with SSL. Here's are some things I learned along the way.
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Review of ImageRecycle Image Optimization Service for Wordpress

ImageRecycle is a cloud-based image optimization service that can shrink the size of your image files. Here's another in my series of reviews of image optimization tools for WordPress.
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How to Upload 360° Videos from a Ricoh Theta S to Youtube

Youtube is one of the few big players that support 360° video so far. Here's how to upload and share the video footage you've shot with a Ricoh Theta S on the service.
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How to Share 360° Videos from a Ricoh Theta S on Facebook

So far there are only a few options for sharing the 360° videos you've shot with your Ricoh Theta S. Here's how to upload and share them with Facebook.
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Lexar Professional Workflow Memory Card Readers

Lexar has come up with a new way to streamline the chore of downloading photos from your memory cards to your computer: the Lexar Professional Workflow system.
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Review of the Spyder5ELITE for Desktop Display, Laptop, & Projector Color Calibration

The Spyder5ELITE is the top model in the Spyder5 display color calibration range. Here's how it compares to the Spyder5PRO.
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Review of the ColorSpace UDMA3 Portable Memory Card Backup Device

My hands-on review of the new ColorSpace UDMA3 portable memory card backup device.
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Stacking Font Awesome Icons in Wordpress

Stacking Font Awesome icons does work in Wordpress, but it needs a simple tweak to work around one of Wordpress's editing quirks.
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Review of the RocketStor Thunderbolt Dual-Bay Hard Drive Dock

Hard drive docks for naked hard drives have been available with USB interfaces for several years. Now there's a new dock with a Thunderbolt interface that promises up to double the speed. But it's not going to be a good fit for everyone.
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Calibrating a Display with the i1 Display Pro

A correctly calibrated display helps in your photo processing workflow and ensures better end results. Here's how the i1 Display Pro performs.
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Calibrating Your Display with the Spyder5PRO

Using a color calibrated monitor can save a lot of time, aggravation, and ink, and helps ensure that your images look their best when viewed elsewhere. Here's my hands-on review of the Spyder5PRO from Datacolor.
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WP Smush Pro Image Optimizer for Wordpress

WP Smush Pro builds on the oldest of the cloud image optimization services. Here's how the reborn version stacks up.
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ShortPixel Image Optimizer for Wordpress

There are several cloud-based image optimization services available for Wordpress. I put ShortPixel through its paces to see how to stacks up to the competition.
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Smartphone Apps for Tracking the Sun, Moon, and Stars

Whether you're trying to make it for magic hour, line up the sun or moon with a landmark, or just want to make sure your subject is shown in the best natural light, smartphone apps that calculate the location of the sun and moon for any location on earth for any date and time can come in very handy.
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MOVO MTP-10 Timelapse Panning Base

The MOVO MTP-10 is one of several devices for adding rotation and panning to timelapse captures. It's a significant step up in both features and price than some alternatives. Here's my hands-on review.
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Camalapse 4 360-Degree Panning Timelapse Base | Review

If you're looking for a way to spice up your timelapse captures, adding some rotation can be a good start. Here's my hands-on review of the Camalapse 4 360-Degree Panning Timelapse Base.
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How to Prevent the Photos App from Launching in macOS

Recent versions of macOS want to launch the new Photos app automatically every time you insert a memory card or connect a device. Here's how to stop it.
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Kraken.io Image Optimizer for Wordpress

Kraken.io is a Wordpress plugin and cloud service combination that aims to reduce to file size of your images in order to speed up your site. Here's how it works in practice.
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Is there any benefit to using WebP images on my website?

WebP is an emerging image format that is designed to create images that are visually indistinguishable from JPGs (or PNGs) but with much smaller file sizes. That in turn makes for a faster website.
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Optimus Image Optimizer for Wordpress Review

Optimus is a plugin and cloud service combination that promises to dramatically reduce the filesize of your images and speed up your Wordpress site. Here's my hands-on review.
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Digital Foci Picture Porter Advanced - Hands-on Review

The Digital Foci Picture Porter Advanced is feature-packed. Here's how it stacks up in real-world use for backing up photos without a computer while traveling.
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YouTube Banner Size Guide

In this post, I'll go over the best YouTube channel art size and add some suggestions for how to make a great channel banner.
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Making Photos on a Wordpress Site Sharp on Retina Displays

If you want your photos to look their best on new high pixel density Retina displays, here's a Wordpress plugin to help.
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WD MyPassport Wireless Review

The WD MyPassport Wireless is a portable hard drive that can be used to stream media to mobile devices like iPhones and iPads. But it's also a cost-effective option for backing up your photos while traveling.
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Backing up Photos to the Cloud with Syncovery

Syncovery is a program that offers extreme flexibility in where, what, how, and when to back up photos to the cloud, local hard drives, or network drives.
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HyperDrive ColorSpace UDMA2 Memory Card Backup Device

Memory card backup devices combine a battery-powered hard drive with a memory card reader so you can back up your photos and videos without a computer. Here's my hands-on review of the ColorSpace UDMA2.
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Geotagging Software

Here's a roundup of software that will take your photos and a GPS tracklog and marry them together to geotag your photos.
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Using a Garmin Fenix 3 GPS Watch for Geotagging Photos

Garmin's new Fenix 3 sports watch isn't aimed at photographers, but it makes for a surprisingly useful tool for travel photography.
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