Famous Wildlife Photographers
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Learn who are the most famous wildlife photographers today and see some of the best wildlife photography from these World famous wildlife photographers.

Famous Abstract Photographers
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Who are the most famous abstract photographers? Where can I see the best abstract portrait photography, abstract landscape photography or abstract architecture photography.

Take a look at this article to see the best abstract photographers to inspire you.

Famous Nature Photographers Past & Present
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See a list of famous nature photographers from the past and present, along with examples of their work and learn about the best of nature photography.

How to Wrap Text in Photoshop
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Learn how to wrap text in Photoshop, using two simple methods to wrap text around an object or warp text into a shape in Photoshop.

How to Duplicate a Layer in Photoshop
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Learn how to duplicate layers in Photoshop, including the shortcut to duplicate layers in Photoshop, and how to copy multiple layers quickly and easily.

How to Unmerge Layers in Photoshop
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Learn how to unmerge layers in Photoshop and how to unflatten images.

See how to use smart objects to be able to non-destructively undo merge layers in the future.

How to Invert Selection in Photoshop
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How to invert a selection in Photoshop, including examples of why you would want to select inverse, and the Photoshop select inverse shortcut.

How to Change Lightroom Catalog Location
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Learn how to move a Lightroom catalog by easily changing the Lightroom catalog location.

See what a Lightroom catalog contains and when you should move it.

50 Free RAW Landscape Images for Retouching
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Lots of free RAW photos to edit, including free RAW landscape images for retouching.

Download these free RAW photos with one click!

How to Crop a Layer in Photoshop
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Learn how to crop a layer in Photoshop without cropping the entire image, with three methods that target individual layer cropping in Photoshop.

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