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GNPA Photo Naming Guidelines

GNPA Photo Naming Guidelines

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Model Releases

When photographing at the request of one of our supported organizations, the organization itself will assure that appropriate model releases have been obtained and you can submit photographs of people to the organization without obtaining a model release.

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Resources for “Gardening for Life: Creating a backyard refuge for insects, plants, birds and photographers.” This document provides links to web pages and documents to help you get started on your own personal biodiversity/photography refuge.

Native Plant Resources

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Creating a Horizontal Image from a Vertical Image for the Internet

Creating a Horizontal Image from a Vertical Image for the Internet

Sometimes you will have a vertical image but it needs to be converted to a 1080 pixel wide horizontal image with a 4:3 aspect ratio for posting on Meetup and the GNPA website.  I’ll walk through the process.  This video from Matt Kloskowski helps to walk through the basic ideas.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y91veIhKkhc

Here is a vertical image:  We want to change this to a horizontal image for posting on Meetup and the GNPA website.

 

Start by Opening the Print Module in Lightroom.  Open the Layout panel on the left side of the screen.  I am creating the 8×6 User template so I can use it for this image and in the future.

First, create a Custom Layout with appropriate dimensions or a multiple of those dimensions.   Select the + to the Right of the Template Browser.  I am going to use 8 inches wide and 6 inches high for a 4:3 aspect ratio.

Add a single custom cell for the vertical image.  You can choose any of the cell size options and then adjust the size as needed.  I used 4.5 inches wide and 6 inches high – a 3:4 ratio that fills the 6 inch canvas height but that could be changed as needed.  Be sure to fill the page height if you want to avoid having excess white space.  You can use any size for the cell as long as it matches the height of your layout.  The sides will simply have white space.

 

Drag the photo into the cell.  Tweak the image dimensions on the page as needed so it fills the vertical dimension.  If you have a different dimension, make sure the height of the cell matches the height of your layout.

Go to the Page Panel and add a watermark for the photographer credit.

Open the Print Job panel.  Select Print to JPEG at top of panel.  Set PPI so the image width in inches times PPI is approximately 1080 pixels wide.  In this case it is 135 pixels which is 1080 pixels divided by the 8 inch width of the cell.  Choose Standard Sharpening and Glossy Output.  Choose Quality 70-80%.  Set custom file dimensions to 8 x 6 inches to maintain 4:3 aspect ratio.  Render as sRGB with Relative Colormetric.

Select Print to File at the bottom of the screen to create the JPEG.  Name the file as desired and put it in the desired folder.  Here is the resulting file.

 

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The North American Nature Photography Association (NANPA) offers fantastic tips for being an ethical photographer.

Access to Public Lands

Ethical Field Practices

Truth in Captioning Blog

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Top 20: Essential Camera Accessories [Updated 2019]

Top 20: Essential Camera Accessories [Updated 2019]

Why Are These Essential Camera Accessories?

I have personal experience with every item on this camera accessories list and would recommend them all. I’ve spent a fair bit of money in the past on equipment I didn’t need, so learn from my mistakes and bookmark this list now!
NB: I’ve linked all items on Amazon US, and all are Canon products. That’s not to say that Canon are better than anyone else, I’ve just done it this way because Canon held 44.5% of the DSLR market in 2010, whereas Nikon and Sony have 29.8% and 11.9% respectively.

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Post-Processing Tips

Post-Processing Tips

This page contains all of our post-processing tips, tutorials and articles for photographers who are looking to edit their photos, ranging from beginning to advanced techniques. Ever since the first darkroom, the art of editing a photo has been one of the most essential steps in photography. Good post-processing can bring out the character and emotions of a scene you witnessed, transforming a good image into a great one. However, the most important step is knowing how to edit images properly in the first place, which is not always an easy task. Below, you’ll find all the information you need in order to do just that.

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