Hillary K. Grigonis

Hillary K. Grigonis

Hillary never planned on becoming a photographer—and then she was handed a camera at her first writing job and she's been writing with one hand and shooting with the other ever since. At Hillary K Photography, she works as a wedding and portrait photographer. When she's not writing or shooting, she's trying to keep up with two kids, collecting film cameras, unplugging outdoors, reading or traveling.

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The best waterproof cameras of 2019

Rugged cameras are designed to withstand nature's elements. These waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof shooters can go everywhere you do, making them the perfect travel companions.
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Slow down or speed up clips with Adobe Premiere Rush’s newest tool

Don't let the name fool you — Adobe Premiere Rush can now slow down clips, or speed them up if you prefer. The update to version 1.2 adds user-requested speed features to the video editor, including tools to fix the audio.
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How to make a background transparent in Photoshop

Photoshop has no shortage of tools for selecting an object and removing a background, but knowing when to use which tool can be a bit confusing. Here are the basic steps for putting Photoshop's select and mask tools to work for you.
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Each iPhone is more capable than the last when it comes to capturing stills, but the default iOS camera app doesn't give you the most control of your photos. Here are the best apps for getting even more out of your iPhone's camera.
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The best Adobe Lightroom alternatives for editing RAW photos in 2019

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Got a bunch of old receipts? This $89 camera turns them into instant photos

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