October is one of the best times for a photowalk. October offers a window of opportunity for photographing fall colors at their peak. The window for capturing dramatic and dynamic fall images is short. Don’t put off taking that photo because fall is a time of change, and you think things will look the same tomorrow, but they won't. Here are some basic tips for photographing in the fall.
So how often do you check your sensor for dirt and dust? I bet most of you would answer never! It’s really important and saves you editing time. I suggest you do so before every shoot. Never take it for granted that the sensor looks clean based upon the last shot you’ve taken. The subject matter can hide many dust spots within the image that you only become aware of when the conditions are just right.
Being laid up with a bum leg for so long. Doctor says I have at least another 30 days of bed rest while things heal. You could say I got screwed! (pun intended) I've taken the opportunity to really deep dive into Capture One Pro 11 and put it through its paces.
Making your photos more interesting by ensuring that the subject matter is the area of focus. It's all too common for beginner photographers to take snapshots where a person viewing the photo doesn't know where to focus he/her attention, causing their eye to scan across the photo trying to find out what the area of focus should be.
It's not often that I'm impressed with gear, but this Canon 135mm f/2 lens is absolutely, without a doubt, unquestionably, one of the sharpest lenses I've ever used. It's extremely sharp even wide open, It produces some wonderfully creamy bokeh. It focuses quietly, smoothly and most importantly quickly.
People all the all time under estimate the power of Adobe Lightroom. For the most part Lightroom can cover 90% of a photographers editing needs. Today I show you how to remove a sunburn and even apply tan lines using just the HSL panel in Lightroom. You just wont believe how easy it is!
Frequency Separation helps make retouching a portrait easier in Photoshop. Frequency separation works because it allows you to separate the Texture of an image from the tone and Color. When retouching you can focus on just the texture or the skin beneath it. It sounds quite complicated but in practice, it is actually quite simple.
The Department of Homeland Security’s newest campaign is teaching people how to “recognize the signs of terrorism-related suspicious activity” and to report it to local law enforcement agencies–and one of these signs just so happens to be photography.
You've probably been saving your photos as JPG for years, and never gave it a second thought. Most of us simply bypass the jpg format option screen by accepting whatever the default values are and go about our day. Let's face it JPG format options isn't exactly a sexy topic. But we really should understand our options exactly what they do.
Sometimes as creatives, we simply get burned out. It can feel like your passion may no longer be alive. A time in your photographic life where just the idea of picking up your camera is exhausting. So what can you do?
In today's tutorial, I show you how to make a really cool logo using Photoshop and some free fonts. This is a beginner tutorial so you really don't need a ton of design experience to make your own logo/watermark.
Times are changing.. I believe that Facebook and Instagram have peaked, and are now beginning their decline. Rule #1 in business, "Learn to see changes before it happens". Businesses that don't see change are destine to fail.
I hear this all the time. I can't afford to travel the world like you, and there's nothing interesting to shoot in my home town. I live in boring suburbia. Well there's a good reason you feel that way.. Your not using your third eye.
Paul Greene is a extremely talented wildlife and nature photographer based in Colorado. Paul specializes in landscape photography, but can't resist his love to shoot wildlife as well. Paul truly loves being a creative.