Back in 2009, when I made my living licensing stock imagery, the size (in megapixels) of the images we could license made a difference in our potential for sales. Photos were sold based on [...]
From the moment I saw a photo of this blue-painted town—when or where that was I have not the faintest idea—Morocco was added to my travel list. Chefchaouen, a name I couldn’t pronounce [...]
This week Brian and I will be heading out on a photography trip to Morocco! I've been itching to get out and create more photos for my books, tutorials and my Stocksy collection, and traveling is [...]
Watch me edit a realistic HDR photograph using Aurora HDR and Adobe Lightroom.
It's painful to admit that I don't print enough of my work. I blame it on the lack of wall space in our house (and that my office is almost entirely covered in shelves). :) So when I received an email from Bumblejax asking if I would take a look at one of their products I was intrigued, particularly with the acrylic blocks.
Learn how to process a food photograph in ON1 Photo RAW with this free free preview of my latest eBook and video course, Step by Step with ON1 Photo RAW. This video [...]
When we share our photos online it's usually our intent that the photo is clicked on and viewed full-screen. Most photos will look beautiful printed and mounted on a wall, but the new normal is that [...]
Beautiful, soft, and layered bokeh makes for a magical backdrop. The problem is, unless you are photographing a person in front of a Christmas tree, you may not get the look you want. [...]
Many photographers work from the comfort of their homes. Whether it's to edit and process photos and videos, create invoices, or update their website, a lot can be done while sitting in a home-office. I'm one of these photographers, [...]
Zoom lenses are great because they allow us to have a wide range of focal lengths contained within one lens. However it is still important to put distance between you and the [...]
Last month I had the opportunity to use a pre-production model of the upcoming Fujfilm GFX 50S Medium Format camera. This is not a full in-depth review, but rather some of my observations as [...]
One of the most common questions I receive from new photographers is which lens to use when photographing food. When choosing gear there is never a correct choice; it all boils down to the [...]