With Adobe's recent announcement regarding Lightroom, many photographers are looking for an alternative solution to their raw photo organization and post-processing. And I completely get it; not everyone is ready to switch [...]
The new version of Luminar is available for preorders beginning today! I put together a short video below, highlighting some of the new features you will find in this version. New features [...]
The masking tools in Luminar are straightforward, but that doesn't mean that you can't create detailed masks! I have a technique that I use to replace skies and solid backgrounds using Luminar. [...]
Photographers have many choices for post-processing applications, and I tend to gravitate to the ones I'm most familiar with, as well as those that I enjoy using. Recently I've been giving the Macphun [...]
Macphun just announced their new version of Aurora HDR! (Available September 28, 2017.) I've been enjoying this, and other Macphun software, over the past several months and I'm really happy with the [...]
When I was creating stock photography full-time, I used my Alien Bee lights on a regular basis. I photographed a lot of people in indoor environments and needed to create my own [...]
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 [...]