HDR photography and Photo Editing are fun. Have you ever tried them?
I just posted an article about Nik Software HDR Efex Pro. Now you can do HDR in Lightroom and Photoshop but still some third part softwares offer even more power for fine adjustment.
I use Lightroom/Photoshop HDR on regular bases but once in a while I really enjoy the controls that Nik Software HDR Efex pro ...Continue Reading ?
Almost all new Digital cameras (including new DSLRs and mirrorless cameras) have the Auto ISO setting. Is it really useful? Let’s Take a look.
You can control exposure by using Shutter speed, Aperture, and ISO. Usually you set the ISO and then select what shooting mode you want to use and ...Continue Reading ?
Continuing from last week’s post about the elements of design, in this post we’ll take a quick look at: texture, shape, form and colour.
Texture is very much a part of our lives and even our speech; words describing texture are common: a rough day, soft touch, sharp mind are just a few examples. Looking for ways to feature texture in our images can be ...Continue Reading ?
The most well known composition rule is the rule of thirds.
The Rule of Thirds states we should compose the scene with interesting elements on imaginary intersecting points of the grid. It is easy to understand and put into practice; people viewing our photos can navigate the scene because of a pleasing, balanced arrangement of elements within our composition.
But let’s be realistic for a moment – the subjects we choose to photograph always don’t fall nice and ...Continue Reading ?
Digital cameras are tools and like other types of tools they help us do a job faster and better. In fact digital cameras do not take pictures, they just capture what photographers tell them to capture! Understanding the settings and capability of your camera is the most important thing for taking better photos.
In this short article I am going to ...Continue Reading ?
Coming up in October, is our Model Photography Techniques class. Photographer, David Falk, will share his inside tips and knowledge based on his extensive experience photographing models. In the following post, David gives you a great tip to help you photograph shorter models. Let’s face it – not all models are tall and slim, despite what the media tells you. Read on to find out more!
Not all models I shoot are 5’10” or taller. In fact, rarely do ...Continue Reading ?
One of the most important and the most difficult task in Photoshop and Photoshop Elements editing is removing the colour cast.
Colour cast is very difficult to see. You need to have the experience for recognizing the colours and then find out what colour or tonality you need to work on to remove the colour cast. In our Colour in Photoshop class you will learn ...Continue Reading ?