A photography store filled with courses, eBooks, presets & more! A blog with text and video based educational content created specifically for photographers.
Camera to Completion: Lightroom Workflow Course walks through my entire process of Adobe Lightroom from in-camera, through organization, processing, proofing and delivering to clients or publishing on the web.
Camera to Completion: Process is more than just an online course. It’s how, why, what and where of my photography. This course contains video content demonstrating everything that goes into a photograph.
Long exposure photography is when a photographer uses specific methods, like longer shutter speeds and neutral density filters, in order to create an effect in a photograph. Often times the same technique is used to remove moving objects from a scene or smooth out water.
The typical street photographer is an extrovert, and doesn’t mind getting close and personal with random people on the street. But what about the introverted photographers that want to try street photography?
Insights and techniques for creating segmented panoramic photography, which involves manually capturing a single row of photographs and combining them into a panorama. You will develop the skills that go into making panoramic photographs, from setup to capture and post processing. Along the way, you will pick up important tips on stitching and editing that will help you make great panoramic photographs–and have fun, too!
Because a big part of karate is the community, sharing and education – I wanted to share my experience and thoughts in a free eBook. See what karate taught me about photography, and how important it is to understand the art of photography before photographing something so special.
HDR photography and its software have evolved over the years. While I no longer photograph HDR on a regular basis, like I once did, I still enjoy seeing how genres of photography evolve. When I was asked by Skylum to look at Aurora HDR 2019 I figured it was a good opportunity to see where HDR photography stands in 2019, so I compared it to Lightroom and Photomatix 6. In this video, you will see that comparison with each pro and con.