Instead of manually enhancing the eyes and skin and removing blemishes for each image, we can select a group of images to batch process.
While in London for the Society of Wedding & Portrait Photographers (SWPP) event, Photofocus and Perfectly Clear hosted a special photo walk. Photofocus publisher Richard Harrington –along with Photofocus authors Eric Renno and Vanelli– explored London with about 65 fellow photographers. Our good friend, local expert and photographer, Dave Williams mapped out an excellent course […]
Learn what it takes to build your portfolio with a little help from your friends!
This How to Create the Look article teaches building a shoot around accessories.
There are many ways to name your images. Following a simple naming structure will help you find your images locally on your computer and on the net.
This short story about a photo of James Gandolfini will teach you to listen to what your client wants so you can give them what they need.
A passport photo is NOT a portrait – it’s a reference photo. Much like a driver’s licenses, its sole purpose is to reference your likeness. Taking your own photo is easy, once you know the requirement.