It’s a good idea to add copyright information to your images. Lightroom makes this task really easy by creating a preset, but you have to remember to create your copyright preset at the beginning of each new year.
In case you missed it live, here’s a chance to see Kevin Ames delivering an incredible workshop. He’ll show you how to making portraits look their best with a bunch of insider techniques. Kevin Ames makes beautiful portraits for private and corporate clients, and knows the ins and outs of finishing and retouching portraits. He […]
The Oil Paint filter is back in Photoshop! Why was it removed? Your guess is as good as mine, but it’s back! In this tutorial, I take a look at two examples of how it can be used. Howard Pinsky is an online Photoshop and Lightroom educator, offering over 400 videos. Be sure to follow Howard for more […]
Seems like an odd title to an article, right? Well, it’s true! If you’ve ever thought about making the switch to exposing fully manually, but struggled to get apertures and shutter speeds to do what you want them to do, all you need to do is to remember that your camera is just like a […]
Do you know what I love? Photography conferences. They are the best place to meet like-minded people and make new friends. The best thing I’ve done for my photography business has been learning to network, and it’s so easy to practice with people who are passionate about the same thing I am. I’m really looking […]
Have you tried to delete images or video on your iPhone to free up space, only to find out that you never seem to gain any free space? Check out this quick tip.
It’s exciting getting your very first digital camera. Whether you have a DSLR, Mirrorless or even a point and shoot, learning it can be overwhelming. At times, it’s okay to put it in auto mode. As long as you are taking pictures, you are going to keep getting better. In fact, as I was learning […]