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(Editor’s note: This guest article is by Julie Powell who lives in Narre Warren, Victoria, Australia. She is an award-winning still life photographer who loves to share her passion for this genre with others. She also loves helping other photographers learn this
It’s that time of year when all through our lives we go from clock to clock moving the time back an hour from Daylight Saving Time to Standard Time. There’s one clock that’s mostly taken for granted and therefore overlooked.
I’m a part of several photography groups on Facebook, and some provide a suggestion to provide your camera settings for any photos you uploaded. Things like aperture, shutter speed and ISO, for instance. And while it can certainly be interesting
Have a series of photographs that have different exposure settings? While synchronizing your develop settings from picture to picture brings over all the adjustments you’ve made, it doesn’t take into account different exposure settings you used while capturing the image.
National Parks at Night hold night photography workshops that provide top-shelf education both in the classroom and in the field, and are arguably the best in the world at doing so. So when they decided to create a Night Photo
I recently had a friend ask me what the difference is between underexposing and image and overexposing. Why do you do it and when? Is there a rule to follow when exposing your images? Underexposed Let’s start with the basics.
Like most photographers, I’m always looking for the right location, the right angle, the perfect light and the right moment to make the photograph. Whether I’m traveling abroad or walking around Boston, near my studio, one of my favorite times
With the pandemic still ongoing, a lot of us are still unable to travel far for landscape photography. But, we can instead take advantage of the extra time to hone our editing skills. This will especially apply to beginners who
A look at Corey Rich’s “The Stories Behind the Images: Lessons from a Life in Adventure Photography”
Corey Rich is an acclaimed photographer, director and teacher, best known for his adventure photography. As a college student in the mid-90s, Rich began documenting the sport he loved, rock climbing. This hobby initiated a long and successful adventure photography
I adore using curves and using curves layers in Adobe Photoshop. I think I use that one tool more than any other! It’s quick and easy, and can make such a difference with little effort. Going beyond the ‘S’ curve