While at WPPI, I was amazed at the number of studio management platforms that were exhibiting. I’ve written two pieces about studio management platforms in the past year (part one
When the eyes are visible in a portrait, they should usually be the point of focus for the viewer–your viewer should snap right up to those eyes and linger there.
This new Twist 60 lens from Lensbaby has my full attention right now. There are always new lenses boasting extreme sharpness or wide apertures or super telephoto, but Lensbaby steps aside
The aperture in a lens is photography’s analog to the irises in our eyes. Our irises enlarge to let in more light in dim circumstances. They contract to a smaller
Editor’s Note: Don’t miss this week’s free event on when to jump from Lightroom to Photoshop. For some reason, people laugh at me when I make a picture with them.
I’m a big fan of controlling where the viewer looks within a photo. In this short tutorial I show you how to use two adjustments in Photoshop to quickly guide