Turning Photographs Into Art Part 7: Printing from Lightroom Part C – Color Management
1 – Introduction: about printers If papers are important, something I discussed in my previous essay, printers are just as important. After all, it is the printer that lays the ink that goes onto the paper. As such the printer is the worker, the intermediary between what we see on the screen and what we get [Read More] The post Turning Photographs Into Art Part 7: Printing from Lightroom Part C...
How to Make the Most of Creative Shutter Speed in Photography
The post How to Make the Most of Creative Shutter Speed in Photography appeared first on Digital Photography School . It was authored by Simon Bond . One of the most important settings on your camera is shutter speed, and it’s just as important to master this as it is to master aperture. If anything, shutter speed control allows you to become even more creative with your photography. Exciting t...
10 Tips to Create Stunning Images of Holiday Lights and Decorations
‘Tis the season for holiday lights and decorations, and the desire of photographers to capture them in all their splendor. City streets and parks, places of worship, store fronts, and maybe even your own home are adorned in a vast array of brilliant and colorful displays. For me at least (and I assume for many ...
Our ’12-Days of Christmas’ Gifts Are Back (Day 2)
As our way of saying thanks to our KelbyOne Pro members, each year we grow their KelbyOne Creative Toolkit with more goodies — awesome freebies, Lightroom presets, books, and more, and today is “Day 2” (it kicked off yesterday, but I was up in a snowy NYC). It’s a new gift revealed every day for […] The post Our ’12-Days of Christmas’ Gifts Are Back (Day 2) appeared first on Scott Kelby's Photo...
New Class – Unlocking the Secrets of the Black and White Masters: Classic Techniques for Creating Black and White Images
The Weekly Wrap Up: December 9-15, 2018
The Weekly Wrap-up compiles interesting articles published this week on Photofocus. This Wrap-Up has articles about opportunity, winter architecture, exploring your self, long exposures and writing. Enjoy!