Mirrorless Revolution 2014 – We Said It Back Then
The Mirrorless Revolution 2014 I recently published an article about the upcoming Mirrorless War. The video and article seem to have gotten a lot of attention. While writing the article, I mentioned to Chris that I remembered doing a video with Michael Reichmann a few years ago but didn’t remember ever seeing it published. Sure [Read More] The post Mirrorless Revolution 2014 – We Said It Back T...
How to Edit Old Images with Your New Skill Set
This article is going to be a little different from some of the others I’ve written. It’s going to be more like a journal entry or a reflection. It’s very personal in some ways but the ideas within will have universal value for everyone. The idea is to show a personal exploration of my editing […] The post How to Edit Old Images with Your New Skill Set appeared first on Digital Photography Scho...
Why you should shoot in RAW and convert to Jpeg
Click the title of the article to read this post on Improve Photography, which includes all media files mentioned. In this article I will explain what RAW and JPEG formats are, what the differences are and when you should use each format. And why I only ever use RAW to take photos, and always convert photos to Jpeg before issuing out to a client. If you are in a hurry Basically images captured in ... The post Why you should shoot in RAW and convert to Jpeg appeared first on Improve Photography .
8 travel photo insider secrets
#TravelTuesday has come around again, and I’m right here as always to impart some of the bountiful wisdom filed amongst the mayhem in my mind! It really has been mayhem, too. I moved home this past week, heading out of the big smoke that is London and landing nice and gently in the Great British […] The post 8 travel photo insider secrets appeared first on Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider .
A Better Way to HDR; Photo Walk Leader Update; Gallery Opening, and I’m Coming To DC in 11 Days (Whew.)
How to create a dramatic portrait on a rooftop
This composite was created by designing a photo shoot around an Abode Stock image of a city rooftop. To match perspective, we constructed a platform and shot at an upward angle. The image was lit with a three-light setup — two strip lights on each side and a beauty dish in front. We added a…