Why We Shoot The Blue Hour Like the golden hour, the blue hour is one of the very best times of day to take photographs. It’s that brief period of time just before the sun rises or sets when the sky goes a deep blue-purple color. In urban areas, the lights come on, kicking out […]
Author: Jason Row
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When you think of digital asset management software for photographers, most will immediately think of Adobe’s Lightroom. However, there are a number of other options out there, all offering a similar management/editing workflow. One of those is ACDSee’s Photo Studio 9. If you are relatively new to photography, you may not have heard of ACDSee. […]
Lightroom – We Have Come A Long Way Lightroom used to be the image management part of Adobe’s photography apps. Photoshop was very much the editing app. Times have changed, and I would say that 90% of what most photographers need in an app is now achievable in Lightroom Classic. Perhaps one of the most […]
What if I offered you something for nothing? Your response will invariably be, what’s the catch? Iso invariance does offer you something for nothing, but there are, of course, catches. But what is ISO invariance, why does it matter, and do we really need to use it? Also, what are ISO invariant cameras? Read on to […]
Copyright is a thorny issue among photographers. Some of us are happy to let people use our images for free or for credit, and that’s fine. It’s your prerogative to do so. Others who work professionally need to charge or license our work. I have never really bought into the concept that people giving away […]
When my father passed away a couple of years ago, my brother and I found a treasure trove of old photographs. Many of them in color from the 1970s and 80s but also old black and white photos of my grandparents and even great-grandparents! Some of these date as far back as the 1920s. Although […]