With emotion in photography, you and the viewer connect, right? Does an image that connects with viewers mean they are remembered? Well, maybe. Photo turned to Digital Art by Sheen Watkins Emotion in photography is ever changing. Artistry and emotion start with the photographer’s mindset. Impact is felt from the standpoints of the photographer and […]
The 85mm prime lens is well known for capturing beautiful portraits. Its relatively light weight, fast speed and wide aperture also makes it a superb event lens. However, the 85mm is often overlooked as an effective tool in the nature photography arsenal.
We all have our own personal processing preferences that we do 99% of the time. From the moment we import files into Lightroom to the time we export a file for printing, we can create presets when we find a look or style that we like and that can be used repeatedly. In this article we will explain how to create your own presets using Lightroom CC.
Like a steam train, 2020 is coming around the bend and it’s time for New Years Resolutions. But where did 2019 go? Thankfully, we have our photography to hold the many sights and eye treasures we see throughout the year. For photographers, our work is much more than a social posting or an Instagram like. […]
I’m sure we’ve all been in the room with “that” someone that needed a filter. And while we could lament quite a while on those situations, the filters we’re referring to have a positive impact on our photography! A lens filter. There are times when they are helpful. Then there are times when they are […]
Many avid flower lovers get deliriously, or should I say ‘dahleriously’ giddy over dahlias. What’s not to love? Their colors, textures, lines and curves have been appreciated around the world for centuries. They’re found in pages of magazines, gardens, bridal bouquets, flower arrangements, paintings and photographs. Dahlias were originally recorded in Mexico in the early […]