Photography is so much more than just conceiving and shooting a frame. Post-production is now an integral part of photography. How you post process and in what software is a much heated debate – along the lines of Canon vs. Nikon and Windows vs. Mac. We’ll take a look at the three most commonly used […]
Photography Post Production Articles
Improving your photos in the darkroom and on the desktop.
High Dynamic Range, or HDR, is a term that’s thrown around pretty loosely now through the Internet among photographers, but few actually know what it is. The truth is, there isn’t much knew about the concept, it’s just with digital photography progressing and software engineers developing new tools along with hardware to handle them, the […]
It’s been said that to become an expert at something, 10,000 hours of time needs to be invested. That’s a lot of time, over a good number of years and I feel photography is something that is always evolving and there’s always room to learn and improve. That leads into how I improved my photography […]
For most photographers, Photoshop is one of, if not the primary tool used to make adjustments to digital photos. It’s their darkroom, allowing creativity and correction for mistakes made in, or uncontrollable situations while shooting. Additionally, it can be used to black and white, sepia and other color conversions, selective color, blemish removal and removing […]
Despite the name, Photoshop was created more for graphic designers, not photographers, but photographers looking to airbrush their digital files quickly adopted it as their go-to piece of software. By the time v7 came out, specific tools, plugins and actions were being created for photographers and Photoshop could handle the RAW, or unprocessed files from […]
Last year we covered photography mistakes, but what about post processing blunders that can leave you forever embarrassed? Here is a collection of common post production mistakes that can turn you rosy red and how to avoid them. Shooting RAW when you shouldn’t be. For some reason digital photographers feel the need to always shoot […]