What Is Heat Distortion, And How To Keep It from Ruining Your Images
Have you ever been driving down the road on a hot day, and looking ahead following the road you see these “waves” of distortion? This is a heat distortion. Here are some tips to keep them from ruining your images.
How to Create a Cinemagraph Using Photoshop in Under a Minute
Photoshop-expert Howard Pinsky explains how to create awesome cinemagraphs using Photoshop in under a minute
Catch Up On All Your Editing! Tips For Faster Post-Processing
Wedding season is winding down, at least the shooting part is. Now that the months of shooting are over, you’re left looking at all the images you’ve shot and wondering how you can magically post-process all of them quickly and painlessly. Well, we’re here to help you out.
5 Ways to Help Your Clients Look (and Feel) Less Awkward In Portraits
As a photographer, one of your most valuable tools is to know how to get your client to forget you are there and capture the emotion/feeling in that moment and translate it onto paper. Here are some things I do when I interact with my clients so that they don’t look or feel awkward in their photos.
A Case Of Split Personality | An Interview with Nathan Ikon Crumpton
At first glance, Nathan Ikon Crumpton’s images look like a crazy computer mishap. But when you look closer, you can see the beauty of two perfectly merged photos into one amazing masterpiece. His split portraits are nothing short of show stopping.
Web App That Helps To Visualize DOF Across Focal Lengths, Formats, & Apertures
This is a great little app that will help you to understand and visualize depth of field across different focal lengths, formats, and apertures.