The Ultimate Guide to HDR Portraits + 3 Free Lightroom Presets!
With the way cameras are developing, we thought we would give you the ultimate guide to HDR portraiture. Specifically, how…
Exposure Balance in Landscape Photography – What To Do To Get The Perfect Exposure
Ever heard of the magic cloth technique? It has nothing to do with a flying carpet. It’s one of six solutions provided here to help you balance the exposure of both the landscape and sky in your photos.
Adobe Announces Substantial Updates To The Lightroom Ecosystem
Today, Adobe is releasing updates to the entire Adobe photography ecosystem, including Camera Raw, Lightroom Classic CC, and Lightroom CC for Mac, Windows, Android, ChromeOS, and iOS.
Dell Announces New 27-Inch 4K HDR10 Monitor With 100% Adobe RGB
Recently at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show, Dell announced its first HDR10-compliant display, the Dell UltraSharp 27 4K…
How We Shot It: Maximizing Dynamic Range On A Cloudy Day
Cloudy days are arguably some of the best conditions to work under as a photographer. With minimal sunlight we have…
How To Easily Blend Exposures For Interior Photography In Photoshop
If you’ve ever taken interior shots with windows included and then combined the exposure in Photoshop, you likely know that…
New Lightroom Mobile Update Brings Raw HDR, Raw Export & More
Lightroom Mobile just received another update today, and if you see the Adobe video (see below) and read the release…
How-To | Easy, Seamless Exposure Blending In Photoshop
Photoshop can be a mystifying environment, where despite a user’s best intentions sometimes things can go awry and make a…
Affinity Photo 1.5 Released | Bevy Of New Features & Windows Compatibility
The new kid on the photo-editing-block is back with a new bag of tricks.
Single Shot HDR | Getting the Most Out Of Your Camera
Find out how to get the most out of your camera’s dynamic range in just a single shot.
How To Capture Beautiful Images With A Low Dynamic Range Camera
Today, just about everyone wants to shoot with a camera that can pull 13-14 stops of dynamic range. The good thing is that you don’t necessarily need the newest and best cameras to shoot beautiful pictures, you just need to know what your limits are and how to make the most of what you have.