A histogram: you might have heard of this weird nerdy word thrown in by photographers. While it might sound like a shady social media platform, it’s an essential tool to learn and master if you want to have full control on your images. Picture this: It’s summer and you are [...]
Category Archives: Tutorials
Photography tips and tutorials.
A couple of days ago, I shared this photo I took last Fall in Kentucky. It’s an old barn located near Rough River lake with hanging tobacco waiting to be fire cured. The photo was well received but I had a few comments from people telling me “It’s HDR”. Now, [...]
Since my Lightroom tutorial is one of the most popular posts on my website, I’ve decided to continue and offer some free “behind the scene glimpse” of my editing process by creating a new section called “How I Edited It”. Hope it will be useful in understanding how you can [...]
Note: This tutorial has been completely re-written from scratch. If you’re wondering where the older one went, check at the end of the post for more info. Processing an image is essential. I have already given my opinion about it so I won’t dwell on the subject. But even though [...]
While browsing photography forums, you’ll often encounter individuals identifying themselves as Photography Purists. They tend to claim things like: Manipulating photos is like cheating… I still shoot film because that’s real photography.. I try to have perfect photos straight out of the camera (SOOC), that’s real skill… I don’t [...]