My Thoughts on Workshops or In Person Classes?

Hi all. I thought I'd write an answer to a question I've gotten a lot lately. The question usually comes in the form of what workshops or in-person...

This Photoshop Tip Saved My Sanity

A while back, Photoshop changed the way the Save window works by defaulting it to the Cloud. That means you either accidentally save your photo...

Bird Photographers Need This Editing Tip

Over the years I've had a number of photos sent in to me to review and there is one small editing issue that I see a lot of people miss. And I...
Free Lightroom Presets – Wedding Glow

Free Lightroom Presets – Wedding Glow

A while back I used to release a lot of presets. I realized those presets are scattered among the web, so I'm going to start to consolidate them here in the one place that's mine (this website). One of the presets that was really popular was this Wedding Glow preset....

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Adding Artificial Lighting in Lightroom

Adding Artificial Lighting in Lightroom

Lightroom has a really cool filter to get some enhanced lighting on certain areas of your photos. By using the Radial filter, you can make it look like light is hitting parts of your photo and really draw attention to the areas you want. https://youtu.be/i2e_lKaS0E0

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Lightroom Tip: Relighting a Scene with the Radial Filter

Lightroom Tip: Relighting a Scene with the Radial Filter

The Radial Filter in Lightroom has been one of the main adjustments I use on my landscape photography. From adding a vignette to showcase a part of the photo, to totally relighting a scene - the radial filter is always at the top of my list when I edit. In the video...

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Small Camera Store… Big Service

Small Camera Store… Big Service

I wanted to take a quick break from the normal blog posts to say thank you to a camera store that I've come to know over the last few years. This industry is big... but not too big that you can't take a blog post to say thanks for some one who's helped you. I have...

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Are Photo Plug-ins Dead? My Thoughts On Nik Being Free

Are Photo Plug-ins Dead? My Thoughts On Nik Being Free

A few weeks ago, Google announced the Nik Collection of plug-ins—which Google has owned since buying Nik Software in 2012—was now free. This sent a few shock waves through the photo industry, and in the last few weeks, I've had a bunch people asking if we’d follow...

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Gear: My New Vü Filters for Mirrorless Cameras

Gear: My New Vü Filters for Mirrorless Cameras

Last month I got the chance to try out a new set of filters. Since I switched to the Sony mirrorless system last year, I hadn't really updated my ND filter gear and polarizers. Until now, I basically just bought some step-down rings, and used my Lee system (and my...

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