Are you a ‘people person’ who likes to photograph people? Your answer might be Yes or No because your thing might be landscape photography or architecture photography or something else. But because you
Charlie Borland Photographs an Opal Mine
I had a really fun photo assignment last month, photographing at the Royal Peacock Opal Mine in Nevada. This mine is a U-Dig operation where anybody can visit, buy a pass
What’s your opinion of these two photos?
I have a question for you: Of the two photos in this photo collage, which do you think looks better?
If you said the right one I would agree with you and in fact, that is the photo I worked harder on so it would look better.
Now, can you tell how I did that? Well, it is not processing it is instead lighting.
Real Estate Photography: How to Retouch a Bounce Flash Hot Spot
FREE VIDEO: Real estate photographers often have to work fast to stay profitable and one technique for lighting residential interiors is to bounce flash off the ceiling. This approach to brightening a room often works quite well but if the room has too much depth it may require the flash to be inside the room for the bounce, and that means you see the photographer and you have a ceiling hot spot. This video shows you how to retouch that hot spot.
Featured Article: The Journey Back to Creativity
If you would have told me 4 years ago when I was living in Park City, Utah, that I’d be creating HDR images, living in Scottsdale, Arizona, and loving my DSLR, I would