If you’re like me, you take a lot of outdoor photos over the summer. Most of the time, what I see with my eye in the moment is not always transferred 100% verbatim in camera. Either the skies are partially blown out due to metering for the subject, or colors are never as vibrant in […]
Do you ever look at a photo you edited weeks, days or even hours earlier and wonder, “now what did I do on that photo?” If you want to replicate a look you’ve created but cannot remember the actions you played or the opacities you chose, it can be hard to keep a consistent feel […]
In this quick tip tutorial video, I’ll show you how easy it is to stretch a background to change a photo composition or fill in missing areas of a photo. It’s so simple you’ll pinch yourself!
If you love capturing the magic of winter, but don’t love that all the detail of the beautiful snow is nowhere to be found, then watch this quick video where I demonstrate one method to recover the details in blown out backgrounds. Here I use Lightroom to create multiple exposures via a virtual copy, then […]
Arden Prucha Photography put together a couple of really nice informative tutorial videos on how to record a master Photoshop action that combines multiple actions and custom adjustment layers. From there, Arden explains how to use that master action to batch edit literally hundreds of images at one time. This is an amazing time saver […]