Old or abandoned buildings in various states of decay are some of our favorite creative subjects to photograph. In this week’s show, we talk about how to get creative and (safely) photograph urban decay and other old buildings, including composition and post-processing ideas.
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This week, Jason and Rick discuss the how and why of adding GPS data to your photos (geotagging). You can use an GPS adapter on your camera, or use track-logging apps on your smartphone to help you put GPS coordinates onto your images.
By understanding how your digital camera sensor records data, you’ll get a complete understanding of why the “correct” exposure doesn’t always match what the histogram says. From there, I’ll teach you some useful ways of setting up your camera to record the best possible exposure and then make the necessary adjustments to that image in post-processing using Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop.
Understanding the histogram
Adjusting RAW images
Live Online Learning Event
You will be able to ask questions during the class
All registered participants receive a video replay of the class
This week, we are talking retouching. Yes, every digital image must be processed, but how much manipulation is okay? From simple cloning of object to compositing and sky replacement, we discuss the (sometimes) controversial topic of image retouching and enhancement.
If you’re interested in sky replacement, the best tool we’ve found so far is Luminar from Skylum Software. It does an exceptional job of auto-masking your images and replacing skies.
Spring is here (finally) and flowers are popping up everywhere! This is the perfect time to capture the delicate details and colors of flowers. Whether you shoot wildflowers outdoors, or even just floral arrangements on your kitchen table, here are some ideas to help you get better shots.