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Photography is a journey. My journey started when my mom handed me a camera when I was about four years old, and said “look through this window and push this button.” I was hooked. For me, the best part about photography is sharing memories and creating art while learning new skills and new technologies.
Today I’m offering part of that story to you as a free download of Field Notes: A Photographic Journey. Field Notes was, by far,one of my favorite photography eBooks to write because I got to share my personal experiences about some of my favorite photographs.
I hope you enjoy your journey, wherever you may find yourself along the path of photographic creativity.
I offer the most comprehensive set of guides to the “big three” Nik Collection plug-ins available, including:
You’ve probably read by now that Google is no longer going to update and maintain the Nik Collection. While that’s true (and disappointing), the plug-ins are still a great set of (free!) tools that deliver professional results, and I will continue to use them until they stop working on my computer. My guess is that the plug-ins will continue to work for quite some time until changes to Photoshop or computer OS become significantly drastic. In the meantime, you can get any of my three PDF guides for free through July 1st.
Go Long! Discover how to create timeless photos by “stretching time.” This week, I’m offering all three of my long exposure tutorials at up to 50% off; no coupon code needed!
I’m pleased to announce the immediate release of a set of 20 custom panel (triptych/polyptych) effects templates for Photoshop. Along with the panel templates, you also receive a complete PDF guide, Creating Panel Effects in Photoshop and an instructional video companion. My Photoshop Panels Pack works with any version of Adobe Photoshop that supports Channels and Layer masks. Along the way, you’ll learn about creating clipping masks in Photoshop (not a bad skill to have).
The Photoshop Panel Effects Pack includes: