We decided to take a little road trip up into the high country of Colorado to find some eclectic subjects. It was great to get out and use some of our gear, and when we returned, we used some novel post-processing to create a unique look for our photos.
Sometimes, it’s necessary to pack a smaller kit. Whether it’s due to travel constraints, or you just want more flexibility in the field, packing light is an important photography skill. We’ll take a look at the tricks we use to slim down our kits.
When should you use Adobe Photoshop in your workflow?
This week, we’re discussing our editing workflows, and while they are similar, both of us do things a little differently when it comes to our photos. We then take a look at the role of Photoshop for digital photographers. When we first started out in digital photography, Photoshop was practically mandatory. Now, it plays a much lesser (but still important) role in our editing workflows for certain types of images.
Digital photography is a fantastic learning tool because it provides us with immediate feedback on our photos. This week, we’re discussing all those times where we learned from our mistakes in the field and at the computer, and we share situations where we’ve struggled to improve our shots.
Having fun with alternative cameras and processing
Sometimes, a change of pace can do you good. Whether it’s using a different style of camera (think digital rangefinders), or just changing up the way you approach your subject, we’ll take a look at the things we do to stay creative in our photography.