(I guess I was in a rebellious mood!)
Composition is ALWAYS key to building the foundation of a good image. But sometimes, you have to ask yourself what the real subject of your image is, and how best to highlight it. If you've followed my photography for more than a post or two, then you know that the interplay of aviation subjects with the environment around them is what I enjoy most.
Monday, November 2, 2015
Saturday, September 26, 2015
(isn't serendipity wonderful?)
So, I'm always happy to stumble upon how Lightroom sliders add creative effects to images when they are maxed out. Now some of you have probably sat there and listened to +Tony Granata and I tell you to "Back off the clarity" or "Don't touch that Saturation"! I know we said that, but sometimes you just have to break your own rules.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
Five things that iPad Pro users should know
|Tablet and a DSLR, a photographer's dream or nightmare?|
With all of the hype surrounding the announcement of the Apple iPad Pro today, I thought I should just share some of the lessons I’ve learned over the last year of using a “Super-tablet” as part of my everyday photography workflow. My intent is not to disparage the iPad Pro, which I think will be an excellent product, but rather to help those who are coveting one decide on whether or not it will actually help improve their workflow without significant changes to accommodate the “Super-tablet”.