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Retouching Snow in Photoshop

August 12, 2016

My favourite place on this incredible planet is Iceland, and in my capacity as a travel photographer and big Iceland fan I’ve perfected the way I deal with snow in my photos. In this tutorial [More]

Faking Golden Hour in Adobe Lightroom

August 6, 2016

We’re told time and time again in landscape photography – there’s only two times each day when you can successfully shoot a landscape! The golden hour in the morning and again in [More]

Photoshop an Artistic Double Exposure

February 21, 2016

In this video I take a look at making a double exposure in Photoshop, then go a little further to create something a little more interesting and 'artistic'. [More]

Control Exposure, Focus and Subject Focus in Photoshop

May 3, 2013

Using the Shadow / Highlight adjustment you can quickly and easily add more contrast and subject focus to an image, then utilising the Iris Blur and its ability to create an Alpha Chanel we can draw more focus to our subject more organically and smoothly. [More]

Back From the Brink: The Awesome Power of Lightroom 4.

April 26, 2012

We all have photographic mishaps from time to time; many of them are only minor, thankfully. Sometimes, however, they can be real howlers and that can be frustrating, especially if they were shots that are not easy to recapture. In this article we’re going to be looking at an example of a very underexposed image, that, ordinarily we would consign to the trash without a second thought. Before we stab at the delete key, however, let’s see what we can do in the Develop module of Lightroom 4; you will be pleasantly surprised! [More]

Changes to the Basics Tab in Lightroom 4 Beta

January 16, 2012

Recently, I have seen a lot of discussion regarding the changes to the development module in Lightroom 4 Beta and I wanted to go over some of these changes since Lightroom 3. In my previous post, I [More]

The Adjustment Brush in Lightroom

September 16, 2010

In this video tutorial Dan Moughamian opens Lightroom’s Develop panel and uses the Adjustment Brush.Using the auto mask feature he’s able to quickly edit his image’s exposure, [More]