By Rachael Towne on in Guides
I received a great question via email the other day regarding a situation that most of us have experienced at some point, but have either shrugged off or bottled it up inside of us.
I'm Rob, the editor of Light Stalking. I try to keep this ship on course.
Over Processed Properly Processed All Photos Copyright Scott Bourne 2005 – All Rights Reserved
If you’ve ever wondered why your pictures never look quite as good as those lavishly spread across the pages of a magazine, part of the answer may lay in the post-processing: photos are very rarely shown straight out of the camera. Instead, they often go through photo-editing software, which may be thought of as a powerful digital darkroom. Although Photoshop is the most well-known software, it is also very expensive.
Adobe Lightroom Basics: 6 things you need to know getting started In our latest Adobe Lightroom tutorial we explain the basics of this great photo editing software and reveal 6 of the most important details every beginner should know.
Being an artist sucks. Being an artist is awesome.
Generally, if you have to choose between upgrading your camera body or your glass, upgrading your glass is the best choice.
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Copyright Scott Bourne 2003 - All Rights Reserved In most parts of the USA it’s winter. It’s cold.
Some folks live and die by the sharpness of an image.
Copyright Scott Bourne 2010 - All Rights Reserved Even in Florida in the winter, the weather is not perfect.
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Despite the name, Photoshop was created more for graphic designers, not photographers, but photographers looking to airbrush their digital files quickly adopted it as their go-to piece of software.
Posted on January 25, 2010 at 3:50 am My pal Scott Bourne has an interesting post on his Photofocus blog: “ Seven Things To Ask Before You Take Your Next Photograph .” It’s all good stuff.