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Photographer and Photoshop guru Glyn Dewis is known for his complex composite work. He recently co-hosted a workshop in the Netherlands with Frank Doorhof, a photographer and educator, who, along with some lens troubles, convinced him to start using a … Continue reading
Portrait and wedding photographer Laurence Kim has started using a light meter again. Yes, he’s even using it for digital photography! He’s writen a post about why you should too. Unless you’re taking pictures of perfect 18% grey all day, your … Continue reading
HDR or High Dynamic Range Photography has been all the rage for the past year or so. There are many new tools available to the photographer to capture and process this type of image, but much of the subject still … Continue reading
Raised in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, New York by immigrant parents from the Dominican Republic, Damaso Reyes has had some of the common experiences many first-generation Americans have had since the Dutch started procreating in the colony they called New Amsterdam. Damaso … Continue reading
Understanding how histograms relate to images was a complicated, and often misunderstood, topic. We’ve posted an in-depth review, covering the following topics: What is a Histogram 4 Ways They Compare Push/Pull Processing Do You Need a Light Meter? And … Continue reading