Hi everyone! Thanks again for sharing your fantastic photos with Rick and I. We have been enjoying seeing the world through your lenses and watching the improvement from month to month with the regular submitters. We hope you enjoy our critique this month, and if you haven’t submitted images for critique or commented on the galleries, I’d urge you to jump in and get involved. Looking at others’ images and having others comment on your own images is one of the best way to grow as a photographer.
Happy 2019 to everyone in the Plus community! In this video I’ll share how I capture, merge and blend high-dynamic-range panoramas using ON1 Photo RAW 2019. To help you learn more about creating and editing panoramas, I’ve updated my Panorama video training course to incorporate Photo RAW 2019. Each of the videos on post production are all new and you can find them right here in the Plus course section along with tons of other video course content.
I’ve been testing a lot of new photo equipment in low light lately which leads me to do a lot of noise reduction and sharpening. Much of the work I’ve been doing is at really wide apertures with shallow depth of field and I’ve been thinking about ways to mitigate the blurring of noise reduction in parts of the images that are sharper and more detailed.
Let’s geek out on camera gear! I’ve been playing with a ton of new gear in recent weeks, so for this winter holiday season I thought I’d do a video with some of my thoughts the gear I’ve been using and where photo gear is headed moving forward. You’ll also find a link to my 2018 holiday photo gift guide and all the gear I describe below the break.
Join Hudson Henry for an exclusive ON1 Plus live event covering all your questions from his most recent course, Shoot to Print. Hudson will be on hand to answer and elaborate on any of the questions you have after watching the course.
Hey everyone! Hudson here, one of the questions I get most frequently after people see the giant printer in my studio is “how can I get better prints?”. I have good news and bad news, printing is a little bit of an art in itself, just as difficult as capturing great images in the field. In this Shoot to Print course, I am going to cover everything and demystify the complete process. When you’re done watching, you’ll have all the knowledge you need to get better AND more consistent prints.
You’ve been submitting some fantastic images for critiques and it’s a blast to see so many new members putting up images. Rick and I have been really enjoying seeing the world through your lenses and watching the improvement from month to month with the regular submitters. If you haven’t submitted images for critique or commented on the galleries, I’d urge you to jump in and get involved. Looking at others’ images and having others comment on your own images is one of the best way to grow as a photographer.
It’s time to submit your images for the November Photo Critiques. The deadline is midnight PST next Tuesday, November 13th. If you haven’t yet offered photos for critique, I urge you to consider participating. There is no better way to improve your photography than to share your work and be critiqued by objective peers — and yes, that excludes spouses, parents, and children. We’re excited to see your images from all over the world roll into this month’s gallery. It’s an open critique, so send in any genre or style you like.
It’s that time of year again here in the Northern Hemisphere. The days are getting shorter, the nights are a bit cooler and fall color is starting to really hit the high country. I love photographing fall more than any other season. Some combination of the warm colors, late sunrises, early sunsets and that feeling that winter is coming always gets me reaching for my camera.