Hi all! I’ve put together a couple of videos for my Backyard Photo Challenge. This was the one where the ON1 Plus Community challenged Hudson and I to go out in our own backyards and look at it in a different way. Watch me edit the photos I took from this shoot!
Hi all! I’ve put together a couple of videos for my Backyard Photo Challenge. This was the one where the ON1 Plus Community challenged Hudson and I to go out in our own backyards and look at it in a different way. Watch me scout for a good photo in my backyard!
In case you missed it, here is the recording from today’s Live Q&A! The main topic for this Q&A was centered around Layers, but we dive into other topics during the presentation. Watch me answer your questions and walk you through some fun editing processes in this recording. Thanks again everyone that attended and asked questions!
Continuing on with the Layers theme this month, we’re going to dive in to some workflows for using multiple layers. The main questions that come up are what order do we do things. We have Develop changes, layered changes and even effects. So what’s the right order to work in, and how to we jump across the various modules if we have multiple layers. As always, if you have any questions feel free to ask ‘em below. Enjoy!
Hey there! In this first video of mine for my February guest-coaching month, I wanted to talk a little about some of the general concepts behind when we choose to use Layers in our editing. There’s certain things I think should be done at the Raw level, and there’s certain things that we need layers to do – and then (of course to complicate things) there’s tasks that could be done with layers or without—and it’s up to you.
So I created this first video to run through what I think are edits that are best done in the raw editor portion of our workflow, and then some examples of things that we’d need layers for. Enjoy!
(Note: Idea submissions have already happened. Now it’s time to vote. There’s an official poll with choices below)
Thanks so much for all of the fun and creative ideas for the reverse photo challenge I posted about the other day. In case you missed it, the idea is that you guys come up with a challenge for Hudson and I. Well, 150 of you answered. Thank you!!! I love the interaction that this community is bringing!
Hi everyone! First off I wanted to give a HUGE thanks to all that participated in the Photo Challenge this past week. We had over 350 entries which is amazing. It shows that this community is here to play (or at least here to win some free $$) :-) But I do hope that, in addition to having the chance to win some $$, it also gave you the opportunity to look through your photos from 2015, and see where you’ve been over the last year.
The man… the myth… the legend. Hudson Henry is his name. Or is it Henry Hudson? ;-) I figured I’d do a quick post to share 7 random facts about Hudson with you, so you can get to know him a little better. While I’ve only known Hudson for a few years, and I only get to see him once every few months, he’s become a very dear friend of mine and I consider him one of my favorite people. As this coaching experience goes on, I’m sure you will too. But in the meantime, here’s 7 things you probably didn’t know about Hudson.
It’s the new year, and time for resolutions and all that fun stuff. Well, whether you’re in to resolutions or not, this is a great time to think about your photography. And one of the topics that pops up around the new year is the infamous 365 photo project. Basically it means taking and posting at least 1 photo a day for the entire year.