Hudson and I recorded a recap video to go through some good learning moments from the last round of photo critiques in ON1 Plus. The ON1 Plus Community continues to submit a ton of great photos. It was a blast for us to get together and see the photos that the other person had to review. Anyway, here’s the video. It’s just about 30 minutes and they went over 20 photos so just over 90 seconds for each photo. Enjoy!
Keep your landscapes razor sharp in lower light with wider apertures. Watch this new tutorial to see how I capture this low-light Patagonian landscape image in multiple frames at varying focus settings and then RAW process, composite blend, and finish edit the scene into a single, tack-sharp image. Software covered includes ON1 Layers, ON1 Effects and the Lightroom Develop module’s basic, noise reduction and sharpening panels.
Watch the recording from yesterday’s entire live Q&A session. Nathan did a great job moderating as we spent a fun hour discussing a diverse array of topics from aperture’s place in the exposure triangle to diffraction, focus stacking and using a shallow depth of field to create depth in images. Thanks to all of you for submitting such great questions and participating in the live broadcast.
Well, I missed Day 2 because we were on the road a lot, so I’m catching up on Day 2 and 3. First off, as I write this I’m sitting on a couch drinking coffee, on a snowy windy morning. There’s basically nothing we can do outside right now. We were out last night trying to shoot the Aurora and Milky Way and it was too windy to even get a sharp photo. This morning is even worse. Snow, and around 25 mph winds makes it a nice day to relax a little and catch up.
All I can say is WOW! This place is amazing. From the minute we left the airport, it’s some of the most amazing and craziest looking landscape I’ve ever seen. So I figured I’d give you a quick Day 1 Recap.
Hey there Plus peeps! Okay, I need your help. I’m heading on a photo trip with some friends tomorrow, and I want to include you guys as much as possible along the journey. So I’m looking for some ideas. Here’s the deal: