There’s been a lot of talk about blend modes lately, so I thought I’d do a quick introduction to them. The video below is just a start, but it’s a good one I think. There’s a bunch of blend modes and it’s easy to get confused, so I broke it down to the 4 blend modes you need most. Enjoy!
Watch me walk you through this long exposure post processing workflow following my recent trip to Yosemite National Park.
Last year I did a video for the “12 months with Matt” group on Luminosity Masking. Since then, I’ve changed a few things about the way I explain it. Plus I figured many of you could use a refresher, or maybe haven’t seen it if you’re new.
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Having about 6 months under our belt of reviewing photos here in Plus, I’ve seen the copyright/watermark question come up a number of times. If you’ve watched any of my videos in the photo critiques, you’ll know I’m pretty against that watermark/copyright text in your photos and I usually tell you to remove it. Here’s an example of something I see a lot.
One and a half miles, climbing 300 feet, in the darkness, with nothing but headlamps. Only one out of the twelve of us knew what to expect at the top. We were worried about bears, and moose and wolves. But we were in a group, so it was ok.
Hey everyone! Here’s the next round of photo critiques. A huge thanks once again. There were a TON of great photos submitted!
Do you want your photo to really pop & stand-out? If so, then this is the look for you! Create a beautifully bright and warm sunshine styling for your images with a few simple, but powerful filters in ON1 Photo 10. Working with the awesome masking tools in ON1 can help you separate your subject from the background and help make your portraits be more visibly distinctive!
Admittedly, I don’t visit my family back in New York City nearly as often as I’d like to. One thing leads to another and the next thing I know, half a year has gone by. So, when I do get the opportunity to visit, I want to make the most of the time I have with them. Recently, I was able to fly out to NYC for a few days of downtime. On one of those days, my sister and I spent all of it roaming around various parts of downtown Brooklyn, which was a wonderful change of pace seeing as we normally default to visiting Manhattan.
A sense of motion makes a landscape photo more dynamic. Watch me show you how the Blur Filter in Effects adds motion to clouds and enhances your landscape photos.
Hi all. We’re wrapping up our print week today with a video on sending your photos to some one else to print. It could be a photo lab, or just a friend with a printer. Either way, here’s some of the best methods and settings for saving your photos to print, if you’re not printing them yourself.
The digital age of photography has brought with it plenty of amazing advances in technology that have made our lives as photographers easier. Autofocus systems are better and much more accurate then they have ever been before, the dynamic range found in my full frame Sony a7R II nearly rivals medium format cameras and the ISO sensitivity of sensors these days is leaps and bounds ahead of anything we had just five years ago. However not all changes into the world of digital have been positive.