For me, a strong, mood provoking portrait comes down to a number of different elements all coming together at once. You need good lighting contrast, colors with tones that complement one another, good skin textures, and a level of expression from the model that captivates a viewer’s interest.
The key though is to join all […]
A bit over a year ago I published an article about the announcement of the Canon 5DS entitled The New 50MP Canon 5DS DSLR: What It Is And What It Isn’t. And at the end of the article I had said the following:
If you are like me though, and are simply looking forward […]
Sometimes the biggest challenge with outdoor landscape and architectural photography is finding nice daytime skies when you are photographing. Unfortunately skies are not something you can ever control. So one solution to the problem is simply accepting the sky you have and then fixing your skies later in Photoshop.
When replacing a sky in […]
Today I decided to take some closely cropped photographs of the beautiful Buddha statues in one of Bangkok’s most amazing Buddhist temples, Wat Arun.
I wanted to get some nice isolated images of just the Buddha’s face and head, together with a shallow depth of field, so I used a long range Canon 100-400mm […]
This is just a quick tutorial on how to easily remove a color cast from a Raw file using Adobe Camera Raw in Photoshop.
For this demonstration I am going to be using a Raw file from a shot of a row of beautiful Buddha statues that I shot the other day. I was shooting […]
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For me, a strong, mood provoking portrait comes down to a number […]