This is a repost of sorts, though more a redo. Today’s U4D post was written a few years ago, when people wanted more information on how to do images in monochrome. I have redone it and hopefully updated it some.
Leading on from the post yesterday it seemed like a good idea to take a look at Jeffrey Smart for my Influencing Me post today. His work reminds of me of what I want to do.
Today I thought it might be interesting to look at some images. It is something I have missed doing. I hope you have missed them as well. Today we are going to look at two new images. I’ve been exploring some of my Melbourne images and seeing what experiments I can do with them.
It is a bit late this week, but I have podcast episode 11 ready for you. Today we are talking about whether or not you should edit. Really it is more about the choices we make in regard to it.
It has been good to take a break. I’ve made quite a few decisions and now it is time to get back to work. I spent a lot of time working out what I need and what I want to do. It is time to share all that with you.
Today for Up for Discussion I thought I might Show you a post that I wrote a while ago, but it was popular when it was first published. For those of you that have been following me for some time know how much I love Adobe Photoshop CC. It is one of my most important […]
Macro photography can be done in many ways. You can choose which direction you want to go about it, whether that is through focus stacking or just having fun with it, being satisfied with what you can get. Like all things with photography it is up to you. The same can be said for processing […]
Facebook loves video, apparently, so I have been trying to do more. Which then brings another problem, what do I do videos of?
Not much today, but wanted to let you know that the launch of the Editing Group is starting today. If you are interested, follow this link, Editing with The Photographer’s Mentor. For the floral part I have a flower from the Blue Lotus Watergardens. I am enjoying working on these. Enjoy the rest of your […]
It seems like a good time to have this conversation as I was recently reading an article that was written when Adobe first started the whole subscription based deal for Photoshop and Lightroom. The article has since been updated, but reading through it I could see that a lot of what they were saying was […]