One of the issues with digital photography is simple and obvious: what does one do with too many images? I have decided to create a new series focusing on an image (or set of images) that I haven’t previously processed in Adobe Lightroom. This is…Unprocessed Sunday.
Recently, I attended a photograph and art lecture where the topic of photography and realism came up.
Photography’s Role In Developing OA History Using photography to develop a local OA history is important. Images are a well-known resource and an under-appreciated asset. The written record provides the core facts and information about a Lodge’s history. Supplementing that record with a photographic record provides perspective and presence. There should be two separate goals to … Read more
Spending Christmas in Joshua Tree National Park is a personal tradition for me. On that note, I will be out in the park on the 24th and 25th, so I am showing this image from last year’s Christmas morning in Joshua Tree.
We now have a Joshua Tree Photo Guide finished and ready for you. Purchase the new e-book co-authored with Jeremy Long at www.jtphotoguide.com. The book includes 83 pages and 23 key photographic locations for you to make greater images in Joshua Tree National Park.
A Photograph, the cliche goes, is worth a thousand words. Perhaps this is true, but I would rather write a thousand words about an image. My photographic journey began as a way to connect with the outdoors that I grew up loving. I was already artistically-inclined, particularly in writing and drawing. I write extensively about … Read more
Adobe Lightroom CC (Or Lightroom 6) Is Here As usual, the rumors proved to be true, a new version of Adobe Lightroom is here. The perpetual (pay as you go) version is called Lightroom 6, while Adobe Creative Cloud users are getting Adobe Lightroom CC. Both are the same software. Victoria Bampton’s always excellent Lightroom … Read more
It is about that time, and Adobe Systems will soon be announcing Photoshop Lightroom 6. For those who have been with the program since Lightroom 1, they have seen the program evolve from rudimentary to indispensable. While there are a number of amazing tools such as Nikon CaptureNX, OnOne Photo Suite, Topaz Labs, and MacPhun, … Read more
Skyfire – A Review of the App One of my photography friends, Matthew Kuhns, has released a new app called Skyfire. The app has appeared on Petapixel, so it has already received a good amount of promotion so far. As a user of the app, I thought I would include a few notes about the … Read more
The Photographer’s Guide To Joshua Tree National Park will be coming out next month! It is a delight to be able to create a Joshua Tree Photo Guide for the public to use. On behalf of my co-author, Jeremy Long, I am very excited for the first edition release. The Guide will be available in multiple formats, Ibooks, Kindle, Nook, and a PDF edition. All should be readable on the device of your choice.