Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Getting started with Photoshop: the work area

November 6, 2009 by  
Filed under Photoshop

Share

The work area con vary depending on the Photoshop version that you have, but once you get familiar with it, you will be able to move around comfortably. The idea with these tutorials is to make every step easy to understand, and to answer your questions and offer new ways to improve your images. The […]

Photographing architecture after sunset

October 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Photo Technique

Share

There is a magic hour, just after sunset, where we can take amazing pictures if we have a steady tripod and a good dose of patience. This is the perfect time to combine natural and artificial light to photograph landscape and architecture. Since we are going to be photographing in low light conditions, we need […]

Nature ice sculptures

May 16, 2009 by  
Filed under Nature

Share

Nature can create amazing ice sculptures. Winter is a great time to photograph because the landscape is changing all the time, the water, the ice and the snow build incredible forms. Just a small drop of water can start a stalactite. The ice that cover rivers and lakes melts with the sun during the day […]

How to photograph aquatic birds

May 14, 2009 by  
Filed under Feature posts, Nature

Share

Just a small tilt of the head, the wind blowing up the feathers or catching the bird with its pray in the beak, can make a difference between a regular photograph and an amazing image

How to photograph birds in the zoo

April 29, 2009 by  
Filed under Nature

Share

The zoo is a great place to start with, and we can concentrate in taking the pictures, not in finding and waiting for the birds.

Photoshop: how to fix a missing part of a picture

April 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Photoshop

Share

As soon as I got home, I opened my pictures in Photoshop and I discovered that the mantis was missing an eye, and I decided to fix it.

How to photograph while moving the camera

April 28, 2009 by  
Filed under Photo Technique

Share

When we  photograph we usually want sharp and well focus images, but sometimes moving the camera while we press the shutter release in a very low speed can give as very interesting images. This is a traditional photograph of the Brooklyn bridge taken in New York City from Sea Port. It was freezing that night […]

How nature combines colors

April 25, 2009 by  
Filed under Feature posts, Nature

Share

Combining colors and choosing a color scheme is not easy, but nature has been mixing colors for millions of years. We can use its wisdom to apply it in our daily life. Choosing and mixing colors for our homes, our clothes, a website or a promo piece, can be easier if we look at Mother […]

How to photograph roses

April 25, 2009 by  
Filed under Nature

Share

The big secret when photographing roses is to keep the image as simple as possible. They are beautiful subjects in themselves and they just need a delicate and balanced light and a clean background.

How to photograph inside churches

April 24, 2009 by  
Filed under Photo Technique

Share

Churches are beautiful places regardless of  the religion they follow or the date they were constructed. All of them have been built as places to honor God and were erected as spaces were our soul should rejoice with beauty. In many of them, the lighting was meticulously studied to inspire us about God’s grandiosity and […]

« Previous PageNext Page »