In this week's video, Ibarionex discusses the creating and the processing of an image he made while visiting Paris where he is conducting interviews for his podcast, The Candid Frame. With an image he created at the Louvre, he explains how he discovered the scene and composed it by discovering the setting and building from there. He then walks you through his process for editing the image in Adobe Lightroom CC.Read More
Johannesberg-based photographer Alastair McLachlan decided to investigate the city the heart of the matter, so to speak, and made the 19th floor of the Lister Medical Building his home. From this vantage point and over more than 12 years he witnessed and tried to understand and make sense of Johannesburg.Read More
For this continuing series on black and white conversions, we share a demonstration of Macphun Tonality Pro. Starting in Adobe Lightroom, we walk you through the process of taking a flat color file and converting it into a high contrast black and white photograph.Read More
We speak with photographer, Kevin Mullins who used his storytelling skills as wedding photographer to photograph the birth of a client's daughter. Using his visual narrative skills, he chronicles the the time leading to the birth and the emotional moments afterwards.Read More
One of the greatest traps that any creative person can fall into is comparing their progress against someone else’s apparent success. It’s a common human behavior, but in the the realm of the artist, it can be incredibly self-sabotaging, leading to procrastination, paralysis and a pernicious undervaluing of one’s work.
As Zack Arias says so eloquently in his video, Transform, every one’s photographs sucked when they first picked up a camera. Great photographers who have achieved a level of public name recognition in and out of the photographic world all began with little knowledge of the difference between an f-stop and a shutter speed.Read More