Post-Processing

Creative Flower Photography with Alan Shapiro

Alan Shapiro is one of the most inspiring flower photographers that I know. Alan Shapiro and I talk about creativity in flower photography, exercises to stretch your creative muscles and post-processing for flower photography. I also give a lot more details on the upcoming conference. You can watch the interview below or listen to the …

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Using targeted adjustments in Lightroom for equine and wildlife photography

Here’s a quick tip for you to make your equine and wildlife images even more eye-catching: When editing your RAW files, use targeted rather than global adjustments. Targeted adjustments are applied only to specific areas of an image and give you incredible control when you post-process. Skip the Basics panel for targeted adjustments We’re going …

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How Lightroom’s mobile and web tools save me time in client relations

We all know and love Lightroom on our computers. But Lightroom Mobile, which has recently received a plethora of updates, is becoming my perfect assistant in dealing with clients. I can utilize the app in a number of ways, but more recently I’ve used it as a glorified private portfolio for my clients in two distinct …

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Building transitional qualities into your images

In May 2017, Ken Koskela will be co-leading a photography tour to Guilin, China with Out of Chicago Summer Conference presenter Rick Sammon. For more information, check out their tour page at kenkoskela.com. Great photographs often incorporate a transition between opposite characteristics. Examples include light and dark, warm and cool, and moving and still. In …

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Double your film fun with double exposure photography

A few weeks ago Bryan posted an article about personal projects and how important they are for us to learn, grow and have fun with our photography. I wanted to share a really fun and different project that involves collaborating with other photographers. Film. Yes, film. It’s popular again, didn’t you know? All the kids …

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Advanced retouching: OOC Podcast Episode 29

In this episode of the Out of Chicago Podcast, Michael Novo talks to Mark Serrano, a professional portrait photographer and expert retouching. Mark discusses going through the edit process with clients, from out of camera to the final product. He also discusses his workflow, which can sometimes last upwards of four hours per photo, dealing with …

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