HDR as a technique has had a lot of bad press over the years so this article is aimed at quickly explaining the good, the bad and the ugly of it to those of you who have not yet tried it, writes Andrew James.
Once you become hooked into the world of photography you can’t escape the lure of the filter, writes Andrew James
I know from experience that shooting for Black & White requires the photographer to take a leap of imagination and project what is being seen with the naked eye into something different and fresh, writes Andrew James.
If the idea of pointing your lens in the direction of people you don’t know has you palpitating and sweating then it’s fair to say you’ve probably never tried street photography, writes Andrew James.
Your average Histogram really isn’t very glamorous. Not only is it unglamorous but you might think that thanks to the ability of the LCD preview on the back of the camera to show us what we have taken, there’s no real need to bother with it at all, writes Andrew James.
The over-sharpening of images is one of photography's biggest crimes but there are times when your images will need a little sharpening applied to get the best from them, writes Andrew James. Lightroom has a decent sharpening function but in most cases users either leave the default sharpening as it...Read More
In this workflow video that takes you through processing a cheetah image from start to finish, we'll look at how and why white balance needs to be tweaked to get the colour temperature as I want it for the scene, writes Andrew James.
Andrew James shows you how to set up a User Preset in Lightroom so you can add a look or style to any image you want at the click of a mouse. Watch the video to find out more