Tony Kuyper is well known to many of us who tend to spend a lot of time in Adobe Photoshop. He makes an editing panel that allows photographers to create exact luminosity masks, which in turn help with granular and subtle editing. Of course, his panels do more than that, but his mask-making shortcuts are … Continue reading Five Photography Tips Worth Remembering
In December 2020, with the release of the iOS 14.3, the owners of iPhone 12 Pro (and ProMax), got to experience Apple’s new photo format, ProRAW. In simplest terms, the iPhone camera captures multiple image frames, picks out the best bits from these frames, and stitches them together in a photo with higher amount of … Continue reading Apple ProRAW + Adobe Super Resolution = Amazing!
How I store my (digital) photos
After sharing his multi-step process for storing his photos, a photographer who blogs asked the question of his readers: How do you store your photos? For some photographers, this is a very elaborate process. Not for me. After a few false starts, I have distilled my photo storage into a three-step process — one that … Continue reading How I store my (digital) photos