If you are a portrait photographer and edit your images at all, Evoto is an AI editing tool you must check out. It's the perfect tool for retouching efforts. It includes things like skin retouching, dodge and burning, body shaping, makeup enhancements and more. Everything you need as a portrait photographer.
When it comes to creating my painterly-style images, I wouldn’t really say I have a crystal ball.
Whether you are new to photography or have been in business for a while, you’ve likely heard of Adobe Lightroom. It’s one of the industry’s leading photo editing software for photographers and certainly a tool you want to add to your bag.
Photography has so many disciplines to master if you want to move freely between lighting styles, composition, story, genres... It feels almost endless. That’s why it’s often recommended to focus on one genre of photography so you can master all of the elements that are typical to that genre.
Retouching is an art just like painting or even sculpting. In all honesty, my retouching process has always been all over the place
Lightroom is a great tool in the arsenal of any photographer. If you're serious about photography, you likely already use Lightroom. In this post, I'll share with you some of my favorite tips that improve my workflow and help to create more compelling images.
When it’s time to upload your images to your client proofing gallery, you want the effort to be minimal. Just as you imported your raw images into Lightroom, you now have to export the edited JPGs to get them online for your customers.
One of the biggest complaints I hear from photographers is how Lightroom Classic is slow when they edit tons of images. While there are many reasons why this happens, there is certainly some responsibility on the user.
Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always been a nerd. I grew up in Laurel, Mississippi. My brother and I would always buy comics at this place called Dexter’s Card & Comics. This is what started my nerdy obsession with superheroes.
As the saying goes, “There are many ways to do something in Photoshop.” This is accurate for most things, except when it comes to turning a color image to black & white.