GoPro focuses in on 360º video and away from from being solely a hardware manufacturer plus a first look at Nikon's KeyMission 360º camera. Plus scientists discover a way to store 10 Terabytes of data in a smear of DNA.
Photography has gone through so many changes in its relatively short history and each of those changes seems to bring with it fear, uncertainty and doubt. This has happened with the introduction of color to a previously B&W world of photography, it happened when the SLR was introduced, once again when digital started to become a viable option, and lately it seems we are going through the same pains with Mirrorless.
One of the prominent features of the Alpha Mirrorless systems is how customizable they are, and how many different options are available. However the sheer number of settings and options can be daunting.
Spencer Lum from Ground-Glass.com joins us on this episode to talk about momentum selling and how wedding photographers can improve their sales process to attract and convert more prospects into paying clients.
In this episode of TheFIX, host Seán Duggan shows some of the basic ways you can apply dodging and burning adjustments (lightening and darkening) in Photoshop. Working with three images and using different methods that include blending modes, adjustment layers and layer masks, Seán shows some of the essential ways you can create basic tonal modifications in Photoshop. With adjustment layers and layer masks, these dodging and burning methods can be used for more than just lightening and darkening. You can adapt the basic technique to many types of tonal and color adjustments that you need to apply to a specific area of the photograph.
In this episode of TheFIX, host Seán Duggan focuses on the power of Lightroom local adjustments (a.k.a. "dodging & burning") such as the Gradual Filter, the Radial Filter, and the Adjustment Brush, showing the processing for a single image from straight out of the camera to a version benefiting from multiple local adjustments.