Post-Processing

Video Quickie: Processing Photograph from Angkor Wat

A quick tutorial showing how I typically process a photograph. In this case a photograph I took while at Angkor Wat Archaeological Park in Siem Reap.  The photograph was taken at the Bayon in Angkor Thom.  One of my favorite photographs from that location is the smiling face of Javayaman VII who had the Bayon built in the 12th century as seen …

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Video Quickie: How to Create Develop Presets in Adobe Lightroom

Here is a quick 10-minute video I did to show you how to create develop presets.  Develop Presets are helpful when you are importing images into Adobe Lightroom and you want to apply basic develop settings.   I use the develop preset so that the images will apply lens profiles, remove chromatic aberrations, apply some sharpening and some noise reduction …

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Video Quickies: Dodging and Burning

I created this quick video to walk you through dodging and burning in Adobe Photoshop. I know what you are thinking! Yet another how-to video! Well . . . yes! And here is my rationale. I find that I like certain photographers, and others not so much.  I try to learn from those whose style is similar to my own. …

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Video Quickie: Post-Processing Workflow

Post-processing can be very difficult for many photographers. ┬áPartly a question to time (which most of us don’t have a lot of these days!) and partly a question of skill (we are always learning and improving our skills, or feels like I am anyways!). This video quickie is designed to show you my post-processing workflow. ┬áThis workflow is just the …

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