Get Started Developing Your Photography Style Welcome to episode 22 of The Photo Flunky Show. On this episode, we talk about the journey some photographers take to develop their own style, whether they do it consciously or it just seems to happen without any planning. Your photography style is more important than any gear or […]
Digital Scrapbooking For Yourself Or The People You Love Welcome to episode 21 of The Photo Flunky Show. On this episode, we explore Lee’s love of scrapbooking and how you can get started with your own creations. Use them for photo books, gift cards and more. We’ll share some resources to help you get some […]
Want to Know How to Travel With Your Photography Gear? Welcome to episode 20 of The Photo Flunky Show. This week’s show discusses some tips and precautions you can take with you travel with your photography gear. Lee and I both have experience with local and international travel with our cameras. Episode 20 covers some […]
Everyone wants to make their photos pop. You can find a ton of tutorials showing how to manipulate sliders in Lightroom or use plugins, but there is a simple tool that I don’t see mentioned very often. If you want to know how to improve color in Lightroom, you need to start with with your […]
Five Tips for Beginning Photographers Welcome to episode 19. This week’s show takes five topics from Monday’s blog post about 101 Simple Photography Secrets for Emerging Photographers. When you start photography, you spend a lot of time learning the technical skills. Most educators teach you technical skills. After a while, you find some soft skills that […]
Photography secrets. It’s as if there was some kind of secret cult of photographers who only share secrets after you’ve obtained the next level of mastery. I made a list of 101 simple photography secrets that I wish I knew when I first started. I hope it saves you some time or gets you thinking […]
Finding Photography Information Online and Offline Being a photographer means you always need to know something else. In this episode of The Photo Flunky Show, we’ll share some of our favorite ways to find out more information about photography. We’ll discuss options for education, tips, gear advice, reviews and more. You can find people in […]
I use the Nik Collection almost by default when processing photos. At least, I use part of it. Over and over, I use the same filters. It turns out that some of the filters in the Nik Collection that I’ve ignored are just as useful, if you have the right image.