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.
You can streamline your post processing workflow using color labels to mark your progress. Here’s a quick post to show how it works.
Note: This is a repeat of a previous post. Why? Because I’m on a sub-tropical island and may not have the time to make any posts. With any luck, I’ll bring back some stories and pictures for the future. Have you ever been plodding along in Photoshop, only to find yourself waiting for it to […]
I’ve noticed that some photographer – like me – name their images, while others don’t. I suppose it’s just another form of creativity. In some cases, it may not make sense to name photos. If you’re shooting an event and you have to turn in a collection of images, you may be required to follow […]
I posted this shot yesterday of Spaceship Earth taken during the World Wide Photo Walk at EPCOT. Someone who saw it on my Flickr page commented that it looked too shiny to be the real Spaceship Earth. Well, it’s the real thing, but it doesn’t look that shiny when you walk up to it. Neither […]