Tag: photography

The Smarter Image Column at PopPhoto

My first Smarter Image column is up at the new, relaunched Popular Photography, covering computational photography and how it's significantly changing photography.

Speaking at CreativePro Week 2022 in Washington, DC

I'm thrilled to be a speaker at the CreativePro Week 2022 Conference in May, 2022

Getting Started with Lightroom in CreativePro Magazine

My article on getting started with Lightroom is the cover story for the new issue of CreativePro Magazine!

Photocombobulate Episode 7: The iPhone 13 Pro

We took the iPhone 13 Pro on an epic Sierra Nevada photo adventure! It could be the best camera you own.

The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar AI (and Thoughts on Luminar Neo)

The print copies of my new book The Photographer's Guide to Luminar AI are arriving! ... Just in time for the pre-announcement of Luminar Neo.

It’s Time to Photocombobulate!

My new podcast Photocombobulate is now live, unraveling so many of the confusing aspects of photography with my good friend and fellow photographer Mason Marsh.

Editing RAW and ProRAW Photos Using RAW Power 3

RAW Power 3 is a great app for Mac, iPhone, and iPad that brings raw editing controls not found elsewhere.

Fixing Challenging Shots in Luminar 4 Webinar

Can you save a photo that seems beyond saving? In my latest webinar for Rocky Nook, I grabbed a handful of difficult shots and showed how editing them in Luminar 4 can bring out tones and details you may not have realized were there.

PhotoActive Podcast: Bryan William Jones on How We See

One of the great joys of co-hosting the PhotoActive Podcast is getting to talk to smart, interesting people related to photography. In the latest episode, we chat with retinal neuroscientist and photographer Bryan William Jones about how we see the world, and how that translates to what our cameras see. I was surprised to learn ...

PhotoActive Podcast: Jordan Drake on Shooting Video

The PhotoActive podcast that I co-host is all about photography, but nearly all of our cameras now have the ability to record video. Shooting video with your DSLR or mirrorless camera is different from the camcorders of old, so even though there’s a lot of overlap between stills and video, the latter can be daunting. ...