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New video up on my YouTube channel from Grand Staircase Escalante (such a cool name, isn't it?) in Utah. This raw stretch of BLM land begins around the small town of Escalante in
Photo AI ($199) from Topaz Labs is a new photo enhancement application that bundles together functionality from three pre-existing Topaz desktop apps (Denoise AI, Sharpen AI, and Gigapixel AI), plus a few new
New photo processing and enhancement utility that uses machine learning to denoise, sharpen, and upscale images
I've received a number of emails and comments about Capture One, for a couple of years ago I was an enthusiastic "switcher" from Adobe Lightroom Classic after years of editing raw images using
I was in Utah a few weeks ago, photographing various landscapes around Capitol Reef National Park, Kodachrome State Park, Grand Staircase Escalante, Factory Butte, and others, when I decided to take a chance
Finding landscape images off-the-beaten path in southern Utah
Recently while shooting in Utah, I was thinking about the philosophical side of landscape photography. The influence it has had on my day-to-day life, and the many lessons it imparts if listened to.
Landscape photography isn't simply beautiful images of the natural world, but a teacher that can change how you approach life.
Thoughts about new features and functionality that may (or may not) be coming to Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic and Camera Raw
Adobe has released their October 2022 updates for Adobe Lightroom, Lightroom Classic, Camera RAW and Photoshop. The update includes the usual round of camera profile updates, usability tweaks and performance improvements, but the
New line of daylight balanced, COB LED lights and modifiers that effectively emulate the look and feel of sunlight
In case you haven't already heard, YouTube will soon be adding a couple of big new features: @handles and paid courses. Handles (which are now slowly rolling out, I already got mine: @dominey)
In the world of cinematography there's a common lighting technique known as motivated lighting. It's a method where artificial lights augment, accentuate, or emulate the appearance of natural light. Here's an example borrowed
It's been a busy week, for I'm producing a number of reviews and tutorials before two upcoming trips — one with my family, the other in Utah for another round of landscape photography from