Category: Post Processing

Wedding

Post Wedding Blues!

Most clients will think you are trying to squeeze extra money from them as soon as you mention printing services, in truth you're a photographer and just want your work to be shown to the world! This article will help...

/ April 14, 2017
Frost

Capture the Frost in Foggy Weather

Doing landscape photography is often about catching the right moment. The best pictures are often pure luck. The right time, right place and the right light are as important as being well equipped. Most people doing landscape photography use ultra-wide-angle...

/ March 3, 2017

How Kyotographer Looks at Street Photography

Many aspects of street photography can greatly benefit from a sound knowledge of photography fundamentals. Most importantly: understanding light as captured by the camera; good composition; an element of interest. It is also how I chose to structure this article....

/ December 12, 2016

5 Tips for Shooting Festivals

So you´ve got your first Press Pass to a music festival. Now what? Festival photography is a whole different beast, especially if you're used to studio work or other types of photography where you have more control over lighting and...

/ November 10, 2016

Throw Your Geisha out in the Cold for Realistic Composite Fine Art

When you are done reading this article you should be inspired to give this composite technique a try. This is designed for Intermediate to advanced photoshoppers, but you can give it a try even if you're a beginner. I will...

/ September 29, 2016

How to Shoot and Process Cityscape Photography with Challenging Lighting

When we talk about cityscape photography, what we always try to achieve is an image on lit city with nice sky in the background, but, most of the time when we look at the back screen of the camera it...

/ August 9, 2016

The Wedding Photographer’s Cheat Sheet

I'm often asked, "Hey, I'm going to shoot a wedding for the first time. What do I need to know?" Well, a lot. These are the top five concepts to be familiar with before you shoot a wedding. From the...

/ July 1, 2016
Rustam Azmi

Few Tips on Shooting and Processing Cityscape Images

HIPA (Hamdan International Photography Award) 2014 finalist Rustam Azmi, and award 2015 silver award winner for Cityscape category will share with us some tips about how to compose and post-process cityscape images. Here are his tricks: The Location If you’re...

/ February 23, 2016

Create an Alice in Wonderland Inspired Red Queen Portrait

Photographer Alina Sliwinska is a big fan of Tim Burton’s creations. Her project, “Remains of the Day” was inspired by the film. “I wanted to create something inspired by his creativeness. “Remains of the Day” is inspired by Alice in...

/ January 6, 2016

How to Dehaze Without Lightroom CC 2015

Lightroom CC 2015 introduced the long-awaited Dehaze adjustment and it works wonderfully - most of the time. It can give mixed results and create areas with differences in vibrance and contrast. Read this Lightroom tutorial to find out how to...

/ June 17, 2015