I’ve been a dyed-in-the-wool Photoshop user for years now and have never seriously considered any alternative workflow except Lightroom. I’ve tried Lightroom a number of times over the years but have always found it lacking (for my purposes). But now a new (to me) app, DxO Photolab 2 has me reconsidering my loyalty to Adobe Bridge & Camera Raw. Because …
I was editing two-camera footage of a two-hour play and the work was grinding slowly forward. The problem was not the editing itself but the wait for Premiere Pro to update the view as I scrubbed back and forth in the timeline. I had already abandoned any idea of just playing the footage and marking specific points to cut. That …
Building a photo portfolio website is easy with Koken.
Let me start by saying there’s no way to really protect your photos online. If you post them to a website where they can be viewed then a knowledgeable person can download them. Period. Having said that, there are some things you can do to provide a measure of protection and I’ll discuss those here.
The Justified Image Grid WordPress gallery rescued my site from performance problems caused by the NextGEN gallery.
Last summer I bought a Sony VAIO laptop which had several serious defects. I’ve since had the unit replaced; here’s the latest.
Laguna Niguel has some lovely homes and when Christmas comes some homeowners go all out in creating beautiful light displays. Last night I went out and captured a few of my favorites.
The Annenberg Space for Photography hosts outstanding, free exhibits. And there’s some interesting subject matter nearby.
Previsualizing a photo is great but sometimes you have to go in the diametrically opposite direction in order to grow as a photographer.
Earlier this year I relaunched this blog with a new responsive theme and I was looking for a modern Wordpress gallery. I chose the Isotope Gallery.