Over on the RAW Live Facebook Group and Google+ Community we run weekly photography challenges designed to inspire you to get out and create. This weeks challenge is “Food Photography”.
It’s important especially for those of us making a living from photography to shoot and challenge ourselves creatively so that we do not become stale with the repetitive work that makes up the bulk of most photographers income. True there are those that get to flex their creativity muscles and come up with some amazing [...]
Aaron Nace is the man behind Phlearn. He’s a bit of a Photoshop wizard and his blog Phlearn has over 450 free Photoshop video tutorials. Of course all of this can’t be free and he sells what is known as Phlearn Pro tutorials where he goes into more details and shows you an entire Photoshop [...]
PhotoBlogStop has released a new post explaining the different Photoshop Blending modes. I’m currently in the process of finalising a new “Photoshop” centric workshop so when I came across this I thought I would share it with the wider community.
I actually sat down to write a post on this for all of you who are getting into off camera flash. I started to do a search to see how other people tackled the subject and then came across this video by Mark Wallace for Adorama TV.
In the photography industry it’s very easy to get yourself caught up in how successful everyone is and forget how much work it took for them to get there. With the internet we are constantly aware of what our peers are up to, the contracts they are getting, the amount of weddings they are shooting [...]
I’ve just released a brand new full day workshop that I’ve developed with Seng from Venture Photography Workshops. We wanted to make something different to the usual lightroom workshops that were available.