TIPS & TUTORIALS

23
Mar

New Bokeh eBook: 50% Discount until April 1st

Over the past few months I’ve been quite busy re-designing my eBook collection, and I’m thrilled to announce that the first of four eBooks is now available for download. Bokeh: Creating with Shallow Depths combines the content of my two previous eBooks dedicated to using shallow depths in the landscape, with some additional information...
09
Mar

Clover Wallpaper for St. Patrick's Day

  I hope everyone is looking forward to St. Patrick’s Day as much as I am. To celebrate, I decided to make a free clover wallpaper out of one of my most popular images: Clover. This photo placed first in the 2011 Nature’s Colors Contest and was published in Outdoor Photographer Magazine. I sized...
09
Dec

Exposure Blending eBook Update

A few weeks ago I posted two lengthy articles on how to create luminosity masks and use them to blend exposures,¬†and have now added that to my free Exposure Blending eBook. Also, from reader suggestions, I’ve written a few more pages on how to remove sensor bloom by clone-stamping, explaining this process in a...
26
Nov

Holiday Sale: 50% Off eBooks and Prints

To celebrate the holiday season this year, I’d like to offer a 50% discount on all eBooks and prints from now until New Year’s Day. To apply your discount, enter the code HOLIDAY during checkout when purchasing an eBook from my website or any print item from my SmugMug store. The 50% discount applies...
04
Nov

Finding Perspectives in the Landscape

The untamed beauty of the landscape and its unpredictability is what attracts me most to this field. The idea of photographing a moment in time that was not the result of orchestrated efforts, but rather the erratic temperament of nature, is a source of great inspiration for me. This lack of control means that...
18
Sep

Long Exposures and Bokeh

Long exposures have always fascinated me. It was the first style of photography that I was instantly drawn to, and showed me how versatile this craft can really be. When I started to apply bokeh more often to my work – not by choice really, more by accident – I wanted to see the...