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Lightroom 2.0!

Regular LR 1.3 LR 2.0 with selective area editing to make the sky darker and more saturated. Very cool. Lightroom 2.0 is out in Beta. Download it!

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Make Mine Extra Crispy!

Laurence Kim is a spectacular wedding photographer in Seattle. His images almost always feature perfect sharpness and it is a bit of a trademark of his. When I saw on his blog that he was giving away his secrets, I

Posted in Lightroom, photo techniques, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques

Grand Prize Winner – Amanda Pryde!

Amanda Pryde has won the amazing RedCart system! It is a beautiful, flash-based cart system created by wedding photographer Tommy Tompkins. My first image (AP–1.jpg) is a bridal portrait taken on the Blue Ridge Parkway right outside of Asheville, NC

Posted in photo contest, photo techniques, photography contest, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques, wedding photography

The final “Cool Photo” Entry!

This image comes from Aleks at Polka Photos in Los Angeles. I didn’t have a lot of time to capture this image.  I saw the bride coming into the limo and started shooting.  The ISO was set to 160 since

Posted in photo contest, photo techniques, photography, photography contest, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques, wedding photography

Another “Cool Photo” Entry!

This image comes from Eric Laurits. the ceremony had just finished and we were in a trolley [it’s Maine, what can i say!] heading to the reception site. As we were putting along the trolley began to sputter and slowly

Posted in photo contest, photo techniques, photography contest, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques, wedding photography

A couple more for the “Cool Photo” Contest

These images come from Ellen McRayney from Atlanta. This image was taken at the end of a reception, right before the bride and groom made their exit. It was an afternoon wedding/reception, so there was plenty of light coming in

Posted in photo contest, photo techniques, photography, photography - exposure, photography contest, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques, wedding photography

Another “Cool Photo” Entry!

This entry comes from Maurice Photo in Seattle. The bride was standing on a concrete platform that raised her up a little bit. I crouched down to get the low perspective. The hardest part was bouncing light back on her

Posted in Adobe Bridge, photo contest, photo techniques, photography, photography contest, Photoshop, Photoshop techniques, wedding photography
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