Category Archive: Everyday HDR In Use

Jul 22 2014

The Color Theory of Topaz Labs

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Color Theory and Topaz Plugins Have you ever used Color Theory when making your edits? How about the Color Wheel? Really, do not be shocked if you have not used either, heard of either, or know how to implement them in your photographic workflow.  It is not something we, as photographers, spend much time on.  We …

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Jul 18 2014

Topaz ReMask 4 Tutorial

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Topaz ReMask 4 Topaz ReMask is back and better than ever before! It now has a refined look and is, get this, even easier to use!  Masking can be pretty tricky in Photoshop. I have beaten myself up many times with the refine edge tool. ReMask comes in and makes masking so simple. Get this, …

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Jul 15 2014

4 Things My 3 Year Old has Taught Me About Photography

4 Things My 3 Year Old has Taught Me About Photography You read that title correctly.  My son, Michael, is 3 and he has taught me so much about Photography.  It started back in November of 2013, we took a trip to St. Louis.  We were about to go into the botanical gardens and Michael, …

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Jul 11 2014

The Color Zone System | The Top 5 Questions Asked

The CZS and the Top 5 Questions Yesterday I asked the readers of EverydayHDR via email what their questions were about the Color Zone System.  I received a lot of great questions and, yes, I responded to everyone of them!  I really do enjoy the interaction with Photographers all over the world.  Here were the …

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Jul 01 2014

The Color Zone System


The Color Zone System I have been working like crazy these last couple months to put together the next Zone System Training Package. I first discovered the possibility of editing color similar to tone in the Digital Zone System.  The results are spectacular!  There will be more to come in the next week! I will …

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Jun 27 2014

HDR Insider Monthly Project Winner | June 2014

This Month the members of HDR Insider were asked to process a series of brackets for the image below and make the best possible greyscale image they could.  There were over 30 entries, it was very difficult to judge, but these were the 3 that stood out among the crowd. This was a difficult Project to …

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