Tag Archive: EverydayHDR

Nov 01 2013

EverydayHDR Insider

I am very excited to announce the launch of my newest endeavor for EverydayHDR, HDR Insider!  This is your online resource for even more awesome HDR content.  I will not be holding back anything on this site.  Here is a brief explanation of what you will receive when you become an HDR Insider! Photoshop Actions …

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Oct 31 2013

HDR Concert #15 is Live!

Happy Halloween! HDR Concert #15 is up and running on the Concert page!   This will be the last Concert hosted on EverydayHDR.  But don’t fret!  I have another venue for something similar and I will be announcing it very soon!

Sep 27 2013

Conquer The Composition

I just finished recording a snippet of the training I am putting together for the Beginning Photography Course for LearnPhotoNow.  It occurred to me that I have never done anything quite like this for EverydayHDR, but I probably should have!  This tutorial is all about Conquering Photographic Composition and just how important composition is to …

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Sep 13 2013

The Face of Photo Training is Changing… Are You Ready?

If you are a frequent visitor of EverydayHDR or are on my mailing list, you have heard me talk about an up and coming endeavor that I have been working on.  Up until today I have not been at liberty to discuss it.  I am excited to announce the latest and greatest Photo Training events …

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Sep 06 2013

EverydayHDR’s 3rd Birthday!

Today we celebrate EverydayHDR’s third birthday!  I cannot believe how fast time has flown by.  Much has happened since the 6th of September 2010.  I have grown as a photographer, author, and most importantly, family man!  Here is a brief rundown of just what has happened since the start of EverydayHDR: My amazing son, Michael …

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May 31 2013

How To Watermark Your Photos

To Watermark or not to Watermark, that is the question? I do not place watermarks on my landscape and gallery images here on EverydayHDR.  I am not worried about my internet sized pictures getting stolen.  If a perpetrator were to steal a 100 kilobyte image from me they would not be able to get a …

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