Tag Archive: HDR

Jun 16 2014

Zone and Insider Giveaway!

Last week I launched my eBooks on Amazon for free.  All 3 for free for 3 days.  The results of the launch were incredible! 14,070 copies were downloaded.  I am ecstatic to see that many people will be reading what I have to say about Photography and HDR. With such success of the free eBooks I …

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Apr 29 2014

Topaz Labs Webinar Today!

I recently conducted a Webinar with Topaz Labs about forming your Workflow Formula.  A workflow is a very difficult thing to cookie cut for every image, because every image is different. From beginning to end, my workflow for HDR is much different than my workflow for a portrait.  However, there are some things that remain …

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Apr 18 2014

HDR Insider an In-Depth Look

HDR Insider has been up and running now for a little over 6 Months.  There is a ton of content up now, at least a 12 hours worth!  If you are one of those who is teetering on the edge of whether or not you should join, you may want to check out this video. In this …

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Mar 28 2014

Zone System Editing and Topaz Plug-Ins

For The Tutorial

I have been using the Zone System to edit my photographs for months now and I frequently get asked questions about how well it works with regular photos rather than HDR images, how seamlessly it ties into your current workflow and how well it works with Topaz Plugins. So this tutorial focuses on using the …

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Feb 26 2014

February 2014 HDR INSIDER Project Winner!

The winner of this month’s project and the Black, White and Beyond:The Digital Zone System training package is is ZIONSTRUMPETER1!  This version is great as it almost exactly resembles the scene that I photographed.  Although the scene was a bit more purple than this depiction, I appreciate the artistic expression to go with blue.  The cloud detail …

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Dec 13 2013

Masks and Clipping Masks

After yesterday’s Webinar with Topaz Labs, I realized I may have breezed through some rather important elements of Photoshop that I did not have enough time to elaborate on.  The two main things I glanced by were Masks and Clipping Masks.  During a webinar I don’t have a whole lot of time to take a …

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