Learn about neutral density (ND), graduated nuetral density (GND), circular polarizing (CPL), and ultra-violet (UV)filters for camera lenses. We explain what they are, when to use them, and recommend a best value brand for all types of photographers.
The best budget Mac for photo editing is the 2019 Mac Mini for about $900 and the best budget PC is the Dell Inspiron 3670 for about $650. Add the ViewSonic VA2719-2K-SMHD 27 Inch display for about $220 and a 4TB hard drive for another $100.
Learn why photographers new to composite photography should use a white background instead of green.
For most photographers 16GB of memory will allow Lightroom Classic CC to run really well, though photographers doing a lot of work using both Lightroom and Photoshop at the same time you will benefit from having 32GB of memory.
Jeff and Aaron Nace provide 7 steps photographers can use to take the intimidation out of Photoshop so that it can become the tool they need to achieve their creative vision.
The aperture changes as you zoom your lens because the lens does not physically support the widest (smallest number) aperture at all focal lengths of the lens. This is most often something photographers see in very inexpensive lenses.
If your saved edits in Photoshop don’t seem to be showing in Lightroom, check these 5 things: Sort order (Library Module) Stack with original preference Smart collection, collection, Library Filter Don’t use “Save As”/Export in Photoshop Weird case sensitive folder (rare)
Welcome to the Photographer’s iMac 2019 Buying Guide! So glad you stopped by. In this post I am going to go through every decision you have to make on Apple’s website when buying a 2019 iMac (not the iMac Pro) for the purpose of doing photo editing. Check out the updated version of this article, Photographer’s 2020 iMac Buying Guide …
Jeff talks with the Lightroom Queen, Victoria Bampton, about the new Texture slider Adobe added to Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw in May 2019. They talk about how it works and when to use it to adjust your photos.
Jeff talks with world renowned macro photography Don Komarechka about how to get started with macro photography.