It raised the ethical question of when a photographer should intervene
Gorgeous photos of Lake Eibsee.
Use white, not gold reflectors AND keep the key light reflector ABOVE the subject to put eye catchlights above pupil and shadow of nose, etc. down. We evolved to see things with light source above, Don't Change that. Light from below looks goulish, except when the reflector used as fill light for shadows.
Open and edit PSD, XCF, Sketch (Photoshop, Gimp and Sketch) or any other image files. Inspect PSD and Sketch files. Convert Sketch to PSD. Apply photo effects and filters. A perfect alternative to Photoshop or Gimp.
Given time and devotion, stock photography can be financially rewarding. However, like many other elements of photography, it is laden with terms and acronyms that might seem quite alien to the newcomer. A quick look at the submission requirements of any stock photography site will soon reveal a veritable jungle of definitions and terminology. So how do you know your RMs from your RFs? Have you filled out an MR or PR? How are your tags, if that’s not too personal a question? Today we are going to teach you to think like a stock photography editor with some terms
As John Ruskin put it, “life without industry is guilt, and industry without art is brutality.”
Yeah, it provides awesome results.
"In this video, I compare the dynamic range of film to digital. I shoot 10 stops overexposed and 10 stops underexposed to see how far away from proper exposur..."
Use lens caps. Keep rear element down. Clean camera bag. Air--a blower, not compressed air, blow to clean blower first, store in bag, brush. lens pens, static brush, don't touch brush. Microfiber cloths? No. No eyeglass wipes, Kimtech kimwipes YES. with lens cleaning spray, spray on wipe, not camera, circular motion, then blow w/ rocket blower. hoodman lens cleanse.
Galen Rowell's son. Nice to see he takes after his late father, Galen.