“My wife keeps telling me (she shoots jpeg) that my final images are not ‘real’ because they were shot in RAW Mode" – What do you think?
In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the results of the May assignment were varied and creative! In this episode of Visual Wilderness, we talk about the RAW assignment.
When I speak publicly, I get a lot of questions about how much work I do in Photoshop, and how - exactly - I produce a finished image.
This is a composite shot I took several years ago in Death…
Some photos require just a moment or two in Photoshop, while others requires more time. On average, I spend between 5-15 minutes per photo.
Conveying mood in a photograph requires a little extra care in your processing technique. We use Photoshop Layers & Mask to accomplish this.