This video is part of a new series that I’ll be putting together. I’ll be showing you lots of quick tips that you might not have known that Skylum Luminar can do.
To start things off this is all about their libraries and albums. People may think that this is a feature only found in Lightroom but it is also part of Luminar. A place where you can organise all of your photos. Read More
With the dark days, it's easy to lack inspiration. Here are some ideas to keep you occupied in the Winter months. Read More
Eyes are very often the most striking feature in any portrait and are practically mesmerising in some of them. If you’ve ever wondered what a portrait would look like if the eyes were just a slightly different shade or even a radically different colour – why not change it? Read More
The ability to use filters is a real skill and not something that you can pick up quickly…but using them especially a 10 stop filter can massively change your photography and open up a whole new World of creative. Read More
Being a snap happy individual, there’s no doubt that you have your trusty DSLR on your back wherever you go. You might even pack a spare lens or two, some filters, your tripod and a backup battery in your Lowepro backpack. Any opportunity that arises for a great shot or two and you're there. Whether street photography, landscape shots or portraiture is your thing, you can always try your hand at something new. Read More
This is a very quick tip which can easily transform your photo from meh to awesome. This tutorial uses the Radial Blur filter which is a really underused tool.
Here is the photo I started with. Read More
The A7iii is the latest full-frame mirrorless camera from Sony and it's their 'entry-level' one. It's a 24.2mp all singing all dancing, 690+ focus points, touch-screen, 4K recording camera.
Priced at £2,000 for a professional camera it's not too expensive, don't get me wrong it's expensive but not compared to D4 iv or D850. Read More
Lewis from Adventure Brown, sent me a photo to edit which was taken at Cauldron Falls in Glencoe Scotland.
The photo was taken using a Sony A6000 and as you can see it was a longer exposure of 3.2seconds and it looks like a wonderful location for photography. Read More
It's really no secret that I love taking moon photos, with this in mind I thought I'd write a little post about Taking Photos of the Moon and the settings I use and the results I get from my little camera. I'd like to point out that I am no expert, I'm not the greatest photographer but I seem to get pretty good results from my simple point and shoot camera. If you look at my Instagram profile you'll see that every week or so I will be standing outside taking a photo of the moon. Read More
Welcome to Episode #14 of the Macphun Luminar February Editing Series.
This is the final edit of this series and I want to thank everyone who sent in a photo to edit and anyone who has enjoyed this series.
This photo was sent to me by Kerri-Ann who blogs at Life as Our Little Family.
To download the original file from this video please click here. Read More