Another part of the Aurora HDR 2019 series, this time I edit a jpeg photo from a Google Pixel 2. I hope this shows that you don’t need to just use this software for RAW bracketed files.
This was the photo that I started with, unedited and straight out of the phone. Read More
Ooo I've been waiting for this moment, this is the brand new Aurora HDR 2019. Let me make this clear, Aurora HDR is by far the best piece of software for creating HDR photos. If you want to take HDR photos you can read my full HDR Tutorial here. 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
I wanted to show you a quick way you can find new presets and install them with a click of a button.
This photo was supplied by John from DadBlogUK, and you can see how I used a layer to enhance the tree.
You can download the original file and edit yourself if you wish. Read More
The all-new Skylum Luminar 2018, this year is faster, better and coming in 2018 file management.
This for me is almost the complete package and I think with the updates coming it really will be. I've created a short video to show you a few of the features that I think you will love. Read More
A complete HDR photography solution developed by Macphun and Trey Ratcliff.
For the FIRST time EVER it is also available on Windows...this is awesome news.
The user interface of Aurora HDR has been completely re-designed from scratch. Flatter, modern and ultra-responsive, every tool is exactly where you expect it. Read More
I often get sent new bits of software and most I just dismiss. I'm happy using Lightroom, Aurora and Luminar and between them, they do exactly what I want.
The other day I was asked if I wanted to try a new piece of software that uses AI to edit the photo so that you don't have to do anything. The exposure, colours, etc are all sorted for you. You load a photo and the software does everything for you.
This is called PhotoLemur and I think you'll like it. Read More
The beauty of photography is that everyone has their own tastes, what I like might be different to what other people like.
In this video, I wanted to show you how quick and easy Luminar is to use. If you wanted you could simply select a preset and that's it finished. I personally like to start with a preset and then tweak it to my style. Read More