Posted by Andrew S Gibson on February 11th 2013
Archive for the 'Craft & Vision' category
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on January 15th 2013
Corwin, the author of the latest Craft & Vision ebook, will be familiar to some of you as David duChemin’s manager. If you earn a living, or part-time income, as a photographer, or have any desire to do so, then Corwin’s books are essential reading.
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on December 19th 2012
Travel makes photography easy. Or so it seems – I know when I’m in a new place just about everything seems exciting and photogenic. But just because something is new to me doesn’t mean that any photos I took of it are automatically good. It’s still important to apply the basic building blocks of good photography: light, composition and an interesting subject.
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on November 21st 2012
Those of you familiar with Craft & Vision will know Piet Van den Eynde – he’s already written two ebooks about Lightroom. What you may not know is that he’s also written a print book about Lightroom 4 in Dutch called Lightroom 4 Ontmaskerd. And now it’s coming to Craft & Vision, in English, as the first in what may turn out to be a series of Big Books.
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on November 14th 2012
In essence, photography is simple. Any photo is built on four settings: focal length, aperture, shutter speed and ISO. These four factors, as well as the lighting and composition, determine the ‘look’ of the photo.
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on November 01st 2012
Two magazine related announcements to kick off the month:
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on October 30th 2012
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on October 23rd 2012
One of the questions that Digital Photo Professional (DPP) users may have is what are the benefits of moving to a more advanced Raw processor like Adobe Lightroom 4?
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on October 20th 2012
I’ve been using Lightroom for over two years now and I love it. It’s the best software for processing Raw files that I’ve used. However, there are certain processes that I still find easier to carry out in Photoshop. But that’s about to change.
Posted by Andrew S Gibson on September 26th 2012
I like taking photos outside in natural light. While I greatly admire the skills of photographers that use portable flash, I tend to stay away from it when I can. I prefer the look of natural light – flash looks a little too clean and artificial.