By using layering in Photoshop, you can spot color simple black and white photos to give your images a little more pop and contrast.
This week AWAI is hosting its travel writing workshop right here in my home town of Portland, Oregon. And since both writers and photographers are encouraged to explore their hometown as a first step into either field, I would like to challenge you to do the same for this month’s photo challenge theme — Home […]
An interview with professional pet photographer, Ren Netherland
Turns out, the most effective device for getting a dog to sit up when he’s laying down is actually a squeaky, fur-covered rat. Dogs respond best to sounds but a tail… a tail will get the dog to sit up because he/she thinks it’s actually an animal’s backside (and dogs always want to smell a […]
Backlighting can add drama, depth, and interest to your photos. But, as with most things, there are times when it makes sense and times when you should avoid it. It all depends on your image and what you’re trying to achieve with it. A couple weeks ago, I wrote an article titled: The Perfect Holiday […]