Month: August 2019

August 30, 2019 / / Blog

We love working with creatives – one day after a fashion shoot in Leeds we discussed what we could do for our next project. I wanted to do it over in Liverpool for a change and to help Denise with travel, and it grew from there into a wedding. So the team on the day were:- Me – photographer, lighting, gofer and taxi driver Andy – Groom and gofer Andi – Vicar, lighting and gofer Denise – bride and gofer Rick – film maker and yes gofer! (gofer – someone…

August 30, 2019 / / Blog

HDR used to be painful in LIGHTROOM If you’d shot 300 shots of a house, you’d need to merge them down to 100 photos – that’d have you anchored to the computer manually selecting and merging photos for AGES. In fact, if I’d done more than 10 shots, I’d use something like PHOTOMATIX to blend instead, it was just too ineffieient in Lightoom to do when time is money. My Wish Came TRUE! This has all changed with the latest release of CC- something they just snook in without any…

August 12, 2019 / / Blog

1 Shot from 2 parts This is one of the many beautiful waterfalls in Iceland – not often seen as it’s on a 4×4 route and well-hidden. It’s called Fagrifoss – they’re all fosses! In this tutorial I show you how I took the shot with the 24mm TSe lens, taking 2 photos ready to blend This is the top half This is the bottom half These are the 2 merged and edited In the video I show the following:- How to use Panoramic merge and its options Dehaze Clarity…