Our 20 Favorite Photoshop Plugins for Photographers

If you’re looking for maximum creative control over your photos including adding, removing or changing any part of the image, Photoshop is the industry standard for designers and photographers alike. Its built-in features can keep you busy and creative for the rest of your life, or at least till the next version is released… :) […]

10 Mistakes Beginners Make In Lightroom Are you making these common errors?

Lightroom is an incredibly fun and powerful photo editing program that can help you transform the look of your images! But with great power comes great responsibility, and it’s very (very) easy to start making mistakes in Lightroom when you don’t fully understand it. Those mistakes can actually make your photos look worse (UH OH) […]

Before / After: Black and White Portraits Lightroom Editing Tips

Creating great looking black and whites in Lightroom is a lot of fun. It’s a rewarding challenge finding the right balance of tones. Here are a couple portraits with black and white conversions and some notes about how I edited them. Read More

Getting The Shot – Monument Valley Tips on a Roadscape Composition

Monument Valley is an area located on the Arizona-Utah border. It has a road going through these incredible rock formations, and you can stop at the top of a hill and take this iconic photo. Read More

Staying on a Ranch

We’re currently staying on a horse ranch near Portland, nearly a month into our giant road trip. We didn’t know what to expect when we booked the place, but it’s absolutely incredible. The boys have really enjoyed exploring the place, and we’ve really enjoyed photographing them! Today I wanted to share a few of the shots […]

How to Tell When You’ve Done Too Much Editing Avoid these big editing mistakes with your photos!

Please note: This is too much editing. Oh do I have a love/hate relationship with editing. On the one hand, it can bring the best out of your images, and help you get that “WOW!” reaction. But on the other hand, do too much editing, and that reaction can quickly turn to “Um, gross”. Or […]

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