A Guest Blog For Jakob de Boer . . .

July 9, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine Jakob de Boer has been a customer, advocate and friend for several years. When he built his new website he asked me to contribute a guest blog entry, and so… guess what I decided to talk about? Library organization! Here’s the link. Jakob is a fantastic photographer, and so I […]

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Iceland Workshop Coming To A Close . . .

June 9, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine Back in Reykjavic finally, after a fantastic opportunity to travel, shoot and teach with Wild Photography Holidays. On this trip we photographed and hiked glacier lagoons and beaches along the southeast shores of Iceland. You can see a small selection of my photos from this trip here.

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We’re Off To Iceland! Please Read If You’re Purchasing Videos . . .

May 30, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine We’re heading to Iceland this afternoon, for what promises to be another great workshop with Wild Photography Holidays! If you’re thinking of purchasing online videos while I’m gone (until the 10th of June or so…), please remember to read the instructions, and be sure to look for the “Return to […]

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A New Article For Digital Photo Pro Magazine . . .

April 17, 2014

Photographs and Graphics © George A. Jardine Just published in the May / June issue of Digital Photo Pro Magazine, a new article on what makes up a raw file, and how you can use it to your advantage. To read the new article at digitalphotopro.com, click here. To see all my free videos and […]

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Getting Smartmontools Up And Running On Mavericks . . .

April 17, 2014

When I teach workshops or consult with a photographer, the question invariably comes up: “What hard drive should I buy?” I always get stuck on this one because even if you know a lot about an individual’s workflow and storage needs, there are no simple answers. In the long run I will probably use this […]

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Vincent Laforet Brings His Directing Motion Workshop To 32 Cities . . .

April 12, 2014

If you’re a working photographer you already know how important video skills have become for the digital generation. And if you’re a working photographer not yet familiar with Vincent’s work, it’s time to catch up. Late last year I attended the Monte Zucker produced Art of Visual Story Telling Tour with Alex Buono, and it […]

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HDR . . . Or Composite?

March 21, 2014

This spring I’m teaching a freshman-level Digital Capture Processing class at my old alma mater, and this week’s assignment was to create an HDR image. Of course one of the assignment requirements is that the dynamic range of the scene you’re photographing must exceed that of your camera’s sensor. As the students tried various things, […]

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Our Location Workflow & Catalog Management DVD’s Have Been Updated For Lightroom 5 . . .

March 18, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine We’ve updated our Location Workflow & Catalog Management DVD’s to include the Library 5 Update video #2. This update video covers the new Smart Previews workflow, bringing the entire series up-to-date with Lightroom 5, and adding yet one more way to take your master catalog on location. And best of […]

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Another New Article For Digital Photo Pro Magazine . . .

February 20, 2014

GPS: 45°26’16″ N 12°20’8″ E Photograph © George A. Jardine Just published in the March/April issue of Digital Photo Pro Magazine, a new article on Smart Objects, working with Adobe Camera Raw and more. To read the new article at digitalphotopro.com, click here. To see all my free videos and magazine articles, click here.

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Two New Lightroom Workshops Coming Up For The Lone Tree Photography Club …

January 31, 2014

Photographs © George A. Jardine In February and March we’re going to do something a little bit different for the Lone Tree Photography Club and the Front Range Photo Meetup Group. I’ll be doing two Lightroom workshops — Library and Develop — but this time I’m going to shake it up by making these two […]

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