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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Adobe Camera Raw 8 Video Workshop DVD’s Are Now Available!

January 20, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine My all-new video series for Adobe Camera Raw 8 is now available on DVD from Amazon. 25 video tutorials on the Camera Raw plug-in, for artists, designers and photographers… anyone who wishes to master Camera Raw workflow and image processing techniques. This video series covers every control from top to […]

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Safari Compatibility Settings For Our Flash DVD Video Player …

January 17, 2014

Photograph © George A. Jardine If you’re a Mac user and you have purchased any of our Lightroom 5 DVD’s from Amazon, here’s a tip for you. Our current crop of LR5 DVD’s were mastered and produced before Apple updated Mountain Lion to 10.8.5, and the videos played fine in Safari from the DVD’s at […]

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Paris for New Years …

December 31, 2013

GPS: 48°51’25″ N 2°17’48″ E Photographs © George A. Jardine Very lucky to be in Paris for New Years this year. Mostly rain, but a few nice moments, and countless memorable meals. Now…. the immediate project at hand is to find a vantage point for the light show tonight. Reports are all the usual places […]

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All-New Adobe Camera Raw 8 Video Workshop Now Available …

December 18, 2013

Photograph © George A. Jardine My all-new video series for Adobe Camera Raw 8 is now available. 25 video tutorials on the Camera Raw plug-in, for artists, designers and photographers… anyone who wishes to master Camera Raw workflow and image processing techniques. This video series covers every control from top to bottom, including details on […]

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A New Article For Digital Photo Pro Magazine …

December 16, 2013

GPS: +13° 45′ 8.05″, +100° 29′ 22.10″ Photograph © George A. Jardine Just published in the January Digital Photo Pro Magazine, a new article on Lightroom and Camera Raw Defaults. When I started digging into how Lightroom defaults work for my videos I found a pretty powerful mechanism, that has been neglected with an almost […]

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Before and After …

December 15, 2013

Photographs © George A. Jardine Folks have been building a pretty massive apartment complex across the street from me here in Denver over the last year. This is a shot I got in early morning sunlight a few weeks ago. About midnight last night, someone was running through the halls of my complex shouting “FIRE!” […]

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