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Subjects That Move You

When they boarded the bus for our first shoot at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the boys had skateboards in hand.
Text & Photography By Stephanie Calabrese
When they boarded the bus for our first shoot at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, the boys had skateboards in hand. Scuffed up and loud with color, each board was unique. Before the mobile photography workshop began, I had been thinking about potential shoot destinations. The Botanical Garden was an easy…

Workflow, Start To Finish Part 2

In the first part of this three-part workflow series, we looked at downloading and browsing images after your shoot.
Text & Photography By Tom Bol
In the first part of this three-part workflow series, we looked at downloading and browsing images after your shoot. With your images downloaded into your database, the next step is image optimization. One important point should be made right at the beginning. I don't optimize all of my images. I'll…

On Location With Dave Stoecklein

Against a backdrop of natural beauty at the Bar Horseshoe Ranch in Mackay, Idaho, photographer David Stoecklein gives us a unique perspective of what goes in to creating his iconic shots of the American West
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{mp4}epson/12-13-EPSON_BTS_FS_Horses_Stoeklein{/mp4} Against a backdrop of natural beauty at the Bar Horseshoe Ranch in Mackay, Idaho, photographer David Stoecklein gives us a unique perspective of what goes in to creating his iconic shots of the American West—in this case, fourteen horses, four cowboys and the patience to wait for perfect light.…

Seeing In Black-And-White

What exactly draws photographers to the black-and-white image?
By William Sawalich
Learn to see in black-and-white. Hang around with photographers long enough, and it's a phrase you're sure to hear repeated. It's supposed to be a truism about how to make good black-and-white images; first, they say, you have to learn to see in black-and-white. But how, exactly, does a person…

Knockout Black & White

What exactly draws photographers to the black-and-white image?
Text & Photography By J. Dennis Thomas
What exactly draws photographers to the black-and-white image? We have the ability to re-create a scene almost exactly as it existed, yet we still continue to create images in black-and-white. Color television was invented and became affordable for everyone to own, and the black-and-white television set was rendered obsolete. At…

Using Photoshop’s Color Look Up Tables

Have you heard about Color Look Up Tables
By William Sawalich
Have you heard about Color Look Up Tables? They're a fairly recent addition to the photographic workflow, having been added to Photoshop in version CS6. But the premise behind color look up tables (sometimes called CLUTs or LUTs) has been around a lot longer than that as a method of…
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