Author Archives: CEB
My First attempt at a fashion short film. Have a long ways to go in improving my video abilities. Nuff said
Here are some of the most common photography processing techniques and how to do them in Photoshop. Nuff Said.
Came across a cool little tutorial by Don Fadel of Kidona photography on how to use Photoshop to clean up your studio floor. I captured some notes from Don’s video tutorial that you can see here: Cleaning up a studio floor in Photoshop • Copy Background Layer (Cmd J) • Make duplicate layer blend mode […]
You cant see them very well off in the distance but they are there. This was my forst time-lapse ever so not very good.
Great tutorial on taking long exposures with a ND filter. Long Exposure Tutorial with Scott Kelby Dont forget to: Tape over the view finder f/11 or higher Shutter:Bulb ISO:100 Use remote release shutter. Movement will kill you. Nuff said.
I had the opportunity to spend the day with nationally renowned and local photographer Blair Bunting . Blair is a young guy for being so successful but due to his technical proficiencies with lighting he has had many a door open for him in his young life. As with most successful people they love what they […]
During the Joel Grimes workshop Joel mentioned some techniques he used with one light to get some great soft light wraps and reflectivity. I have always liked this image of Joel’s and wanted to try some experimentation on my own So I thought I would set out to build a poor mans light box made out of white poster […]
Background: Used under creative commons courtesy of Edmondson Photography <a href=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/al001/”>www.flickr.com/photos/al001/</a> Worked on another composite. For some reason I had temples flying around in my head. I work on some tone matching techniques as thats a real struggle for me in my compositing. I matched tones via the channels layer and using curves across red, […]
I came across this article in Photoshop User Magazine by Bryan Oneil Hughes about creating a painterly effect in Adobe Camera Raw. We all know the develop module in LR3 is essentially the same thing as Adobe Camera Raw so why not try it. Bryan suggests maxing out the noise reduction in camera raw, which […]