Vision Is Better 3

Over the past few years David du Chemin has become known for his photography in various locations across the globe. With a number of books and eBooks to his credit as well as a popular blog, he’s also earned a reputation as one of the great thinkers in modern...

Craft, Vision and Presets

Using presets in Lightroom can be a real timesaver as you move through the develop process. Whether you use a one-click and it’s done approach, or you use them as the basis for further processing work, incorporating presets into your workflow offers you an...

A First Look at Lightroom 5

As they did with all previous versions of Lightroom, Adobe have just released a public beta for the upcoming Lightroom 5. This beta is available to everyone to test out, regardless of whether you’re an existing Lightroom user or not. This new version brings a...

Still Photographs in Motion

Sitting and sipping coffee while listening to Dave Delnea speak with Matt Brandon on the latest Craft & Vision podcast makes a great way to ease into the day. The topic of their discussion is timelapse photography which also happens to be the latest eBook in the...

Plug in with Nik

It was back in early 2005 that I first encountered Nik software. I’d bought some monitor calibration hardware and Nik’s Color Efex Pro came bundled with it. If I remember correctly it was version 2, and it immediately found a home in my workflow. Over the...

Photograph Quarterly – Issue 2

In the opening scenes of Ron Fricke’s masterpiece “Baraka”, the camera zooms in on snow monkeys soaking in a hot spring in Nagano, Japan. Ever since I saw the film almost 20 years ago I’ve been fascinated by the creatures. Upon opening up the...