In our previous post, we covered one of the essential skills for photographers – how to remove a color cast. Today we’re looking at another skill that will come in handy if you have unwanted objects in your photographs. Removing
Being a digital marketer today is like building a plane mid-air: requirements are constantly changing, and one can easily feel lost with all the new tools, formats and platforms. However, there are always people who skillfully navigate the ever changing
“Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.” – Carl Sagan While the TV in the living room is playing the usual sitcoms, I am in my bedroom checking the batteries to my cameras making sure they are fully charged
Look at your news feed in any social network. Notice that the posts that contain visual content, such as pictures and videos, really stand out—of course, if we’re not talking about Instagram, where images and videos are the main focus.
No one’s ever made it too far by sticking to the rules. The difference between an amateur and a professional is that one is too afraid to try new things and complies to the standard rules. The later, on the
You can have the perfect image, with the perfect model and spot on lighting. It’s not until you zoom in that you realize – it’s another color cast. Removing a color cast is something every photographer will naturally learn during