My guests often ask me: ‘how do you make your images pop?’
Of course, there’s no single answer for this, but I know that SHARPNESS plays a big role in that. A photograph sharpened the right way always pops out.
Many people don’t know that every photo needs to be resharpened every time its size is changed.
Also, many don’t know that in Lightroom it’s super easy to get sharpness right.
I’ll show you my method for sharpening RAW files in Lightroom.
Has it ever happened to you that someone showed you a simple thing that was right in front of your nose for years?
Learning these DSLR camera tricks and shortcuts were such lightbulb moments for me. Some feature I found it I after years shooting with the camera 🙂
Now I’m sharing these with you – and I promise: at least one will be new for you as well! Good news for mirrorless people: these tips can be applied to those bodies too.
And don’t forget to take the quiz at the end!
Onto the tricks…Read more →
The coolest feature of any great night cityscape photo is the lighttrails of cars and ships.
What are lighttrails? They are caused by the head and taillights of cars and ships and are caused by long exposures that are several seconds long.
I’ll show you in this post the exact technique of long lighttrails from setting up the camera to post-processing.
And it’s not just taking a long exposure: you can stack multiple long exposures to have longer light-streaks!Read more →