Monthly Archives: April 2016

I am so excited to begin offering new content from different photographers! This will provide insight into how different photographers use their surroundings, and their gear to create unique images. This is a guest post by Leeann Marie, please visit her website to see more beautiful weddings: Leeann Marie Wedding Photographers Nikon D750: RAW 70-200mm […]

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In this free video I share how to edit a landscape photograph as we explore using the visualize spots feature within the spot removal tool. Image courtesy: http://www.blueeyedpics.com/ Join the free, private WbH Community to discuss photography by clicking here! If you’d like to submit a question for me to address via video, please Click […]

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I am so excited to begin offering new content from different photographers! This will provide insight into how different photographers use their surroundings, and their gear to create unique images. This is a guest post by Leeann Marie, please visit her website to see more beautiful weddings: Leeann Marie Wedding Photographers Nikon D750: RAW 70-200mm […]

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In this free video I share the dangers of using the ‘Edit In’ function to take photos from Lightroom into Photoshop. I also share my preferred method for editing in both programs. Join the free, private WbH Community to discuss photography by clicking here! If you’d like to submit a question for me to address […]

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Below are a few before and after examples of the Image Perfector Preset. Click here for all of the details. The images on the left are straight out of the camera, and the images on the right show the after with just the preset applied. No additional color or exposure correction was applied.

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In this free video I share how to use frequency separation inside of Photoshop to hide unwanted objects or clothing. Frequency separation is used to separate color from texture to get the best possible results. Image courtesy pamelasalaiphoto.com Join the free, private WbH Community to discuss photography by clicking here! If you’d like to submit a […]

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Nikon D700: RAW 50mm f/1.4 Shutter Speed: 1/400 ISO 2000 f/2.0 Click here to shop at Amazon and support free content on this site. Shooting mode: aperture priority with +1/3 exposure compensation Metering mode: pattern Focus points: single Focus mode: one-shot This image was taken on March 5th at 3:46pm. It was an overcast day, but we […]

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