Monthly Archives: February 2018

Color Balance is All About Neutral Gray

Sometimes taking a neutral position on things isn’t really the safe thing to do – sometimes it’s downright destructive! Your camera may not be as smart as you think!    Auto White Balance. Your camera’s Auto White Balance, or AWB is … Continue reading

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How to Ensure Tack-Sharp Images

How many times have you captured images that look sharp and detailed as a thumbnails only to have them lose that sharpness when the files are opened in Photoshop? If you’re like me, TOO MANY times. It happens to all … Continue reading

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Rescue the Perishing with Raw Processing

Never give up on an image just because its tonal range seems beyond rescue. If something caught your eye about the scene and you took the time to frame the shot, even if the histogram (upper left of the image) … Continue reading

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Exercising The Art of Restraint

When processing photographic images, the greatest skill is knowing when to stop. This is a lesson I learned long ago. My entire career has been involved with color photography and image reproduction. I’ve invested more years in this area than … Continue reading

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