What Lens Should I Use? The most asked question of me is typically advice in what camera that one should get. I have addressed this in a previous blog post. The second most asked question may be what lens to choose. In SLR (single lens reflex) photography there are basically two types of lenses that […]
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Photographing Lightning Photographing Lightning With Spring and early Summer comes transitional weather that will cause some amazing photography opportunities. Everything from blue skies with majestic thunderheads, rainbows and lightning. It is photographing lightning that I’m asked about how to capture the most. A lightning bolt typically lasts about 10 to 50 microseconds (0.000050 sec). That’s […]
Hi folks. I have been asked by a lot of people to create a video introduction to Lightroom. I stayed up late last night and put together an informal video explaining Lightroom’s basics. This should get you started. I hope that this helps to get you motivated to start shooting raw and processing your own photos […]
My latest Adobe Lightroom Tutorial covers Processing Low Key Black and White Landscape Photos. Please leave any questions that you might have in the comments. This photo is from Ramona Falls in the Mt Hood Wilderness in Oregon. Thank you! 🙂
Gary Processing in Lightroom #1 Welcome to the first video that addresses basic Lightroom processing techniques.