Tag : HDRI
As a young man from a low-income family I learned from an early age that if you break it, and can’t fix it, you go without. I guess this is where I get my smarts from. I was never afraid to take things apart and see how they work, repair, change them, etc. My [...]
During a “process my brackets” challenge on Facebook a few months back I published this Video:
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Check out Jack Howard’s HDR Photography page on Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/HDRPhotography and join the fun.
It is challenge specific but does highlight some tips and tricks I use. Stay tuned for a new and more in-depth look at my workflow using Photomatix, Lightroom, and Nik Software.
Well, it’s spring and an un-seasonable one here in New York. Today’s forecast was for a 50% chance of scattered thunderstorms and as of late, I have not let the weather forecast deter me from heading out to shoot. I have found that generally the most atmospheric landscape photo opportunities make themselves available when [...]
Wow, what a trip. It was everything I had hoped it would be and more. It was big, expansive, cozy, personal, spiritual, uplifting and more! So grab yourself a cup of joe and settle in for the trip of a lifetime. What started out as a casual conversation about “what if’s” and “why for’s”, [...]