If you've never created a photo book, I surely hope you'll join me on this journey because I promise you—creating photo books can be one of the most rewarding parts of your entire photographic process.
Hey everyone, Matt Kloskowski here. I created a set of new free Black and White Lightroom presets over on my blog. The latest ones are black and white presets specifically for portraits. Last week, I released some for landscape and outdoor photos so I figured I’d follow it up with my portrait presets this week.
Have you ever wondered why some images have a printed size that’s bigger than others, yet taken with the same camera? Chances are it’s because of the DPI of the image. Learn how to set your dpi preferences in both Photoshop and Lightroom to maximize size and quality.
RC shows photographers how to watermark their images using Lightroom.
RC shows viewers how to correct white balance values before combining multiple exposures in an HDR image.
Since I see a lot of questions around this topic, I thought I’d take a few minutes to talk about borderless printing and some general print layout tips.
This video will show you a way to create less test prints and also help identify what the sweet spot is for your prints when it comes to brightness.
I figured I’d pick off another common question I get during this week’s video. It deals with what happens to your JPEGs when you shoot in the Raw+JPEG mode on your camera.