Behind the scenes edits of popular images using Photoshop in 4K.
This week I look at a recent trend in wedding photography using lens/sun flares to add an artistic touch to outdoor portraits. Lens flare is caused by strong rays of light hitting the lens, causing an interesting sun burst effect. It’s actually quite tough to get it right in one shot as the light is […]
This week I’ll show you how we can enhance an iconic image from the vidayi/rukhsati also known as sending off to further our storytelling. Without fail this type of image will be featured prominently in a storybook wedding album, so it does deserve some special attention. In asian wedding tradition, this marks the moment the […]
This week we take a classic image from a wedding bridal prep session in London which is very popular with clients and show you how we can create more impact by removing simple distractions. These simple techniques allow you to focus the message within the frame and help you tell your story. So lets’s have […]
In this post, we’ll look at one of my all time favourite landscape/architectural images of the Eiffel Tower taken a few years ago. The tower is one of the most iconic sights to see in the world, especially at night when the lights are switched on. A work of art! Being heavily focused around asian […]
I am pleased to kick off 2015 with a series of short tutorials posts, showing how images are taken from an unprocessed format to final edits for printing in photo albums and displaying on the web. You will be familiar with JPEG as a format for storing images, its a very versatile format which has […]