Fine Art Photography Workflow – Minatomirai | Jeremy Segal Photography



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Fine Art Black and White Workflow video, Architectural Photography from Yokohama Japan by Jeremy Segal Photography

Insight into the creative process that occurs when editing digital photographs.
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The Perfect HDR Photography Workflow | Part 1



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Captain photo demonstrates the ease and simplicity of his Perfect HDR Workflow talked about at www.PerfectHDR.com. He shows you how you can use your camera’s RAW files to make stunningly perfect HDR photos your first day! No expensive or complicated software is used. Nope, no Photoshop needed. You’ll be making flawless HDR photos the first day with Captain Photo’s Perfect HDR Workflow. It’s amazing he’s giving this away… not a great business model.

Milky Way Photography: Lightroom Tutorial – Basic Workflow



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This week I’m showing you my basic Lightroom workflow with a few photographs submitted by some of you. In particular I will do some astrophotography. I also got a lot of shots from a ton of you, including BackBurner, David Mikic, Francesco Paggiaro, Fraser Harrison, Rob Nelson, Lasse Grotwinkel, Marc Frederiksen, Shannon Hill, Jessie Jim, and Simon Patterson. Big thanks to all of you. I will be using more of these, so stay tuned. You are helping the entire community.

The shot I pulled was (ironically) from what appears to be my Canadian doppelganger, Rob Nelson. He is a photographer up north who is also and ecologist/geologist. He had some amazing night photography that he submitted. I thought I’d pull one of his to show the basic process you might use to pull out the milky way in a photo. Learn more about Rob’s photography at: and follow him on IG and Twitter – @robnelson4

When shooting the milky way, there are a few things to think about. First, you want to get as much of the milky way exposed as possible without blurring the stars. This a little bit depends on your lens. Many fotographers use the 500 rule to determine their shutter speed. You divide your lens into 500. So, if you had a 50mm lens (500/50), you couldn’t expose longer than 10 seconds. If you had a 25mm lens, you could expose for 20 seconds – etc. In this case, Rob had a 16mm lens with a shutter speed of 15 seconds. I think he could have even exposed longer, which may have given a better histogram. However, with the people in the shot, you risk them blurring as they stand their. The truth is, there is a lot to work with in this photo.

A lot of photo manipulation is personal preference. Keep in mind that I’m doing a lot of manipulation based on my preferences. For much of what I do, I like the surreal look. I often add vibrant colors that may look unnatural to what you had in the environment. I’m not a purist. However, the few things that you have to keep in mind are:

1. Don’t over-do the grain. It will look bad.
2. Milky Way shots are best if your eye is drawn to it.
3. Always remember your distribution. If you’re making photos for a giant wall, work hard to eliminate any noise.

I have more I’d love to share if you’re interested. Leave your comments below on how your workflow is different. Feel free to give me tips. That not only helps me, but it helps the entire community.

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How to Use Masks in Luminar 3 For Your Landscape Photography Workflow



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How to Use Masks in Luminar 3 For Landscape Photography
Knowing how to use masks in your landscape photography post-processing workflow is important for blending effects and making photo edits you want to see. Many people may think that masks only exist within image processing in Photoshop. But did you know that Luminar 3 is a Photoshop alternative that allows photographers to use masks in editing too? In this Luminar 3 tutorial, I’ll show you how to use a layer mask in Luminar 3 for landscape photography so you can make professional photographs.

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Photography Backup Workflow? Amazon Prime Photo! (Free UNLIMITED Cloud Backups!!!)



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How to back up unlimited photos to the cloud using Amazon Prime Photo / Amazon Drive, included FREE with amazon prime!

Whether you’re a travel photographer looking to backup photos on the go or a wedding photographer looking for a secondary secure backup, getting your raw photos backed up to the cloud means you have an extra layer of protection when harddrives fail, cameras are stolen or cards get lost, corrupted or formatted accidentally. Backing up your photography is an essential part of any photography workflow, and having a secondary backup (ie duplicating your photos to more than one place) secures you from losing your photos forever!

If you have an amazon prime account, you might not realize it includes FREE unlimited cloud photo storage. AND that you can not only back up jpgs, but full RAW files right onto amazon prime photo! If you’re looking for a way to keep your photos secure and on the cloud for free and already own amazon prime, amazon prime photo is the way to go.

In this amazon prime photo tutorial we’ll show you how to backup your photos and add this essential step to your photography backup workflow!

LIVE Chat: Workflow and Image Delivery with Photographer Kent Miller



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BMPCC4K what’s all the buzz about? Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K RAW workflow overview



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BMPCC4K what’s all the buzz about? Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K RAW workflow overview.

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A Portrait Photographers Guide to a Quick Workflow



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Join ON1 Guru Whitney Stevens to learn a portrait photographers workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2019. Learn how to create beautiful shots, retouch and smooth skin, and everything you need to know about a Portrait workflow in ON1 Photo RAW 2019.

Architectural Photography Workflow by Christopher O’Grady Photography Singapore



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This video shows the shooting and post production processing for one of my images.

This image is 79 exposures blended together with Photoshop. I have created a time-lapse video with every shot captured.

I then reveal the combined images in Photoshop to show the final blended image.

7 ESSENTIAL Luminar 2018 Tricks for YOUR Landscape Photography Workflow



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7 Essential Luminar Tricks for Your Landscape Photography Workflow
Your post-processing workflow is very important. There are some tricks that you use all the time in your editing workflow. In this Luminar tutorial (a Photoshop alternative) I’ll show you the 7 essential Luminar tricks that I use every time I open Luminar and work on my landscape photography.

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My Linux Photography Workflow



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A quick walkthrough of my Linux photography workflow.

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iPad Pro 2018 Pro Photographer Editing Workflow



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I’m so hype that I can finally do real work on my 11″ iPad Pro! In this video I’ll walk you through my workflow for using my 2018 iPad Pro to edit my wedding work. Now I don’t need a laptop at all and can use my iPad for everything I need. Will this workflow work for you?

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How to Color Calibrate Every Device in a Photographers Workflow



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Nothing is more important for color perfectionist photographers to get consistent accurate color through every aspect of the shoot, from set to delivery and print. In this video, we show you how to use the i1studio to calibrate every major device you use as a photographer to get perfect color through your entire workflow.

Use the i1studio to calibrate your:
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