Here are essential steps needed to photograph fireworks successfully.
The equipment you need:
2. Camera, preferably with a 24 - 70 mm lens, or whatever you have got. 3. Remote shutter trigger so you don't have to touch the camera. The settings you need to use:
1. Manual focus 2. Manual camera settings 3. ISO 100
4. f8 aperture 5. Four second shutter speed 6. Turn off long exposure noise reduction because the camera takes extra time to process each i
Why did I choose to create and edit this panorama photo of Moraine Lake using Adobe Lightroom Classic CC? Because Lightroom is the best photo editing software on the planet. It is far easier to learn than Photoshop and it is used by professional photographers worldwide to edit and retouch their photos.
Adobe Lightroom can be purchased for just $9.99 per month as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud for Photographers plan. This is a great deal, and I have been using this plan
Have you ever wondered how to create a panorama image? Well this is how you do it. This Lightroom tutorial covers all the steps needed to edit a series of photos and stitch them together in Lightroom to create one large image.
This example image is from Jasper National Park. In this tutorial I take five separate photos and merge them into one large panorama image. I then go through all the steps to retouch the final image to bring out the colors, lighting, highlights an
The new Adobe Creative Profiles were launched for Lightroom and Photoshop in 2018. Check out what they can do for your photography, and get a free sample pack created by me specifically for landscape photography by clicking here:
As a landscape photographer, I know what it is like to return to the same location day after day hoping for a dramatic sky at sunrise and sunset. But the reality is you cannot stay at the same location forever waiting for that perfect sky. This means that occasionally you need to replace the sky in Photoshop, which is same process as changing a background in a portrait photo.
I created a video tutorial to demonstrate how to change a sky in Photoshop based on a panorama
Believe it or not, the original photo you are seeing here is very boring. It was an overcast day and there was absolutely no dynamic range in this image. It was so blah that I don't even want to show you what it looked like. But there was one adjustment in Lightroom that made this image come alive. It is all about the dynamic range - the range of brights compared to the darks. To give this image more texture, saturation and vibrance I dropped the highlights down to zero