This post was updated on August 27th, 2018In this Quick Tip, we look into what you can do with Exposure Compensation, in which modes it makes the most sense, where you find it, and what to look out for. What is Exposure Compensation? With the Exposure Compensation, you can tell your camera to over- or underexpose an image by ±5 stops. This setting is helpful when you are using one of the priority modes and want to photograph a very
In the first article of this series we started post-processing a night sky photo in Adobe® Lightroom. As I mentioned, I would have been satisfied with the results from that blog post up until today, if I hadn’t read an article in Outdoor Photographer, The Milky Way Dilemma by Glenn Randall, from December 2017. So in this part of the series we are going to continue the post-processing. I will first show you what results are possible within Adobe® Lightroom. Since I wasn’t satisfied with those, I will then show you how to improve these with Adobe® Photoshop.
Are you still missing a present? Do you have a calendar for yourself for 2018? If not, maybe this little selection can help you find one. You can find the stories behind all calendar photos on my blog, so why not follow my journey on my blog and have the photos in your home or office? These calendars are sold via local bookstores as well as online stores, if you follow the links you will find the previews of
This post was updated on November 13th, 2018Learning Post-Processing The less destructive way In my last article on how to create a double border around an image in Adobe® Photoshop®, I described the destructive way of doing so. In this article, I am going to describe a way to create a double border around your photo using layers, that is less destructive to your original photo so it will be easy to change later if you need to do