I’m submitting a small sample of my infrared photography work. You can see more at www.helenbradshawphotography.com. I would love to receive comments and feedback. Thank you! Helen Bradshaw
Photoshop for serious nature and art photographers. Register here
You know how to take a good photograph; now learn now to make it spectacular. Post processing in the age of digital photography is critical and necessary part of the process. Register for my 6 week course, and see the difference a few tweaks can make.
Yes, I’m slow to the party! But I am adding new images almost daily and have already had a few Features! Instagram is a lot more fun that I thought it would be. Follow me on IG and see photos in real time as I create them.
Looking for birds to add to your landscape photos? [Read more…]
Despite the days flying past, I did manage to get a lot of photography-related projects done in the past few months. And developed plans for more over the winter. it’s always rewarding to look back at at the tasks we’ve accomplished. [Read more…]
Best Subjects for Blacks and White Photography
Not all subjects “translate” well into black and white. Some images need the vibrancy of color; or perhaps the color IS the image. Some images have the wrong tones to convert well into black and white photos. (Be sure to read my article about the best colors for black and white photography and black and white tonality here.) [Read more…]
I’ll be you didn’t know this! It’s true. I know because I made it up!
So all month I’ll be posting black and white photography tips, composition considerations, inspirational ideas, challenges, and post-processing recipes and tools.
There will be many rainy or miserable days where you think it best to keep your camera and your self in doors, safe from the elements. But I hope to convince you that these are the best days to get outdoors and start shooting. [Read more…]
Good morning my friends! A short post – if you’re at all interested in using white balance as a creative tool, head on over to dPS (Digital Photography School) and read my newest article there.
It could change the way you look at white balance!