My iPhone image, Gates of Hell, was selected as the cover image for Gallerie Magazine. This is the national magazine of the Professional Photographers of Canada.
Back in December I sent out an email to all of you who had expressed and interest in digital infrared photography and workshops. I wanted to get your feedback on preferences for a digital infrared photography workshop.
Here are the results. A huge thank you to everyone who replied. The results are surprisingly evenly distributed but it does help me to see what people expect and would like.
There will be more information coming about this workshop.
With the summer vacation and holiday season off to a good start, here are some cool bits of camera equipment you should add to your wishlist. Don’t miss any great vacation shots because of the wrong equipment!
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NEW! Coupon code for discounts on Photomatix Pro HDR Software.
Photomatix Pro HDR Software Coupon Code
Use the coupon code naturephotographycentral on your purchase of Photomatix Pro and get 15% off. Coupon is good till February 19, 2013.
View the Photomatix mini tutorial here. Full tutorial is coming soon.
Just in time for the holidays! If you don’t have Topaz my favorite plugin for Photoshop CS, you can get it now and save 15%.
This is what the Topaz plugin can do for landscapes. Use my coupon code naturephoto2020. Or send the code your friends a – gentle hint for your holiday shopping list. heheheheh!
Well boys and girls it’s almost Halloween and I know from past years that around this time you are thinking about ghosts, the supernatural, haunted houses, bats, etc. So October’s How To theme is How to make spooky photos.
We’ll look at how to shoot “haunted houses”, how to post process images to look scary, and how to composite multiple photos so you can create all the spookiness your crazy imagination desires!
Three tutorials starting October 20, 2012, with haunted house photos.
PUFFY, WISPY, STORMY…CLOUDS.
Yes, clouds, not a pack of dwarfs. Read my article in landscape photography is called “Send in the Clouds,” (my apologies for the stupid pun, but I had to use it!). It deals with why you WANT clouds in landscape photography! Plus i go through a couple of cool techniques you can use when you need to “drop in” a few clouds for your landscape photography and scenic shots, with examples and files. View the clouds in landscape photography tips here.
I’ve also assemble a Cloud Pack of high res cloud photos for download, just for this very reason. In case you don’t have any of your own.
So, hum along with me now,
Isn’t it rich?
Are we a pair?
Me here at last on the ground,
You in mid-air..
Where are the clouds?
(If you’re interested in hearing a great version of this classic tune watch Van Morrison’s cover.)
WELL, NEW STUFF AND ALL THE OLD STUFF…
So browse around – all the old stuff is still here, but there is also a pile of new stuff and more coming. Do contact me if there is anything you’d like to see or learn and sign up for my very intermittent newsletter for up to date info, coupon codes on software and workshops and all sorts of other coo stuff for you to use in your photograph adventures!