Do you have an ipad? If you do, be sure to download the free app ‘Flipboard‘. I have several magazines I’ve curated on there, if you’d like to check them out. I have a Wildlife And Nature flipboard where I ‘flip’ all of the awesome animal and landscape photos I find online. Find it HERE.
I have several magazines on flipboard but one other I know you’ll like is my Photography Tips and Tutorials magazine HERE.
Don’t forget you can also download your free flickr cover photo template to spruce up your new flickr page HERE
…and ALL of my free downloads can be found HERE.
I haven’t gotten out to shoot much lately (but hoping to remedy that this weekend)…but I have been shooting here and there around my house...Read More
May 21, 2013 Free Downloads
If you haven’t noticed (or haven’t heard people on facebook talking about it) Flickr has re-done their website. Bigger photos, a free terabyte of space and more. They have also updated your own page where you can add a cover photo (just like Facebook and Google+). You can choose from one of your own photos or you can create your own customized image to upload. I created my own template to use on my page but I’ve also made it available for you to download and use as well.
It’s in layered .psd format, which means you’ll need Photoshop to work on this template. You’ll also need to understand how to use clipping masks. If you’re not sure how to use a clipping mask in Photoshop, check out this tutorial HERE for more information.
Don’t forget I have a free Google...Read More
May 14, 2013 Photography
This is my first time using the ipad app ‘posts’ so I wanted to test it out
May 13, 2013 Tutorials
We’ve all had those days where we wanted to go out and photograph something but didn’t know what, or didn’t feel like leaving the house, or leaving the house wasn’t even an option because of the weather outside. Well, here’s a few projects to spark your creativity you can do at home no matter what the weather is like.
I had seen this done in the past but never really paid any attention to it…until I saw the super talented Holly McCaig post a few shots she did recently. I was INSTANTLY hooked and started scouring google to read about how this is done. I found out it’s actually quite simple. The hardest part is probably adding the shadow in photoshop. You don’t HAVE to add a shadow but it really seals the deal for realism if you’re going to do these types of photos...Read More