This video tutorial covers everything you need to know about working with Adobe Lightroom Mobile, all the way from shooting images in the field, transferring raw files to your mobile device, and syncing them to your desktop over the cloud. Not only that, this tutorial also takes things further by showing some of the Adobe Photoshop editing techniques I used to create one of my most famous photos from Stockholm, “Belly of the Beast.”
Welcome to one of the biggest game changers in mobile photography history as Adobe announces fully integrated raw photo editing in Lightroom for iOS!
From Then to Now | The Story of How I Became Heavily Involved in Professional Aerial Photography It’s amazing to think that in just a few short years, drone and UAV technology has evolved into such outstanding heights. And all throughout this time as these little marvels of personal aircraft technology have continued to get […]
Most of us are familiar with astrophotography these days as we continue to see more and more photos of the Milky Way and night sky all over the internet and social media. Similarly, star trails being incorporated into night photography has become very popular as well. Photographing the stars can yield beautiful results. Let’s examine some examples that help us capture awesome Astrophotography and star trails.
After 6 months of production both in the field and in the studio, I’m thrilled to finally announce the release of my first video with Fstoppers, Photographing The World: Landcape Photography and Post-processing! What has been a labor of love has also been one of the most challenging and demanding projects that I’ve ever taken […]
The Stockholm Tunnelbana is full of visual surprises if you know how to look for them. It’s amazing to me that so many people breeze through these elaborately built stations on a daily basis without even a second glance. Then again, we as artists tend to look at the world in a completely different way. Having an artistic eye gives us the ability to find interesting things in everyday subjects; subjects that most people just overlook and/or classify as mundane.