Author Archives: Jimmy
Joseph Francis is a freelance visual effects supervisor based in Los Angeles. He has had a long career in the 3D field. I asked him to share a little about himself as well as give our blog readers a little … Continue reading
The curves editor is a powerhouse for editing brightness and color tones. Some photographers will only use curves to make adjustments in post. This goes to show how flexible they can be. Regardless of the program, this tool can be … Continue reading
Chris Corradino is a travel photographer and teacher based out of New York. His work has been highly circulated in publications such as the Associated Press, USA Today, National Geographic, and Wall Street Journal. He’s deeply committed to providing a … Continue reading
Learn how to replicate the look of a classic Film Noir crime drama scene with Exposure 5. Using the controls in the Tone Curve panel, you can make adjustments to make the image more dark and mysterious, bring back some … Continue reading
Tim Grey is a highly-regarded author and educator in the world of digital photography. His work is a combination of technology, teaching, photography, writing, and travel. He has authored over a dozen books, such as the best-selling Photoshop CS4 Workflow, … Continue reading
Here are our selections from the Alien Skin Flickr group for the week. Thanks for sharing, everyone!
Kristoffer Paulsen is a professional photographer based in Melbourne, Australia. He primarily shoots lifestyle and food-based work, though they weren’t his first choice of subjects. One of his clients, Broadsheet.com.au, focuses on these two areas. Kristoffer nonchalantly said, “It turns … Continue reading