Category Archives: Post Processing

Reader Input on a Potential eBook on Post Processing Requested

Let me begin this article by thanking each and every reader for the comments that you have posted over the past number of years on this photography blog – your input and comments are always appreciated! If it’s not too much trouble I would really appreciate feedback from as many of you as possible on the potential of me creating an eBook on post processing.  Continue reading Reader Input on a Potential eBook on Post Processing Requested

Working With Dull Winter Scenes in Post

A number of days ago I decided to take a break from some client video work and a couple of eBook projects on which I’ve been working. I ended up on the shores of Lake Ontario on a cold morning, composing some photographs. After spending a bit of time processing a few of those images I thought I’d share some quick thoughts about working with dull winter scenes in post. Continue reading Working With Dull Winter Scenes in Post

Finding Treasures in the Sand with Post Processing

It has been over a year since my wife and I did our photography tour to some western states in the USA. I recently had a chance to revisit some of the photographs that we captured during that trip. I decided to play around in post a little bit, finding treasures in the sand. Continue reading Finding Treasures in the Sand with Post Processing

ISO-12800 Comparison

I had quite a few comments from Photography Life readers about my recent article Pushing a Small 1″ Sensor to ISO-12800. Some folks asked if they could see a comparison between the finished images in the article and the original RAW files (i.e. I opened up the RAW files in CS6 and made a jpeg out of them without making any adjustments in CS6). This short article shows the ISO-12800 comparison between the original RAW files and the finished files I used in the article. Continue reading ISO-12800 Comparison

Dealing With Bright Sunlight in Post Using TAB

This morning I woke up to find a couple of emails from readers specifically asking about dealing with bright sunlight in post when shooting with a small sensor camera. Some of the concerns expressed were dealing with high contrast landscape images where getting highlight and shadow details are a problem due to the limited dynamic range of smaller sensors. Continue reading Dealing With Bright Sunlight in Post Using TAB