A Beautiful Day Laura sits in the front porch swing on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Walking Through the Trees The wooden boardwalk at the William B.
A Morning Fog A light fog settles in around the trees of our front yard on a recent morning, although the fog did not stick around for long.
Glass Beach on Kauaʻi Waves, sand, clouds, and a beautiful blue sky at Glass Beach near ʻEleʻele on the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaiʻi, from our 2018 Kauaʻi trip.
If you have read any of the past Photography Tips here, you have probably seen a mention of shooting in Raw format.
One of the main advantages that Photoshop has over Lightroom is Photoshop’s ability to work with layers.
Today’s post picks up where the recent Steve’s Photography Tips post Processing Photos in Photoshop post left off, because as was mentioned there, Photoshop can do so much more than can be explained in one post.
Last time, we looked at processing photos with Adobe Lightroom.
Up to this point, all of the Steve’s Photography Tips posts have been about taking photos.
In a previous Steve’s Photography Tips post Finding Your Focal Length, I briefly mentioned fisheye lenses, particularly the 8mm fisheye lens that I have.