Software Lightroom 10 Ways To Get a Fresh Look at Your Photos in Lightroom 15 TIME-SAVING Lightroom Tricks (you might not know) Lightroom Is About to Get a Brand New Feature: Color Wheels for Advanced Color Grading Tips for Culling Images for Better Results and More Efficiency 10 Great Tips and Tricks for Better EditingContinue reading “Photo Links #98”
Many years ago JJ van Heerden gave a short presentation at a club meeting, giving some thoughts on how images could be judged. I thought that I had lost the notes he gave us as a handout but someone recently gave me a copy so thought it worth posting here so that it doesn’t getContinue reading “Judging guidelines presented by JJ van Heerden”
A short film dedicated to the life, work and wonderful mystery of Ms. Vivian Maier.
Perhaps you, like myself, had bad experiences with poor quality from higher ISO images as delivered by earlier generations of digital cameras. Does this still make you cling to ISO 100 or 200 unless there is absolutely no alternative? If so you are probably not getting the best from your newer camera. In this articleContinue reading “Reasons to Shoot High ISO Images”
At the black & white evening on Wednesday we looked at Joe McNally as our featured photographer. I mentioned that he is well known for photographing at great height. Here is a video of him shooting at the top of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest man-made structure on earth.
The PSSA National Congress 2012 is being held at Club Mykonos from 25-31 August 2012. Having seen a teaser of the great photographers that will be presenting, it’s worth your while to attend. But with such a stunning venue it’s sure to fill up fast so book early to avoid disappointment. See the PSSA siteContinue reading “PSSA National Congress 2012 – Langebaan”
The Light Stalking blog posted an interesting article that begins; It has been a very active week online in the world of photography, and Toad Hollow Photography has been interacting with photographers and combing for links to the very best content to share with everyone here. This weeks list contains a great series of tutorials,Continue reading “Amazing Photography Links, Tuts and Images You May Have Missed”
Here are the projected image winners from the May competition for which the set subject was Backlit. Set Subject 1 2 3 Early Morning Mist Early Morning With Friends Chopper George Frangs Elsa van Zyl Paddy Howes Open 1 2 3 Rainbow Sossus After the Storm Paddy Howes Nigel Mudge Eric Sumner The full listContinue reading “May Competition Winners–Projected Images”
Ultimate Photo Tips has launched “Worth a Thousand Words” — a free monthly e-zine full of photography-related articles and information that you won’t find anywhere else. We’ll bring you short articles on creativity, interviews with experts in photography, highlights of what’s new on Ultimate Photo Tips each month, tips to improve your photography, photographic exercisesContinue reading “New e-zine”
Dear Ms Nettie Warncke, It’s nearly that time again – only a few weeks left before we close the Environmental Photographer of the Year for another year. As always, we appreciate the enormous help you provide through telling your contacts, friends and colleagues about the competition, so would really appreciate you reminding them that theContinue reading “Environmental Photographer of the Year 2010”