Another /r/pimpmyraw submission, this one a very punk rock shot from Shredfest 2009. As Iain doesn’t have Lightroom, this week’s retouching was done solely in Photoshop and Adobe Camera Raw (which is little more than a less-frilly Lightroom Develop Module). Also touched on black & white conversion and the little nuances to getting a good image.Read More»
When I first started the O.P.P. series, I publicized it on “The Front Page of the Internet,” Reddit. Response was quick and favorable, and one suggestion was to start a Reddit subforum to effectively mirror the series. And thus /r/pimpmyraw was born. This week’s submission comes from the subforum, and you can visit the original thread to see some great takes on the image.Read More»
Episode Two brings us a portrait submission and a few tips and tricks on how to make images shot in small studios not look like they were shot in small studios. Portrait and Head Shot photography is all about the soft touch and keeping things simple—making the subject look good while still looking like themselves—and hopefully this video will help you do just that.Read More»
After a few friends had asked me about my post-processing methods and techniques, I decided to cook up a little “This is how I do it” video that would walk them through my typical post-processing session. The idea quickly snowballed, and next thing I know, I’m starting what I hope will become a weekly video series.
Welcome, then, to the first “episode” of O.P.P. (Other People’s Processing).Read More»