Free Video Tutorial Access
When I started my newsletter, I decided that if I was going to do it, I was going to do it right and make it worth your while. I’m humbled to say that we’ve grown to 17,000+ subscribers in under two years which just blows my mind!
So, how do I make it worth your while? Well, to start out, just by signing up you’ll get access to a library full of free video tutorials I put together that cover post processing and a few other topics as well. You’ll also get important newsletters delivered right to your inbox that contain privileged information like exclusive discounts, first-to-know workshop announcements, announcements for new products, in-depth photo tips and other updates regarding my photography business. I won’t send it out unless it’s something I would want to open myself.
Rocky Mountain Pano
During a trip to Rocky Mountain National Park with my family, I decided to limit myself to just my Sony a7s (hand held) and a Sony Zeiss FE 55/1.8 lens. In this video, I show the process of shooting for a panorama and how to process it all together in post.
Cottonball Basin (and the importance of scouting)
In this video I go over the importance of scouting to make sure you’re in the right place when the light gets right.
Why I Switched From LEE Filters To Formatt-Hitech
I had a pretty terrifying experience with my LEE Filter system on a trip to Big Sur a couple years back. That experience opened my eyes to the biggest flaw in the LEE Filter System design and it was the primer to me making the move over to Formatt-Hitech. I’ve tried to explain this flaw to a few people but putting it in video form is ultimately the best way to go I think. And hey, I found a reason to use my Google Glass again! Woohoo!
Bear Lake Start to Finish Edit
A subscriber saw this image after I shared it on social media, emailed me and asked to see me process it from start to finish. So here it is!
Turning Day To Night In Lightroom and Photoshop
In many ways, post processing is just as much a creative process as getting the shot in the field. The reality of landscape photography is that you don’t always get to photograph locations under optimal light. In this video, I show how to use Lightroom to process an image taken in broad daylight and give it a look that simulates twilight. Pretty nifty!
Car Trails in Dallas, TX
A start to finish walkthrough of an image using multiple exposures to blend together multiple car trails in downtown Dallas.