PHOTOGRAPH, Issue 4
Well, somehow we did it. A year after we released the first issue of PHOTOGRAPH, we’re releasing issue four, completing our first year. We’ve got a growing number of subscribers and more and more amazing photographers that want to be a part of something different like this. Thanks so much for being part of it, for reading, making suggestions, and for sharing this with others.
Today Issue 4 of PHOTOGRAPH gets released to you, and with it the commercial work of Nick Hall, the beautiful abstracts of Kathy Beal, and the stunning work of Sam Krisch who blew me away with his work on our first trip to Antarctica. Articles include all the usual great columnists, a feature article about the Zone system for digital photographers, my Without the Camera article on Learning to See, and a great article on the use of space in composition from John Paul Caponigro. As always, it’s large, beautiful, and ad-free.
Essential Development for Lr5
Last October we released Sean McCormack’s Essential Development, 20 Great Techniques for Lightroom 4. It was a meaty book with a tonne of great content and tips. And now that Lightroom 5 is out, Sean’s been working with the elves to update it, and we’re releasing it to the wild today. Essential Development for Lr5 […]
Lightroom 5 – Up to Speed
Today Adobe released Lightroom 5, and the changes are amazing. With every version Lightroom gets better and better, but every time they change things up it means time re-learning the software and adapting its new features to our workflow. Who better to lean over your shoulder for a couple hours than a guy who’s a […]
FREE: Craft & Vision 2
My team at Craft & Vision has done it again. Together we’ve created a gorgeous PDF eBook with 9 great articles, and we’re giving it away. Totally free. Craft & Vision 2, More Great Ways to Make Stronger Photographs, contains articles by Martin Bailey, Piet Van den Eynde, Nicole S. Young, Dave Delnea, Sean McCormack, […]
After narrowing down my Hokkaido work through my edit process, I’m now left with a collection of images to print. Here’s my rough process. 1. Image Prep. I take each image through a final pass in Lightroom’s Develop module. Here are the questions I’m asking myself as I go through the panels. Is my monitor […]