The Nik Collection Returns!

DXO Releases Nik Collection Update

Nik Collection plug-ins have been my “secret sauce” for creating images with impact after processing RAW files in Lightroom.

DXO Software recently acquired the Nik Collection from Google. Yesterday, they released the first new update to the Nik Collection in several years. The seven plug-ins are available directly from DXO and support the latest Mac and Windows OS. My printable PDF guides and custom presets will help you get up to speed with the Nik Collection quickly and easily!

 

Download Nik Collection PDF Guides and Custom Presets Here

Badlands Landscape Safari 2018

Fine Art Landscape Photography in the South Dakota Badlands

Badlands Photo Safari
Photograph the surreal landscapes of the South Dakota Badlands with Jason Odell.

2018 marks my 8th consecutive year of leading landscape photography safaris in South Dakota! I hope you’ll join me to explore fine-art landscape photography techniques in an environment that can only be described as surreal. We will explore light, texture and clouds over the tremendous rock formations that have formed from erosion over the last 500,000 years. Continue reading Badlands Landscape Safari 2018

POTD: Orb Spinning in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Orb
LED light orb spinning at Brooklyn Bridge Park, NY

A while back I purchased a custom LED “spinner” from a guy on Instagram who makes them for photographers. It’s a fun light-painting tool once you get the hang of using it! I haven’t had too many opportunities to use it, but I knew NYC had the perfect spot! My clients all enjoyed capturing the spinning lights in front of the iconic NYC skyline at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

If you’re interested in this LED spinner orb, follow @lightexcursion on Instagram (I’m there, too: @jason_odell_photo)

POTD: WTC Memorial at Night

WTC Memorial at Night
Remembering those who died on September 11, 2001.

Lux Nocturne: New York City by Night

I’m with clients in New York City for a twilight/night photography workshop. Although the weather is gloomy, we learned that nothing can stop the wonderful blue hour of twilight. We photographed lower Manhattan last night and ended up at the beautiful and moving World Trade Center Memorial. Enjoy!