I’ve just released a video tutorial that will teach you the creative art of “cloud-stacking.” Cloud-stacks are composite still images created from time-lapse (interval timer) captures. By using Photoshop to blend your images, you aren’t limited to the 2-10 shot maximum limit of an in-camera multiple exposure. My new video workshop includes a printable PDF companion notes set, too. For a complete guide to cloud-stacking and other creative long exposure techniques, be sure to check out Stretching Time: Mastering the Art of Long Exposure Photography.
Create Stunning Color, HDR and Monochrome Images
Just in time for the holidays, enjoy discounted pricing on my three complete guides to the Nik Collection plug-ins for Photoshop/Lightroom/Aperture. These guides are end to-end user manuals for the three most popular plug-ins: Color Efex Pro 4, HDR Efex Pro 2, and Silver Efex Pro 2. These plug-ins are my go-to tools for enhancing color, contrast, details and creating fine-art HDR and monochrome images.
Also be sure to check out my newest video workshop, Mastering Monochrome with Silver Efex Pro 2.
I’m pleased to announce the immediate release of my thirteenth eBook, Stretching Time: Mastering the Art of Long Exposure Photography.
This printable, high-resolution PDF eBook is the culmination of several years of work and research into the creative and technical aspects of long exposure digital capture. From exposure theory to composition and post-processing, Stretching Time is a complete resource for anyone interested in creating dramatic long exposure images. I hope you find this new guide informative and enjoyable.
As I mentioned yesterday, I’m still working on finishing up my newest eBook, Stretching Time.
Until then, here’s a chance to get an early preview of the topics by viewing the table of contents (click the image to view a PDF version)