It seems it was just a few days ago we was discussing rumors about the upcoming Nikon D7200 camera and wouldn't you know it, its now out! So how does it compare to the older model the D7100? In this video I cover just that, lets review the specs on this camera and see if its worth the upgrade and whats new.
Sepia Tone can be a great way to give a photo the "Old West" look. In this retouching tutorial I will show you my split toning techniques I use in Adobe Lightroom 5 to create my custom sepia tone. In addition we will add grain to the image and then enhance it with dodge & burn.
About this tutorial:
I prefer Sepia Tone over Black & White photos, to me they just have more character to them. I have created Sepia Toning tutorials before, but this time I wanted to show what you can create by adding some grain in your image and then using dodge & burn to bring the photo to life.
The image used in this tutorial was taken at Disney Hong Kong by myself in 2013. It was taken using a Canon EOS Rebel T3i (600D) with Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Lens. The exposure settings were ISO 100, f/4.5, 1/1000sec at 17mm.
Have you been thinking about getting a new Canon Powershot Camera? Then lets look at the newest release of Canon's G series cameras and review the specifications to see how they compare to other models, so you can decide if this camera is right for you.
Looks like it want be long until Nikon will announce the D7100 replacement with many rumors going around the internet, its got many Nikon users really excited. The D7200 DSLR looks to be a good camera, but are the specs for real? Is this the competitor Nikon promised to go head-to-head with Canons 7D mark II?
Chances are if you are new to photography you may not fully understand what lens filters are or how they are used. In the episode of Tips & Techniques I will cover in detail fives of the most popular photographic lens filters, how to use them correctly and also protect them when not being used.