7 Simple Photography Hacks

Article By Jimmy McIntyre I this video we look at 7 different photography hacks from COOPH. Even if you're happy to spend large amounts of money on photography gear, rather than finding a cheaper work-around, you might still enjoy some of the ideas in this video. While not perfect, the [...]

By | October 26th, 2016|General, Tutorials|0 Comments

How To Sharpen Cleanly in Photoshop Without White or Black Edging

Article By Jimmy McIntyre When we sharpen our images in Photoshop, the software looks for edges throughout our image, and attempts to exaggerate those edges. By doing so this gives the effect of sharpening. However, the downside of that is that we often end up with black or white edging [...]

By | October 21st, 2016|General, Photoshop Secrets, Tutorials|6 Comments

PS Secrets 24: How To Dodge & Burn Effectively in Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In this week's tutorial we will look at one amazing way to dodge and burn with precision in Photoshop, while maintaining a non-destructive workflow and without affecting the colours in our image. We'll also look at a great way to increase local contrast similar to Nik [...]

By | October 9th, 2016|Photoshop Secrets, Tutorials|13 Comments

5 Ways To Perfectly Remove Chromatic Aberration in Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In this week's tutorial I will show you 5 methods for removing all Chromatic Aberration in Photoshop. Shooting with a medium to large aperture (a smaller f number), usually reduces the chance of CA appearing in your images. But certain lenses have a tendency to produce noticeable [...]

By | July 30th, 2016|Photoshop Secrets|1 Comment

5 Quick Tips For Better Landscape Photos

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In case you missed the huge article 32 Shooting & Planning Tips To Instantly Improve Your Landscape Photos, I've created a quick video with my 5 favourite tips for landscape photography. I'm afraid there are no great secrets in here, most of them are well known, but not [...]

By | July 15th, 2016|General, Tutorials|0 Comments

When Sunset is Disappointing – 14 Ways Blue Hour Can Save Your Images

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Recently we spoke about why shooting at the Golden Hour is so important when capturing a powerful mood in our photos (Why Is The Golden Hour So Important To Landscape Photographers?). Yet, more often than not, the Golden Hour doesn't provide us with a [...]

By | July 15th, 2016|General, Most Popular Articles, Tutorials|1 Comment

Forget HDR Software – 5 Ways To Blend Any Exposures In Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In this week's tutorial, I show you 5 ways to blend any exposures in Photoshop. Anyone who has followed my website and blog for a while will know that I stopped using any form of HDR software a long time ago. I believe that, while certain [...]

How to Use a Circular Polarizing Filter (CPL) Like a Champ

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Since I started my Challenge Jimmy series, I've had a number of emails from photographers asking me how to fix an inconsistent sky they captured with their polariser filter. Coming away with a sky that has areas of varying brightness is a common side effect of [...]

By | July 8th, 2016|Shooting|0 Comments

CJ8: How To Create Gorgeous Light Rays In Your Landscapes in Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre This is the 8th episode of Challenge Jimmy, where you can send me your images and I can offer advice on processing them. If you'd like to take part, please email me your JPEGs at challengejimmymc (a) gmail.com Thank you to Ryan Courreges for sending in [...]

By | July 2nd, 2016|Challenge Jimmy|3 Comments

32 Shooting & Planning Tips To Instantly Improve Your Landscape Photos

Article By Jimmy McIntyre I absolutely love landscape photography. I'm never more comfortable than when I'm surrounded by nature's beauty with my camera. Over the years I've made a lot of errors, many of which I've learned from, and have hopefully improved my whole landscape shooting experience. Being a full [...]

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