About Jimmy McIntyre

On the road for 4 years now, Jimmy McIntyre is an experienced travel photographer, trainer, language learner and writer. He has written for some of the biggest photography sites in the world and taught photography on four continents.

Using Photographer’s Ephemeris Planning for Night Sky Photography

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Dave Morrow, astro-photographer extraordinaire, shows us some useful ways he plans his night sky shoots. Dave spends most of the video showing you how powerful The Photographer’s Ephemeris is in planning for a successful shoot. If you're new to The Photographer’s Ephemeris, this is undoubtedly the most [...]

By | March 9th, 2016|Planning, Planning, Tutorials|Comments Off on Using Photographer’s Ephemeris Planning for Night Sky Photography

PS Secrets 18: How To Remove Noise But Keep Beautiful Details

Article By Jimmy McIntyre This week's tutorial is a superb technique for removing a great deal of noise from your image in Photoshop, without losing any details. If we are forced to shoot at a high ISO due to low light, we will probably end up with a lot of [...]

By | March 9th, 2016|Most Popular Tutorials, Photoshop Secrets|10 Comments

How to Effectively Recover Skin Texture from Over-Exposed Areas

Article By Jimmy McIntyre This week's portrait tutorial comes from the very talented, all-round nice guy, Michael Woloszynowicz. The video will show you techniques to skin textures from over exposed areas. Interestingly, Michael combines two techniques I've taught in the last few months, Double/Triple RAW processing and Frequency Separation. I [...]

By | March 2nd, 2016|Portraits, Tutorials|2 Comments

CJ5: How to Edit The Milky Way In Photoshop – Some Cool Techniques

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In today's Challenge Jimmy we'll look at a tutorial for editing Milky Way photos in Photoshop. Thank you to Larry Cox for sending me the RAW files. We're going to look at a couple of very useful techniques. Firstly, we'll instantly blend exposures that will illuminate [...]

By | March 2nd, 2016|Challenge Jimmy|2 Comments

How To Create A Panorama With Hugin Software

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Hugin is a free panorama program that can very stitch fairly complex panoramas far more efficiently than Photoshop at times. If you've unsuccessfully tried stitching frames in Photoshop, then Hugin might be what you need to do the trick. And since it's free, you've got nothing [...]

By | February 22nd, 2016|General, Tutorials|Comments Off on How To Create A Panorama With Hugin Software

Raya Pro Improvements

Current Version: 2.0 Next Version: N/A Release Date: N/A Support Page: https://www.shutterevolve.com/raya-pro-support/ ___________________________________________ All Raya Pro users get all updates for FREE, for life! ___________________________________________ This page is for you, a Raya Pro user, to give suggestions for what you would like to see in future updates of the panel. I'm afraid it may not [...]

By | February 21st, 2016|RP Enhancements|14 Comments

Photoshop Secrets 17: 5 Ways To Color Correct Beautifully (Even Remove Strong Casts)

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Download JM Colour Action Download the free tools you saw in the video. In today's Photoshop Secrets, we will look at a number of very effective ways to remove even the strongest colour casts in Photoshop. These techniques are quick and easy. Three [...]

By | February 21st, 2016|Most Popular Tutorials, Photoshop Secrets|8 Comments

Why I’m Disappointed With Nikon

Article By Jimmy McIntyre I feel like a sulking child who isn't getting his own way, nevertheless, my patience with Nikon is running out. They have chosen to ignore the consumer. While the likes of Sony are taking the photography world to new levels with their lightweight mirrorless cameras, the [...]

By | February 17th, 2016|Reviews, Talk|31 Comments

CJ4: How To Edit A Beautiful Landscape in Photoshop & Use Luminosity Masks to Blend Exposures

Article By Jimmy McIntyre Today we'll go through a full workflow and edit a beautiful landscape photo in Photoshop. Thank you to Tom Leeson for sending me the exposures for this week's Challenge Jimmy. We'll cover a number of different techniques in this tutorial. We learn how to deepen our [...]

By | February 16th, 2016|Challenge Jimmy|15 Comments

EASY Selections with Brushes in Photoshop

Article By Jimmy McIntyre In today's composite tutorial, Glyn Dewis, does a great job, as always, of teaching us how to make easy and accurate selections in Photoshop. Glyn takes us through his process of refining a Quick Selection in Quick Mask Mode.

By | February 11th, 2016|Composites|Comments Off on EASY Selections with Brushes in Photoshop