Learning is endless within most subjects. That does not mean however that you should not try and learn new things. You can easily pick up tips and tricks in Photography, and here is another way to help through an ebook with 49 photo tips to help you learn something new.
In Photoshop CS5, the old Sharpen Tool has actually become useful. In this tutorial, Erik will show you how to now be able to use it with good results.
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A friend of mine sent me a link to the portfolio of Jack Brauer who is a Mountain and Fine-Art Photographer, shooting mostly mountain scenes. The photos he does are absolutely gorgeous. Go ahead and jump over to Mountain Photography by Jack Brauer and take a look at his portfolio with some seriously beautiful sceneries and photographs.
This week, I am here with Nicole Young, a full-time commercial photographer in Salt Lake City who sells much of her work through iStockPhoto.
Nicole, thank you for taking the time to participate.
Thanks for asking, Erik!
How did you get into photography?
When I was a kid I was really into anything artistic—drawing, painting, etc, so creativity has always flowed through my veins. In High School I was required to take an art class and I chose photography, thinking “oh, this could be fun!” I instantly realized that I had a knack for it … I was quick to understand aperture, shutter speed, etc. and loved working in the darkroom. I used a Pentax K-1000 as my first camera, then eventually got a Nikon F4 and shot primarily black-and-white film. I was involved with the yearbook, newspaper and got a job at a photo lab where I learned how to print in a color darkroom, and even started using Photoshop for the first time.