This is a little bit of change over my normal RAW Edit videos. This time I go ahead and show you how I edited the file and then open it up for you to download and edit for a chance to win a print of this image.
This a contest and you can edit the image any way you would like, you can use Adobe Lightroom, Photo Shop or any other RAW Editing Program. Please click here to download this RAW File. All submission must be in by the end of April 28th 2013 11:59 PM EST.
You have permission to edit this image, print this image but you have NO RIGHTS to sell or call this your own. All Rights Reserved Jared Polin of FroKnowsPhoto.com. If you are interested in running this image in a magazine or publication please contact jared at FroKnowsPhoto.com. If you would like to download the FULL RES version of my edit to print or give to a fan you can do so Right Here.
Click the image to download this RAW file. All submission must be posted in the FroKnowsPhoto Forum at the link above.Read More »
I love the look of black and white photography. I started with shooting black and white film. Tri-X mostly in the beginning. I came to see the world in that way with the gradations of tonal contrast and how the light would fall in shadow and highlight. Black and white is about contrast. Color information makes up the gradations of tones, reds are darker, yellows lighter.
Unless I’m specifically shooting black and white film, I shoot RAW. And I see in color. The great thing about shooting RAW is that you can create a digital negative in a multitude of ways without ever compromising the original image. There is so much information in a RAW color file.Read More »
This new RAW files comes from San Francisco and was captured on the ROCK aka Alcatraz.
What are you going to do with this file? I chose to go black and white and crunchy. Will you go black and white, stay color or do something else totally over the top.
Also check to see if your RAW Edit from #87 made the critique and spotlight.Read More »
Have you ever shot a portrait on a white background that wasnt pure white and wanted to brighten it up? In this video, I show you the tips and tricks you need to get those results pretty easily but doing a few very specific things with adjustment brushes. This video is for intermediate and advanced Lightroom users, but don’t be shy if you’re a beginner – there’s plenty of nuggets for you to pick up from this.
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I took this file with the NEW Nikon d600 while as a bar using a Westcott Ice Light. The ISO was 6400 and I think this is a good file to test your editing capability.
Will you go over the top and cut the background out or will you edit it softly and warmly? The great thing is you get to download this RAW File and show us what you would do with it.Read More »
Jared and I just returned from an amazing European tour of the UK and Germany. We got to visit Manchester, London, and Cologne and despite only having a few days in each location, we got to meet some amazing people, eat great food, drink delicious beer and see amazing sights. The trip was mostly business, so we didn’t have much time for sightseeing, but I did pop off a few frames whenever possible.Read More »
In this video, I show you guys how to use the HSL color picker in Lightroom to get dramatic results with an otherwise boring sky. This function exists in Lightroom 3 and Lightroom 4, however I will be demonstrating in LR 4.Read More »
In this video, I discuss the killer develop presets in Lightroom 4. There is such a variety of amazingly robust presets ranging from stunning black and white enhancements to incredible color and many in between.
I’ve discussed creating Lightroom presets in the past, however the ones bundled with LR4 should not be ignored. Even if you don’t decide to use them exactly, it’s fun to see how they can be used as a starting point for creatively editing your photos. You can even bundle presets as well as editing further and then creating your own presets based on where your edit takes you.Read More »
Introducing Adobe Lightroom 4. Adobe just realsed the official version of LR4 today and I wanted to take it for a test spin.
I downloaded and upgraded from LR3 without in 10 min and had no major issues.Read More »
I had a chance some more time in the Adobe Lightroom 4 Beta and finally cracked the nut with the new Video Editing functions. You have very basic editing functions, but enough to manage and edit video clips and even do some editing to the look and feel of them.
You can trim your video clips very easily but dragging markers. You can set a Poster Frame which is your featured image for each clip. This, I imagine would come in handy when you’ve imported many clips and want to quickly be able to see what’s what in Grid view by designating on a particular frame from each clip. You also have the ability to Capture Frame which means you could either use that frame as a still and or apply develop settings to it and save them as a preset that you could then apply to that or any other video clip or still image for that matter.Read More »