Paige, Glen Canyon Recreational Area, Arizona (AZ), USA

Photography Workflow: The Portal

A complete photography workflow including a brief Photoshop tutorial that shows how to fine tune a complex photo using iHDR workflow.
Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming (WY), USA

Before and After: Grand Tetons

This was the view outside our tent when we went camping deep…
Crystal Creek, Colorado (CO), USA

Can a "Photoshopped" image match reality?

With the help of Photoshop, I am often able to create a photo that is much closer to reality than straight out of camera photos.
Transient Light, Glacier National Park, MT

How much time do you spend in Photoshop?

Some photos require just a moment or two in Photoshop, while others requires more time. On average, I spend between 5-15 minutes per photo.
Tinkers Creek State Park, Ohio (OH), USA

How to Process a Moody Photograph

Conveying mood in a photograph requires a little extra care in your processing technique. We use Photoshop Layers & Mask to accomplish this.
Eagle Creek, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon (OR), USA

Manual Blending Workflow

Take a look at the workflow I used to process this photograph…
Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada

Selective Sharpening Workflow

One of the things that people ask us about a lot is sharpening.…
San Gregorio State Park, California (CA), USA

Photoshop How To: How to Process Lower Contrast Images

Low contrast scenes use only a fraction of the dynamic range of a camera. Photoshop Layers and Masks are invaluable to process such images.
San Gregorio State Park, California (CA), USA

Quick Tips: Targeted Adjustments in Photoshop

In many cases, a photograph will require small adjustments to…
St. Mary Falls, Glacier National Park, Montana (MT), USA

Photoshop How To: Layers and Mask

Most landscape photos require some amount of post-processing to retain the details throughout the image, and this photo was no exception.