Another New Tuesday Means Another New Episode Of The No Name Photo Show

Last week was, how do you say, interesting for Canon’s EMEA social media team. It’s one thing to unwittingly share a photo containing partially lifted composited elements. It’s another thing entirely to pretend that it wasn’t the case. Want to know more about this story, as well as a story on the over-capture epidemic that is apparently spreading like wildfire? […]

By | 2018-01-22T22:02:54+00:00 Jan 16th, 2018|

Did you catch Episode 20 of The No Name Photo Show?

Earlier this week, we published our 20th episode—and the first for 2018—of the No Name Photo Show. This was our longest episode to date and happens to be one of the best received, too. That’s probably because Sharky and I tackled the meaty topic of Social Media for Photographers with our wonderful guest host, Colby Brown. The […]

By | 2018-01-23T00:29:01+00:00 Jan 12th, 2018|

Is It Worth Switching To Adobe Lightroom CC?

Ever since Adobe announced the changes to Adobe Lightroom, I’ve gotten tons of questions with a single common theme: Is it worth switching from Lightroom Classic CC to the new Lightroom CC? In order to answer that question effectively, I decided to fully immerse myself in the process of migrating from one platform to the other and have committed to do so […]

By | 2018-01-22T23:49:18+00:00 Jan 9th, 2018|

Check out these mini tutorials for ON1 Photo Raw 2018

A few months back, my friends at ON1 asked me to create a series of short videos that illustrate some of my favorite features introduced with Photo Raw 2018. While the app has tons of powerful features, there are even more than can be overlooked. My goal with creating these short clips was to highlight some of the lesser known […]

By | 2018-01-23T00:25:57+00:00 Jan 5th, 2018|

Six Ways To Seriously Improve Your Photo Game in 2018

If you’re anything like me (that’d be tragic, really), you’ve probably made one resolution or another that has to do with improving your photography this year. It may involve taking stronger photos or something as simple as taking more photos. I know that 2017 was the lightest year in almost a decade for the number of photos I’d taken. I simply […]

By | 2018-01-23T00:35:31+00:00 Jan 3rd, 2018|

I Sit Down With The Wonderful Tamara Lackey To Discuss Mindful Photography

I hope all of you had a wonderful New Years celebration and wish for you to find health, happiness, and success in 2018. I’ve been heads down, working on new products and videos that I intend on sharing soon. Fortunately, I’ve also got a collection of content that I’ve been waiting to share at the right time. Today’s post is […]

By | 2018-01-22T20:42:22+00:00 Jan 2nd, 2018|

It’s Tuesd… Oh Wait. It’s Wednesday, Which Means A New No Name Photo Show!

I know, I know. Tuesday has come and gone with no new episode and for that, I am truly sorry. The long and the short of it is that between the holidays and everything that comes along with that, it took a little bit longer than normal to edit and prep things. But, fear not, for less than 24 hours […]

By | 2017-12-27T13:03:55+00:00 Dec 27th, 2017|

Is HDR Really Necessary? Photo Redux – Episode 007

If I were to pinpoint a single influence on my photography from 2011 – 2014, it’d have to be HDR. I mean, I was completely obsessed. I surrounded myself with everything that has to do with HDR and tone-mapping. For better or worse, I would bracket just about every composition with 5, 7, and even 9 exposures. Can you imagine […]

By | 2018-01-22T20:42:33+00:00 Dec 23rd, 2017|

Did you catch Episode 18 of the No Name Photo Show? I sure hope so!

As sure as the sun comes up every morning (it still does that, right?), you can count on a piping hot and fresh episode of my photo podcast, the No Name Photo Show, co-hosted with Sharky James every Tuesday. In this week’s episode, we tackle the topic of quality over quantity across several facets. Give a listen and let me […]

By | 2017-12-21T16:36:43+00:00 Dec 21st, 2017|