Here’s a great preset for shooting portraits at sunset. The challenge of this shot was balancing the dark ambient light and not blowing out the skies. I love the vibrant tones this edit gave both the subject and the sky. Enjoy and share your creations with it below!
Here’s your first free preset Friday post! It’s a great preset for creating a natural look to your outdoor photos. It also does a great job at evening out light from high contrast scenes. Enjoy! Please subscribe to the right and get automatic updates to more free preset posts!
Free Preset Friday #1 (176 downloads )
Today’s video is a candid interview with a very talented wedding photographer. Elissa gives some insight in to how she leads her ideal clients to book her, her workflow, and more. If you have a question you’d like answered for the next interview, please ask below. Check out her site at
Presets are big business these days. With the popularity of Instagram and other apps, people love filters and quick ways to edit their photos. Old-Guard Photography is a technology driven field, and it always has been. We get obsessive over gear, software, and the latest trends. Some photographers have a
Today’s video has a lot of tips you may not know about to help speed up your workflow;
This week’s news includes a possible Lightroom 6 release, new lens information from Canon & Nikon, and the 2015 Sony World Photography awards.
Today’s video covers editing a street scene at night. A lot of nighttime photos have a nasty red cast to them, and this is one method to fix that using tone curves and HSL adjustments. Video and preset download below!