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Julieanne Kost, author of Passenger Seat: Creating a Photographic Project from Conception through Execution in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, shares her thoughts on finding inspiration for your endeavors -- the key is to make sure that you continuously view the world around you with fresh eyes.
RC Concepcion, author of The HDR Book, shows you how to add texture effects to your HDR images inside of Photoshop.
RC Concepcion, author of The HDR Book, talks about some post-processing effects stacking that you can do in Lightroom CC (2015 release).
RC Concepcion, author of The HDR Book, shares a few techniques on working with layer masks inside of Photoshop for HDR.
How do you deal with roadblocks to creativity, like lack of time, or being overly tired? Where do you find inspiration and how can you consistently draw from that to improve your mind-set and your ability to create? How can you learn to open yourself up to things that are risky—but that might result in something wonderful that you could never have otherwise foreseen?
In our pursuit to find the best travel photographer's in the world in the hopes of learning some of their skills, we had the wonderful luck of spending sometime with @ThePlanetD for a very special #TravelChat. Here, below, the recap of the very educational and very visually striking day of questions.
With Halloween 2015 coming up, this is the right time of the year to post this. Todd Sipes, author of "Urban Exploration Photography: A Guide to Creating and Editing Images of Abandoned Places", took part in the Peachpit Twitter #AuthorChat over the summer. His work takes a deep look at the forgotten decay of modern society.
His work is gobsmackingly (not a word, I know) incredible - both inspiring and creepy. His work brings him to locations which would make the majority of us run away. His work requires grit, determination and a certain sense for fleeing. His work is ballsy and wondrous.
Take a few moments to check out his #AuthorChat below.
In this wide ranging 43 minute interview, Peter Hurley sits down with Peachpit to discuss his new title, "The Headshot"
The interview covers everything from making it as a young photographer, to getting the most personable headshot from your subject, to dissecting the best headshot techniques.
The interview also covers some interesting bits of information Hurley has never told anyone in public.
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