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Happy New Year!
Last week I shared my 10 favorite photographs of 2017. Today I took a look at the most popular articles on my website from 2017. My reviews and tutorials appear to be the favorites!
The Peak Design Everyday Backpack is a beautiful, tailored backpack. I ordered the Charcoal version with red accents and I fell in love.
Luminar 2018 Supernova for Mac and Windows, is a major upgrade and includes new filters, major speed improvements, and a dedicated RAW develop module.
No more HDR over-processed grit and saturation! Check out my Aurora HDR 2018 Review for tips on creating beautiful, realistic HDR photographs.
For this photograph I tried several different looks and loved them all so I decided to create a pack of free Luminar presets!
As each new year dawns I like to take a look back at my photographic work and see what I produced for the year.
Often I talk about how I process my HDR images, but today I’m going to share how to photograph for HDR in five simple steps.
Topaz Studio is a very solid all-in-one photo editor. Its fast and the results on my first few test photos came out great!
Did your favorite article make the top 10 list?
I’d love to know what you thought about my articles/photography in 2017. Comment below or shoot me an email. It will help me make 2018 even better!
I wish you health and prosperity in 2018!
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