Category Archives: PhotoShop Elements

Shooting the Clouds

(This post is adapted and expanded from a recent Pic 4 Today post!) I had forgotten how big the sky is on the High Plains of Colorado. The Rockies push up amazing clouds that drift (or drive as the case … Continue reading

Posted in bridge camera, clouds, dramatic landscape, editing, inspiration, instruction, Lightroom, Nikon Coolpix P500, panorama, PhotoShop Elements, postprocessing | 1 Comment

Photomatix Light HDR

Mousam River HDR One day, just as my experiments with multiple exposure High Dynamic Range imaging on the iPhone (using Pro HDR) were taking hold, I found myself face to face with a landscape suitable for HDR treatment…and no iPhone … Continue reading

Posted in Canon SX20IS, hdr, inspiration, instruction, Lightroom, panorama, Photomatix, PhotoShop Elements, postprocessing | 3 Comments

Playing with Panoramas: sort of…

My new Canon SX20IS has an Easy Panorama mode…like the Sports mode or the Landscape mode, set on the main control dial. It displays your second shot next to the right edge of your first shot, so you and line … Continue reading

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Distortion City! (and how to cure it…)

One of the most difficult subjects for today’s Point and Shoots, even the most advanced (maybe especially the most advanced with their superzooms) is architecture. This was brought home to me after a recent visit to Germany where I was pretty … Continue reading

Posted in distortion, editing, instruction, perspective, PhotoShop Elements, postprocessing | 6 Comments