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Shoot the Moon! Of all the ways to photograph the moon, close-ups tend to be the least interesting. This week, we’ll explore different ways of capturing the moon in your photos and discuss the techniques we use to get the best shots. Lightroom Tip: Saturation vs Vibrance Lightroom has two primary color control sliders: Saturation … Continue reading…
 
If you only had one lens… This week, we discuss the age-old question: “If you could only have one lens, what would it be?” Plus, we offer a new Lightroom Tip for using local tools globally through a creative application of the gradient tool. The post The Image Doctors #90 appeared first on Jason P. Odell Photography.…
 
Join Rick & Jason on a Photo Safari! We are excited to announce that we will be holding photo safaris/workshops May 9-13 in Portland, Oregon, and July 18-21 in Crested Butte, Colorado. You can see all upcoming events here. Packing Light? How to Slim Your Kit Sometimes, it’s necessary to pack a smaller kit. Whether … Continue reading The Image Docto…
 
Fujifilm GFX 100S Medium Format Camera & more… This week, we get a hands-on first look at Fujifilm’s newest medium format camera, the GFX 100S. This 102 megapixel camera features a smaller form-factor similar to most modern mirrorless cameras. Creating ISO dependent defaults & presets in Lightroom Did you know that you can create adaptive … Continu…
 
Nikon Z9 Announcement Our thoughts on the new mirrorless flagship from Nikon This week, Nikon announced the development of the Z9 mirrorless camera. Although specs were scarce, there are a few things we can infer from the product announcement. Adobe released a new update to Camera Raw, which offers a new feature called “super resolution.” … Continu…
 
Do you need a back-up camera? This week, we discuss the need for having a back-up camera. Do you need one? It depends on your shooting situation and what kinds of camera(s) you use. Sometimes, we’ll use different kinds of cameras as a back-up to our primary camera body. We also take a first look … Continue reading The Image Doctors #86 → The post T…
 
Understanding Eye-Detection Auto Focus This week, we discuss the evolution of eye-detection autofocus systems. This relatively new technology has amazing potential to transform the way portrait and event photographers shoot. We also have our weekly Lightroom tip; this week we discuss how to handle highlight recovery to prevent images from looking “…
 
When should you use Adobe Photoshop in your workflow? This week, we’re discussing our editing workflows, and while they are similar, both of us do things a little differently when it comes to our photos. We then take a look at the role of Photoshop for digital photographers. When we first started out in digital … Continue reading The Image Doctors …
 
What to look for when you’re testing a new lens When you get a new lens, do you test it out? Should you test it out? This week, we’re discussing what to look for when you get a new camera lens, and how to make sure you’re testing it properly. We’ll also give you another … Continue reading The Image Doctors #83 → The post The Image Doctors #83 appea…
 
Alternatives to traditional tripods This week, we’re talking about camera support and stabilization accessories that go beyond the traditional tripod. Whether it’s a tabletop tripod, beanbag, or a DIY strap, we discuss how you can get creative with stabilizing your camera in the field, and which of these accessories we use the most. We’ve also … Co…
 
Sony Alpha A1; Creating a Photo Book This week, we’ll discuss the big announcement from Sony for their new flagship Alpha A1 mirrorless camera, followed by a creative discussion about photo books. While photo books are easy to create, shooting images for a photo book can be very challenging, and that’s why it can be … Continue reading The Image Doc…
 
Is Aerial Drone Photography Right for You? Should you get an aerial drone for photography? This week, Rick asks Jason about his experiences using aerial drones. Over the years, drone technology has grown as they continue to become more affordable. If you are interested in an aerial drone, we discuss some of the restrictions and … Continue reading T…
 
Learning from our mistakes Digital photography is a fantastic learning tool because it provides us with immediate feedback on our photos. This week, we’re discussing all those times where we learned from our mistakes in the field and at the computer, and we share situations where we’ve struggled to improve our shots. Follow The Image … Continue rea…
 
A little night shooting with Nikon Z cameras This week, we took a short field trip to do some evening/night sky photography here in Colorado. It was a great refresher for both of us, as we had to make some pretty important changes to our camera settings for night photography. We also tested the new … Continue reading The Image Doctors #78 → The pos…
 
Finding inspiration for 2021 The single most important component of a camera is the twelve inches behind it” –Ansel Adams Happy New Year! We’ve made it to 2021, and we hope all of our listeners are safe and healthy. This week, Rick and Jason look to draw inspiration from the quotes of famous photographers, and … Continue reading The Image Doctors #…
 
Nikon 50mm f/1.2S Hands-On Review This week, we got our hands on the newly released 50mm f/1.2S Nikkor Z lens. We both had the opportunity to test this lens and compare it to our other 50mm Nikon lenses. In addition to our impressions on optical performance, we’ll discuss what kind of photographer would benefit from … Continue reading The Image Doc…
 
Having fun with alternative cameras and processing Sometimes, a change of pace can do you good. Whether it’s using a different style of camera (think digital rangefinders), or just changing up the way you approach your subject, we’ll take a look at the things we do to stay creative in our photography. Follow The Image … Continue reading The Image D…
 
Creative Compositional Elements You’ve probably heard that the “rules” of composition are made to be broken. This week, Jason and Rick discuss some of these rules and how you can incorporate them into your photographic routine to improve your photos. Join us for a live chat online Tuesday, December 15th! Rick and Jason are hosting … Continue readin…
 
RAW file format options in Nikon Digital Cameras Most of our listeners probably know about the advantages of RAW capture over JPEG, but many cameras also offer a variety of options for configuring RAW files. This week, we’ll discuss the differences between compressed and uncompressed RAW formats, bit depth, and also take a look at … Continue readin…
 
Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8S Z Lens Review This week, we were lucky enough to get our hands on a production copy of Nikon’s newest pro-level Z-mount lens. We tested the new 14-24mm f/2.8S Nikkor Z and came away quite impressed. Hear our thoughts on this lens, how it compares to similar Nikon super-wide lenses, and whether … Continue reading The Image Docto…
 
Holiday Gift Ideas 2020 We have a long list of gift ideas for photographers this year, from stocking stuffers to new cameras. No matter who you are shopping for this year (including yourself), you’re bound to find something interesting on our list. See our complete holiday gift guide at: www.luminescentphoto.com Follow Us on Facebook! www.facebook.…
 
Retouching Portraits Occasionally, we do casual portraits for family and friends, and we always want the result to look professional. This week, we’ll discuss some fundamental techniques for retouching portraits using simple editing tools that work really well. In addition to Lightroom & Photoshop, we also took a look at ON 1 Portrait AI, which … C…
 
How to isolate your subjects photographically Subject isolation is a powerful creative tool in photography, especially with portraiture. This week, Jason and Rick explain a variety of ways to get clean subject isolation in your photographs both in-camera and with editing software. Follow The Image Doctors on Facebook www.facebook.com/ImageDoctors T…
 
The Art of Self-Critique & Image Sharing This week we sat down (virtually) with our good friend and colleague, Eric Bowles. Eric is a freelance photographer and photo educator in Atlanta, Georgia who specializes in wildlife and landscape photography. Eric is involved with NANPA and is also the director of the Nikonians Academy. Eric frequently … Co…
 
New software updates; Use of Color Grading in Photos This week we saw several updates (or announcements) to many of the major software editing tools, including Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop, DXO, and Capture One. In Lightroom Classic, the “Split-Toning” panel has been replaced by a new “Color Grading” module. We’ll take a look at how it works … Continu…
 
Nikon Announces the Z6ii and Z7ii Mirrorless Cameras. Should You Upgrade? This week, Nikon formally announced the “Mark II” release of their flagship mirrorless cameras, the 24MP Z6ii and 45MP Z7ii. We’ll take a look at what’s new in these cameras, and discuss our upgrade philosophies as to whether we’ll order either of these cameras. … Continue re…
 
Understanding and using Camera Profiles for Image Editing This week, we are discussing an oft-overlooked feature of some RAW editing software tools: Camera Profiles. Camera Profiles establish the initial color and contrast “look” of your images, and you can use them in both creative and technical ways. For example, using a low-contrast profile can …
 
Comparing Autofocus: D850 vs. Nikon Z This week we discuss a question from one of our listeners, who is trying to decide on a new camera. He wanted to know our thoughts on the autofocus systems between the Nikon D850 and Nikon Z cameras for photographing birds. Rick and Jason have used both cameras and … Continue reading The Image Doctors #64 → The…
 
Dealing with smoke and haze This summer has seen a very brutal fire season in the western part of North America, and smoke from wildfires stretches from California and Oregon all the way across the USA and Canada. We received a question from one of our listeners via our Facebook page who wanted to know … Continue reading The Image Doctors #63 → The…
 
Nikon 14-24 f/2.8 and 50mm f/1.2 Z lenses; New Sony A7C full-frame camera This week, we got several new product announcements in the photography world. Sony announced the A7C; a full-frame, 24MP camera in a compact body. Nikon announced two new Z-mount lenses, the 14-24mm f/2.8 S and 50mm f/1.2 S. All of these new … Continue reading The Image Docto…
 
Back-Button Focus You may have heard the term “back-button focus” as a way of focusing your digital camera. This week, we take a look at the technique and its pros and cons for everyday photography situations, and how we use it with our own cameras. Follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/ImageDoctors The post The Image Doctors #61 appeared first on…
 
Photographing Fall Colors We’re heading into fall here in the northern hemisphere, and pretty soon the leaves will start turning. This week, we give our tips on photographing fall foliage, one of our favorite subjects! Fall Foliage Forecast (USA) Check out this fall foliage prediction site for when the colors will peak near you. Follow … Continue r…
 
Using Wide-Angle Lenses Last week, we discussed using telephoto lenses, so this week we are going wide! Wide-angle lenses (24mm & wider) are some of the most challenging lenses to use when it comes to composition. Rick and Jason talk about best practices for using wide-angle focal lengths and offer tips and tricks for getting … Continue reading The…
 
Using telephoto lenses Most of us think about telephoto lenses as being useful for sports and wildlife photography. However, this week we’ll take a closer look at other ways you can use long focal lengths, plus tips for how to work with these often large lenses. Follow The Image Doctors on Facebook www.facebook.com/ImageDoctors The post The Image D…
 
Casual Portrait Photography Tips This week, Jason and Rick discuss casual portrait photography, including lenses, lighting, and camera settings. Whether you’re doing portraits on vacation, or taking simple family photos, there are some best practices that you can implement to make your portraits stand out. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/Im…
 
Creating Panoramic Images This week, we are taking a look at panoramic images. Panoramas are generally images that have a uniquely wide aspect ratio. We like panoramas for their creative impact. You can capture panoramic images in a variety of ways, including cropping in-camera or in post, and by “stitching” together several images captured in … Co…
 
Night Sky Photography With comet Neowise still in the night sky, we decided to take a look at the techniques and equipment we use for night sky photography. Find out what kind of lenses work best, and how to set up your camera for stunning night sky photos of stars and the Milky Way. Be … Continue reading The Image Doctors #55 → The post The Image …
 
Nikon Z5 announced, New fixed-aperture telephotos from Canon This week, we’re discussing the just-announced Nikon Z5 and 24-50mm f/4-6.3 kit lens, along with some interesting new telephoto lenses from Canon. These new RF lenses for Canon’s mirrorless system offer fixed f/11 apertures… something we probably wouldn’t have considered prior to mirrorle…
 
Great Sand Dunes National Park, Unexpected Photo Accessories This week, Rick and Jason travel to Great Sand Dunes National Park in Colorado for some much-needed landscape photography using the Nikon Z system. Jason tested the Nikon 24-200mm zoom lens, and Rick discovered a really cool decayed building in a nearby town. Also, we’ll discuss a … Conti…
 
New Canon mirrorless; Nikon 24-200mm follow-up; Infrared photography with the Nikon Z6 mirrorless camera Can you believe it’s been a year since we came back on the air? We’re so thrilled to be able to share our passion for photography with you each week. This week, we have a bunch of topics to discuss, including: … Continue reading The Image Doctor…
 
A Casual Photography Workflow As much as we enjoy being photography enthusiasts and the “craft” of photography, there are some times when you need to scale back to a more casual approach while still using a “real” camera. Whether it’s photographing friends and family, events or vacations, we’ll discuss how you can alter your workflow … Continue rea…
 
Goodbye Olympus, Hello Nikon 24-200mm This week, we discuss the recent announcement by Olympus to divest their camera business, plus the new features added to Adobe Lightroom Classic. Jason received a new Nikon 24-200mm for Z-mount, and Rick got the 10-20mm DX Nikkor to use with his Nikon Z50. The post The Image Doctors #50 appeared first on Jason …
 
Nikon Ambassador Ron Magill This week, we had the special opportunity to interview Nikon Ambassador Ron Magill, who is also the Director of Communications for Zoo Miami. During his 40 year career, Ron has become a proficient photographer as well as a spokesman for animal conservation world-wide. We discussed the role of photography in wildlife … Co…
 
That was then, this is now: old “rules” gone bad This week, Jason & Rick are back with a look at digital photography advice that might have been relevant in the past, but no longer. If you’re still setting your white balance to “cloudy” or “zooming with your feet,” this episode is for you! Don’t … Continue reading The Image Doctors #48 → The post T…
 
Sensor formats & resolution This week, Rick and Jason discuss the importance of sensor size and resolution on image quality, including compact/phone cameras through medium format sensor sizes. Depending on the kind of photography that you do and where you choose to share it, resolution isn’t as important as you might think. We also discuss … Contin…
 
Photographing Urban Decay Old or abandoned buildings in various states of decay are some of our favorite creative subjects to photograph. In this week’s show, we talk about how to get creative and (safely) photograph urban decay and other old buildings, including composition and post-processing ideas. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and leave…
 
Geo-tagging your photos This week, Jason and Rick discuss the how and why of adding GPS data to your photos (geotagging). You can use an GPS adapter on your camera, or use track-logging apps on your smartphone to help you put GPS coordinates onto your images. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ImageDoctors The post The Image Doctors #45 appear…
 
How much retouching is acceptable? This week, we are talking retouching. Yes, every digital image must be processed, but how much manipulation is okay? From simple cloning of object to compositing and sky replacement, we discuss the (sometimes) controversial topic of image retouching and enhancement. If you’re interested in sky replacement, the bes…
 
Sharing and Preserving Your Digital Photos If you’re like us, you probably have hundreds, if not thousands of digital images stored on your computer. Have you ever wondered how those files can be shared and preserved with family or friends? This week, we look into some ways for you to make sure your best photos … Continue reading The Image Doctors …
 
Simple tricks for improving your shots Have you ever struggled to get “good” photos from a particular location or event? Sometimes, it can be hard to come away with a photography that doesn’t feel like a snapshot. Here are some of our tips for getting better photos in the field and working with images in … Continue reading The Image Doctors #42 → T…
 
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