Hi! I am a Norwegian 54 old man and I’ve been living all my life in the northern parts of the country, above the arctic circle.
I’ve been told I am one of the best Aurora shooters but I don’t agree to that, though… But I don’t know anybody else that is committed to this kind of photography as I am.
How I Got Started
Before I got ill, and on a disability pension, I was working as a technical engineer in one of Norway’s biggest hospitals. So what used to be a dear hobby, has now become more like my daily routine…
Here at Topaz we have a program for every need! We have programs for the technical photographer and the artist alike. If you’re new to plugins or new to Topaz, you may be wondering what is Topaz Adjust? Well, it’s one of our most popular programs and it is sure to take disappointing images to beautiful images that fully reflect your photographic vision in brilliant contrast, depth, and color.
Imagine this: You see an awe-inspiring sight and it’s breathtaking! It’s the waterfall you hiked 5 miles to see. Maybe it’s the playtime your children are enjoying together on a warm summer day. It’s the classic car you’ve been dreaming of for 30 years. Whatever it is, you can hardly take your eyes off it and you have to capture the memory, immediately. You raise your camera and snap away!
But then… your excitement fades as you realize the digital version pales in comparison to the real thing. If only there was a way to make the image fully reflect your photographic vision in brilliant contrast, depth, and color…
…and there is with Topaz Adjust!
Bren Ryan, English amateur photographer, is back! Join us as she shares her Texture Effects and Adjust workflow to add Peeling Paint Texture to photographs and images.
Welcome to another post from our Topaz series, Behind the Lens! Today we’ll be learning more about photographer Jim Harris. Learn how Jim got started and learn about timed exposure, hear about creative challenges, and see a gallery of breathtaking images! Read more of Behind the Lens with Jim Harris…
Under the Creative Influence
I come from a family of talented artists. My Mother dabbled in painting but my Uncle, Marty Gunsaullus, was one of my earliest and main influences. He has made his living as an artist in Los Angeles his entire life. Marty is mainly a painter but he did do a lot with black and white film photography back in his early days. That truly inspired me.