Recently my wife and I went on perhaps our most epic photo trip ever to places we have always wanted to visit… 16 days, 4328 miles of driving, 8 states, 6 National Parks, 2 National Monuments, 1 National Battlefield, 1 National Wildlife Refuge, 2 National Forests, and 1 National Grassland. We experienced dramatic weather, wonderful scenery and magnificent wildlife!
I will be using some of my favorite Topaz tools and techniques that I use everyday (including the recently upgraded Texture Effects 2) to demonstrate how easy it is to create wonderful art and memories, hoping to show you just a sample of the enhancements you can achieve using this incredible software!
We love the change in seasons at Topaz. And now the beautiful fall colors are fading away and snowy whites and icy blues are taking over with these Wonderful Winter Wonderland Photos! Check out our favorite images created by Topaz users just like you:
1. This Vintage Scene
Photograph by Bob Kramer
Website | Behind the Lens
Bob crafted this image of a C-30 Pick-Up with Topaz Restyle. Bob is a regular contributor to the Topaz Discussion Board! Continue Reading
Join photographer and educator Rad Drew for this workflow and artistic webinar as he shows his method of using Topaz tools to turn your images into works of art. Whether using Topaz Impression or Topaz Texture Effects, see how Rad Drew processes images using these and other Topaz products to create beautiful works from color and infrared images.
Welcome to another post from our Topaz series, Behind the Lens! Today we’ll be learning more about Bob Kramer of Rat Rod Studios. Learn how Bob got started and see his work flow process, hear about creative challenges, and see a collection of images!
From Drawing to Post Processing
I was an art major in school and decided to use a camera instead of drawing by hand when I was around 30 years old. I also enjoyed taking photos. Now I prefer the post process of working on an image. I really enjoy taking images of things that tell a story… like the homeless on Venice and Santa Monica beaches. I’ve never like to take wedding or birthday photos or that type of photography.