Join John Barclay, professional photographer and workshop leader, for this product introduction webinar as he covers the new feature, tools, tips, and tricks with the new Texture Effects 2. We’ll cover a ton of new features including the updated masking module, transparency support, unlimited undo/redo, and more!
Photography is all about story telling. Today’s post-processing tools can help us craft the story we’re telling almost as much as the shooting of the image. In this webinar, Tell Your Visual Story, Rad Drew shows how he uses Topaz Labs products such as Adjust, Impression, Glow, and Texture Effects, to help him tell a story with his color and infrared images.
Powerful Masking on every level.
Texture Effects 2 features not only Overall Masking of the effect, but also Custom Masks for each adjustment you apply. Whether you prefer a Spot Mask, Color Mask, Luminosity Mask, or Traditional Brush Masking, Texture Effects 2 puts the power in your hands.
Join Heath Robinson in learning about the masking options in this quick 2 minute video:
It is very tempting to think that post-processing in photography is something disconnected from the rest of the photographic process, and particularly so from the capture of images in the field. The truth, however, is that post-processing should not be considered a separate step in photography, but rather as the continuation, or should we say culmination, of a whole photographic process which started the moment we had an idea in our mind that we wanted to capture in a photograph.
Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day…
The opening line of “Time” from Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album; 10 words I repeat often when the world seems to conspire against my creative will. If I had a buck for every time a photographer at an iconic location said to me “Shame there aren’t any clouds” – well, I’d have about $70, but you get the point!
Time is precious, moments in the wilderness or in nature are priceless and people work hard to enjoy some solitude and tranquility. If you choose to spend some of this time outside making photographs, the weather and shooting conditions are important and it is very easy to measure your enjoyment of your free time by the quality of the images you make.
In this article I aim to demonstrate that even on days when there are no clouds or spectacular colour, with harsh light, mist, fog or even rain, that our lives can be filled with creativity and beauty.