Month: April 2012
7 Essential Newborn Photography Props to Start Your Collection
Learn where to find the best newborn photography props. Where To Find Them – How To Safely Use Them
Queensland, Australia: Here I Come
Since I was a little girl, I always dreamed of visiting Australia. While I dreamed about it, I did not imagine it becoming a reality until I was older than my current age of 40. Well, it’s happening. I am going to my dream destination as a blogger correspondent for Tourism Queensland. And, I will…
Giveaway: The Epiphanie Camera Bag Contest
This contest is over. The winner is entry #: 1,234 – Teresa Schmid Look for an exciting, new contest starting this Wednesday. Every female photographer with a d-SLR wants a stylish way to carry her gear. If you want a camera bag to hold your camera, lenses, flash and even car keys and wallet, our…
Giveaway: The Epiphanie Camera Bag Contest
If you want to carry your camera gear in style, make sure to enter to win a Epiphanie camera bag now.
Newborn Photography: How To Achieve The Blanket Fade In Camera
Learn this easy trick to getting great blanket fade without a lot of editing and hassle.
Project MCP: Highlights for April, Challenge #3
Hello Everyone and Welcome to this week’s Project MCP Highlights edition! Perusing the Flickr gallery this week definitely made me wish I had a green thumb. There are several beautiful shots of both weeds and exotic flowers in full, brightly colored bloom. There are also a few clever interpretations of the challenge, which made us…
Newborn Photography: Editing Jaundice Newborn Images Made Easy!
Yellow baby skin is no match for MCP’s Newborn Necessities Photoshop Action set. In a few quick clicks you’ll have perfect skin tones.
When Did “Mean” Become Popular?
If you can’t say it nicely, don’t say it. Only offer criticism when asked and make it polite and constructive.
Editing Newborn Images in Photoshop Just Got Easier and Faster
If you photography newborns, you need to have this Photoshop action set. It makes editing baby images quick – and help you get the looks you want.
Project MCP: Highlights for April, Challenge #2
The pool of inspiration for April, Challenge #2’s highlight post was not “shallow” (pun intended). In fact, the Flickr gallery is waist-deep with beautiful, interesting and creative photos taken with a shallow depth of field; so much so, that the Project MCP Team could not narrow their favorites down to only a few. Here are…
Newborn Necessities Sneak Peek Plus Contest Winner
On Monday, April 16th, MCP Actions will make editing newborn photos easier and faster. When you photograph newborns and babies, you need these Photoshop actions! The winner of our contest to win a copy of Newborn Necessities before it is released to the public is: Aleesha Rhoades – entry 416 (decided that number was…
Transform A Vacation Snapshot Into Art Using Photoshop Actions
Alter a photo into a work of art using Photoshop actions.
Vacation Photos: The Ins and Outs of Travel Photography
Here’s a first hand account on how I take and edit large quantities of vacation photos.
MCP Actions Is Changing The Way You Edit Newborns: Plus A Giveaway!
Coming next week – the only Photoshop action set you will ever need to edit newborn images.
Newborn Photography: Learn NOW!
Learn posing, soothing, and handling of newborns for the best newborn photography.
Project MCP: Highlights for April Challenge #1 and Capturing a Photo with a Shallow Depth of Field
If the old adage “April showers bring May flowers” holds true, there will be colorful blooms all over the place in my part of the country very soon! Given the large amount of rain that has blown across the United States, capturing “wet” should have been a cinch (I hope you have been as lucky…
The Power of Curves For Editing in Photoshop: A Tutorial
Curves is the most powerful tool in Photoshop. To edit well, you need to learn to use it to the fullest. Learn some basics now.
Organize Your Document Files and Photos For Good
If you find your desktop and folder system is a wreck, start organizing with these quick, easy ideas.
Troubleshooting Text Tool Problems in Photoshop
So I was busily editing away late one night creating an invitation for one of my clients when to my horror all my text disappeared. Gone. Nada. Nothing. Nix. Invisible. All. Of. It. Then I noticed a very strange thing in Photoshop: Instead of showing the colour of my text, the text colour box just…