Introducing Robert Lounsberry, the friendly voice behind our helpdesk.
Lightroom guru Andrew Gibson demonstrates a couple quick workflows that take advantage of batch processing with Exposure.
Yes, friends. Exposure 6's release is right around the corner: we'll be officially throwing the switch on June 10th, which means it's just one week away! What better way to get your engine revved up than by watching the official trailer? There's no better way--exactly. So, we've made one for you to watch. Feast your eyes on this new video and get excited along with us. We're so close!
If you haven't read the first two parts of this series, check out Matt’s introduction article and his first shoot. I made plenty of colorful
The Photo of the Month award for May goes to this striking image entitled "sheltered" by Mary Cufflin from Leicester, England. In my book, a successful image is one that makes you think. Often, a photo can leave you with more questions than answers and technical perfection is seldom relevant. This photograph leaves me feeling uncomfortable - the centred subject, the negative space, the fact we don't see the child's face; but it works because it makes me stop and think.
Last week, the extremely talented Sue Bryce and Felix Kunze got together on CreativeLive for The Lighting Challenge: Natural vs. Studio. Part of the workshop focused on Sue and Felix's differing approaches to using Exposure 5 as the key ingredient of their post-processing workflow. You can catch part of the Q&A session they gave free over on the CreativeLive site now. Check it out!
There are loads of new features in Exposure 6; many of them came from the advice of users like you. We just put the final touches on a very important video tutorial entitled: “What’s New.” Below the video is a summary of what’s been done to turn this epic software title up a notch.
For those of you that don’t know, Alien Skin isn’t a huge place. There are less than a dozen of us on the team. With
Our blog readers may not know everyone at Alien Skin, so introductions are in order. This is the first installment of a new series appropriately