17 09, 2014

Exposure Workflow Highlights with Sue Bryce

By |September 17th, 2014|Exposure, Photography, Tutorials|0 Comments

If you missed out on Sue Bryce’s CreativeLIVE demo Monday, have no fear. Highlights from her broadcast are in the video below. In it, Sue explains why she

16 09, 2014

Nikki Harrison

By |September 16th, 2014|Alien Skin Software, Exposure, Fun, Photography|2 Comments

One of the really cool things about the Alien Skin Exposure User Group is that we get to see a lot of really high quality work coming in from talented photographers around the globe. Case in point: Nikki Harrison of the aptly named Elegant Portraits from West Vancouver, Canada whose gorgeous images have really caught the eye of a lot of group members. I recently caught up with Nikki to find out a little more about her journey as a photographer, what makes her tick and how she uses Exposure in her workflow.
11 09, 2014

Exposure’s Bokeh Basics Video

By |September 11th, 2014|Bokeh, Exposure, Tutorials|0 Comments

Just put the last coat of wax on a brand new video for you. This one focuses on the controls in the Bokeh panel

2 09, 2014

The Face of Exposure 6

By |September 2nd, 2014|Exposure, Fun, Philosophy|2 Comments

With the launch of each new software product, we choose one image to be used for the boxshot. Now that we’re digital only, boxshots

28 08, 2014

Parker J’s B&W Conversions in Exposure

By |August 28th, 2014|Exposure, Fun, Tutorials|0 Comments

Parker J Pfister–the man, the myth, the legend–recorded a video tutorial demonstrating his workflow for creating eye-grabbing B&W conversions. His preferred tooling for converting images to

13 08, 2014

Andrew Foord Exposure 6 Workflow Video

By |August 13th, 2014|Exposure, Fun, Photography, Tutorials|0 Comments

Greetings, blog readers. You may recognize the name Andrew Foord. He is a regular guest on the blog, check out the articles he’s written, here.

Andrew is

7 08, 2014

Salvador Carmona

By |August 7th, 2014|Exposure, Philosophy, Photography|3 Comments

Salvador Carmona is is one of Mexico's leading wedding and portrait photographers. As a Canon Ambassador and educator, Salvador regularly provides workshops and seminars the length and breadth of the country. Since shooting his first wedding in 2007, his rise to the top of the industry has been nothing short of meteoric. However, Salvador's success has not been handed to him and he had to go to some dark places to get to where he is today. Here's Salvador's story in his own words.
6 08, 2014

Jeff Ascough Webinar

By |August 6th, 2014|Exposure, Tutorials|0 Comments

Hello ladies and gents, if you missed out on the fun of yesterday’s webinar with Jeff Ascough, don’t worry. We have you covered. Below

24 07, 2014

Jeff Ascough Exposure 6 Webinar

By |July 24th, 2014|Announcements, Exposure, Fun, Tutorials|14 Comments

We're pleased to announce that we will be running a webinar with world-renowned wedding photographer Jeff Ascough on Tuesday, August 5th. During the session, Jeff will talk us through his use of Exposure 6 as part of his post-processing workflow and give hints and tips on how to get the most out of the software. to reflect your specific style and brand. Jeff will also be answering questions sent in, so definitely check it out and get involved.
17 07, 2014

Fundy Software Location Shoot with Andrew Funderburg

By |July 17th, 2014|Alien Skin Software, Exposure, Fun, Photography, Tutorials|4 Comments

Today, we'd like to welcome guest blogger, Andrew Funderburg (aka Fundy), to the bridge of the mothership. For those who may not be familiar with the name, Fundy Software is a really great company putting out fantastic product for the photography and design industry. If you haven't checked out the Fundy Designer suite of products, you really should head over to their website to get a look at what you're missing. Over to you Fundy!"In this blog post I’d like to share with you the steps I took to get the look I needed. This shoot was planned for a series of print ads for Fundy Software. I am the founder of Fundy Software, but having been a working photographer, I miss the craft and use our own ads for my artistic outlook. I don’t claim to be the best photographer in the world, but to quote Susan Stripling, “not bad for a software guy.”