Ever since I acquired my first orb 3 years ago I love taking pictures with it and over time I have discovered what I like to see in my orbalicious photographs. I hope this 5 tips will help you find what you like in your images.
When creating tiny planets, making them seamless is the hardest part. Click through to read some tips & tricks about how I make my tiny planets; in particular, how I use blurring to fix the seam :) It is a simple process that achieves stunning results!
This image of a snowed forest was created using a vertical "motion blur". Click through to watch my simple and easy mini-tutorial and learn how to do it yourself in Photoshop CC. It is the first first video tutorial that I've ever made!
The latest update of Lightroom CC added the capability to merge panoramas, making creating images with a wider field of view a very simple task! Click through to learn how to create panoramas using Lightroom, as well as some tips on shooting the best images for a beautiful panorama.
Are you familiar with neutral density filters? Click through to read about what type of photographs I like to take using neutral density filters and the physics behind the large colour cast of very opaque high ND filters.
Have you ever wondered why the sky is blue, the sun is yellow and sunrises/sunsets are red? This is due to Rayleigh scattering from the air molecules. The molecules scatter more blue light than red light so when looking at the sky it seems blue! Click through to learn more.
Would you like to learn the secret art of making tiny planets? They are magical and enchanting. Click through to find out how to create your own tiny planet in Photoshop in just 6 simple steps :) It's easy peasy and very addictive hehe.