“Flowers” – Tips on how to photograph flowers is a great coffee table piece to add to your home or business. Janice Sullivan, owner of Sullivan J Photography, gives you tips on how to think two dimensionally so you can make creative beautiful flower images. The print book has 88 pages of Janice’s favorite photographs. She also gives you a variety of tips to help you think before you push that shutter button.
Print Book, 88 Pages Standard Landscape, 10 × 8 in. (25 × 20 cm)
Print books have professional-grade paper, superb printing, binding that looks good and feels great.
- Durable, acid-free, archival-quality papers from Mohawk®
- Deep, rich blacks for superb contrast and image reproduction
- A range of premium cotton and linen Hardcovers
- Long-lasting library binding, precisely and individually bound by hand
Quality Hardcover ImageWrap book $68.99
Quality Softcover book $56.99
We had a lot of fun making this book and hope that you enjoy it too! As always, if you have any questions please use the contact tab above or email us here: info@sullivanJphotography.com.
Purchase “Flowers” we know you’ll love it!
Sullivan J Photography Team
Bluehost.com is the company that I use to store my website on. This blog is on wordpress.com which is free and it’s nice but it has limitations to what I can add to my site so I have my main website Sullivan J Photography on Bluehost with a WordPress.org theme. I wrote a more detailed review on Bluehost.com on that site, to read the details click here. In the video below I show you the behind the scenes on using Bluehost.com.
This is what I talk about in the video:
· How easy it is to start a website
· How to use the cPanel
· One Click Installs
A bit more for you….
As you saw from my video, WordPress is easy to download from Bluehost, but if you would like some creative templates check out the links below. Bluehost gives you easy instructions on how to download any templates you purchase from these companies and Photocrati and Graphpaper Press also have tutorials to help you on their site for Bluehost hosting.
Photocrati specializes on Photographer websites but unfortunately they are not responsive. I have emailed them asking for this, hopefully, they will come through because nowadays you really need your site to look great on phones and tablets.
Graphpaper Press is responsive and looks great on small devices but is more expensive than Photocracti.
If you have any questions, you can comment here or just ask Bluehost…let them know you saw my post and wanted a bit more info from them.
Have a great day!
Sullivan J Photography
This is one of my latest fine art image of a rose. It’s actually a bit different from the other Macro Lens Pai … http://p.ost.im/R4SVhS
Sorry all…I accidentally sent this blog post from my main web page to my tips and lessons blog
Snapshots is an important tool to use when post processing in Adobe Camera Raw. I absolutely recommend using snapshots if you like to change-up your images. It’s an easy way to save the steps that you have used in ACR for that particular image. See this tutorial on how I use the Snapshot tool.
Check out my other articles and tutorials on my website at: http://www.sullivanjphotography.com
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- Tutorials for Photographers: ACR 10 – Presets (sullivanjphotography.com)
What is a preset? Adobe Camera Raw can save the steps you’ve made while processing an image.
Presets can make your post production move much faster. In this video I will show you what a preset is and how to make one. I also give you a couple of quick tips and discuss why you should make or purchase presets. I talk about OnOneSoftware.com and their free preset downloads and show you a site where you can convert your Lightroom presets into xmp files and manage your ACR presets.
I use presets all the time and feel that if you want to save time, a preset is perfect for that!
Have a great day!
- Tons of Free Photoshop Lightroom Presets (designeasy.co)
- Free Lightroom Preset for Autumn Colors (photofocus.com)
Today I’d like talk to you about plug-ins. What is a plug–in? Basically, it’s an extra piece of information that you install to your software like Lightroom or Photoshop to do a variety of things. Whether it’s enhancing your image or loading your image to different places it makes your work a lot faster and easier.
Today I’ll show you how to:
Download a plug-in
Install a plug-in to Lightroom
Save plug-in’s in a safe place
Delete a plug-in
Want to see more tutorials from me? Check out my website by clicking on the image below or the website tab above.
Have a great day!
- Preview 2 of Photoshop Lightroom Plugins Released to Labs (blogs.adobe.com)
- PSKiss BlackMagic (layersmagazine.com)
- Demo: How To Use Adobe Camera Raw as a Filter in Photoshop CC (blogs.adobe.com)
- Rules of iPhoneography: Create Movement in Static Images [Video Tutorial] (iphonelife.com)