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October 19th, 2015

Adobe Giveth, and Adobe Taketh Away…

Posted By Jason Bradley
The new (and temporary) Lightroom Import dialog
Quite recently, Adobe gave us all Lightroom 6.2, which was an update that was, well, a not so welcome one. It was fraught with issues of crashing and bugs and many users and educators were shocked to see a total overhaul of the Import dialog’s user interface (UI). In fact, there were so many problems, …
 
March 21st, 2014

Gearing Up for Joshua Tree… and 3 quick tips for making star trails

Posted By Jason Bradley
The silhouette of a Joshua tree after sundown.  Shot at 1.3 seconds, f18, ISO 200 and with a 14-24 Nikon f2.8 lens.
This year, next month really, we are returning to Joshua Tree National Park for another workshop.  Yes, I am known mostly as an ocean dude, but if the truth be known, I do all sorts of photography and have been venturing inland more and more over the last several years to explore California’s well-photographed landscapes.  …
 
October 3rd, 2013

Hello OP Readers!

Posted By Jason Bradley
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Hello world of outdoor photographers!  Please allow me to introduce myself: my name is Jason Bradley.  I’m a nature and underwater photographer based in Monterey, California; I teach workshops in the field and in the classroom on many different topics; I partner with Wetpixel.com to lead expeditions for underwater photographers; I’m a new Focal Press …