Nicholas Eveleigh

Au Naturel

“I try to keep my food photography as clean and natural as possible,” say Nicholas Eveleigh, a New York-based editorial and commercial still life photographer. Indeed, the hallmark of Eveleigh’s images is uncluttered compositions that are graphically engaging, bringing out the best in the inherent colors and forms of his subject matter.
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Peter Eastway

Capitol Reef

One of the biggest problems with travel photography is the timetable. Sometimes you’re simply not in a location at the right time of day.
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RAW Conversion Workflow Basics

“What is the best way for me to get my RAW (Canon) files converted to TIFFs?” One of the magazine’s faithful readers, Mike P., sent us this great, basic question. I e-mailed Mike some basic advice explaining, in part, that:
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Rob Burman

Building Noahs Ark

The first step in creating the Ark image was to come up with the concept. Once I had the concept I began to lay it out. I had to determine the elements I wanted to add to the image, and started searching the Internet and all the references I had on hand.
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Chris Alvanas

From 2D to 3D

Ever wanted to make a 3D image without the complications and expense of stereoscopic photography? Well here is how we can get from 2D to 3D with a bit of control requiring (in this case) Magenta/Green 3D glasses to see the final effect.
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Rob Burman

Ordinary to Extraordinary

If you’ve looked through a magazine and saw an ad for Cadillac, Chevrolet, Ford, Converse, Coors, Michelin, Coca-Cola or many others, chances are you have seen the work of master illustrator and retouch artist Rob Burman.
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John Paul Caponigro

Continuity

Every screenwriter needs to create it. Every storyboard needs to interpret it. Every director needs to guide it. Every editor needs to refine it. And if you’re a still photographer, you may be called on to do all of these things.
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Mark Zibert

Probably Impossible

With precious advertising budgets being split between different sources of media, how does an ad photographer stay on top? Ask Canadian whiz kid Mark Zibert. After landing his first job for Nike 10 years ago, he’s become a sought-after international talent, and his skills just keep on growing.
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David Julian

Transformation

This was the word running through David Julian’s mind as he left a creative support meeting of a group he founded with other artists in Seattle. The challenge: create an image based on this single word. When completed and added to Julian’s online portfolio, the image would be licensed for the book cover of Debra Lynne Katz’s book Extraordinary Psychic.
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Dennis Jones

The Heaven and Hell of Architectural HDR

After years of hauling around a beast of a 4 x 5 camera and the requisite complement of lighting equipment, photographing architectural interiors digitally is a comparative pleasure. You might think that adding HDR to the mix would simplify things further:
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Benjamin Kanarek

Transforming Celebrities Into Supermodels

Wrapped in sci-fi silver and gold sequined garments, the woman sits in a small crater in the moonscape, seeming naturally at home in this fantasy world in which moon dust stretches to the horizon, rising into hills evocative of the images taken by the Apollo astronauts.
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Photo Courtesy Of Adobe Systems Incorporated

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3

On the surface, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 (LR3) doesn’t look to be packed with new features. And to the users who downloaded the 600,000 copies of the beta software, and the 2000 photographers who participated in the beta-version forums, there aren’t a lot of surprises in the release version (though there are a few, and a few disappointments, too).
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Montalbetti & Campbell

Seeking the Unconventional

Montalbetti and Campbell (M+C) can best be described as one soul in two bodies. For more than a quarter of a century, the Canadian duo of Denis Montalbetti and Gay Campbell have produced a variety of stunning and unique portraits for clients across the globe.
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