Tell me what YOU want to know.

I’d like to have at least a post a day but trying to come up with ideas of what to talk about can be difficult and I don’t want to do articles on things that maybe you just have no interest in ( I think color management may have been one of those such posts)

So tell me in comments or email me of something that may be of interest for you or even a question you have that may make a great subject for a post.

After all, this blog is for YOU, I hear myself talk all day long so I don’t need to hear what I have to say 😉





  1. Miguel Palaviccini October 20, 2011 at 9:52 am #

    Alright, here goes 🙂

    First off, let me say that I really like that you share your presets. I also like that you explain your methods, instead of just saying “well, that’s the way it is”.

    I think it would be really interesting to see your post processing workflow. One of the main things that I have learned from you is that the output from the HDR software should be treated as just another RAW file to work with. However, it would be really cool if you did a series on post-post processing. Meaning, what do you do after you have have merged the images into an HDR? I know that different images have different “recipes”, but it may be beneficial to see how you think. Along the same lines, are there certain things that you try to fix before merging an HDR? Are there things that you only fix in Photomatix/Nik? And are there things that you know are best fixed in post?

    Just some ideas from me. Can’t wait to see what others have to say … but more importantly, I can’t wait to see what you come up with!

    • Peter October 20, 2011 at 1:24 pm #

      Thanks Miguel!
      That sounds good. I’ll probably do that like I have done before my “Anatomy of a Shoot” and take you through the process as I do it with more emphais on the processing workflow

  2. pete October 27, 2011 at 1:57 pm #

    Hi, recently stumbled upon your site and it is an eye opener for me! It might be contrived, but my suggest would be to make something salvagable from “mistakes”. Where, perhaps, there was camera shake on one of the bracketed shots (happens to me waay too often) or something like that. BTW, I wish you would enable right clicks on your links. I’d much rather open a link to B&H photo or amazon in a new tab in my browser instead of a new window. Thanks for listening. And, thanks for the website. Now to play with your car 🙂

    • Peter October 27, 2011 at 2:15 pm #

      Thanks for the comments and suggestion Pete.
      And your wish was my command. I’ve been wanting to disable that for a while was just too lazy to look for it. It’s done now.

      Thanks again

  3. Stephen P. October 31, 2011 at 7:05 pm #

    One thing that I have always been struggling with is HDRs into the sun. Because you can never expose for the sun, Photomatix usually has a hard time in and around the sun in the picture. If you have already posted about this, let me know because I haven’t finished looking through all your old posts.


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