Clive Nichols wins GMG Garden Photographer of the year

 

Congratulations to Clive Nichols for winning the award, always nice when clients do well.
Clive is obviously very talented, he loves his subject and he loves light, always a good combination for a photographer!

Clive backs this up with a good imaging workflow that allows him to select, grade and retouch his images to a very high standard in a very short time.
Proud to have helped train and develop Clive’s workflow with him. You can see more of Clive’s images here: www.clivenichols.com

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New Wildlife Photographer of the Year book: Portfolio 27

 

Had an interesting and fun evening at the Natural History Museum last night at the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards.

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BBC Blue Planet II

 

Having worked on all the stills inside the new book of the BBC’s Blue Planet II for most of the year its a great relief that the project is no longer secret!

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Mark Carwardine – analogue artwork to digital press

 

Very pleased to see Mark Carwardines new book drop through the post recently: Mark Carwardine’s guide to Whale Watching in North America, USA – Canada – Mexico.

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Getting View: Print Size to work properly in Photoshop

 

I love using “Print Size” in the Photoshop “View” menu as it allows me to see how big the image will print in the physical (real) world.

The chances are that if you try this with an image in your Photoshop the result will be incorrect (for instance a 10″ image may be nearer 7″ on screen). The reason for this is that by default Photoshop assumes you are using an early Apple monitor that has a resolution of 72dpi. In actual fact most modern monitors display many more dots per inch (pixels per inch) hence making the print preview too small. To make an accurate sized print preview you need to enter the actual dpi for your particular monitor.

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