NOIR - Black And White Presets Pack For Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop
19th January 2022

Yes, I have indeed just released my first black-and-white presets pack for Adobe Lightroom (and Photoshop)! A couple days ago, I received the news that my photos will be exhibited at the Black-And-White Photographer Of The Year exhibition in New York at the end of February. So I thought it was finally time to release this black-and-white presets pack that I have worked on for so long. Myself, I’m not necessarily a...

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London fog video editing breakdown
2nd December 2020

I’m publishing a video editing breakdown of my latest YouTube video, “Fog”, to thank you all. The feedback you are giving me on these latest cinematic vlogs and the response on YouTube have been incredible. I am still a very small channel and seeing that my recent videos are watched by thousands of you means a lot. A lot. So, thank you all very much! This video editing breakdown is split into...

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How to Edit the Milky Way in Adobe Lightroom
24th July 2020

Do you want to learn how to edit the Milly Way in your photos, so it really pops? Good! Because this is exactly the content of the video I just published on YouTube! I went with my friend Robert to Stonehenge, UK, for a night out, hoping to get some good shots of Comet Neowise again. And also the Milky Way and all we could squeeze in one night. My photo of...

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Luminar 4.1 AI Sky Replacement
15th January 2020

The new update to Luminar 4 is here. It’s a minor update, but it has some interesting features and a few fixes. If you are remotely into photography, you must have least heard of Luminar. In particular, with the last milestone, version 4, their marketing campaigns have been quite aggressive in building hype. Skylum went all in with the promotion of its Artificial Intelligence. And one of the most discussed features is...

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Kyoto Golden Pavillion
7th January 2019

In this blog, I start disclosing my editing workflow, and the first topic I’d like to introduce is Luminosity Masks. Luminosity Masks are something you might have heard before, mostly if you shoot Landscape/Cityscape. In a nutshell, they are selections based on tones that allow for refined adjustments. In their basic form, they broadly target highlights and/or shadows. But they can be further refined to include mid-tones or narrow down an image’s...

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