Below is a selection of “Before and After”s of my most popular photographs. On the left side is the image before processing and on the right is the image after processing using Adobe Photoshop and or Lightroom.
Each image’s processing flow is unique and may be comprised of a number of techniques or only a few!
Using the slider bar in the middle of each photo, slide to the left or right to view the “Before” or “After” of each image.
If you want to learn the techniques and skills showcased here, so you can apply them to images of your own epic adventures, consider a personalized “Digital Darkroom” skype session or a Private Workshop at your preferred location. Contact Us for availability or, if you prefer to learn in a group setting, check out our Group Workshop page to sign up for upcoming Group Workshops or Photo Tours!
Interview With Iceland Photo Tours By Serena Dzenis - December 2019
Photographer of the Month: Joshua Snow Interview with American photographer Joshua Snow By Christian Hoiberg
Matt Payne Photography Blog: Interview With Joshua Snow On F-Stop Collaborate And Listen - April 14, 2017
Interview with Landscape Photographer Joshua Snow By Loaded Landscapes - Mar 30, 2018
Landscape Photographer Reveals Secret to Success with Joshua Snow By FStoppers
Interview With Joshua Snow by Photography Talk
Podcast interview With Joshua Snow By The Photog Adventures - September, 2017
"Beyond the typical Photo" with Joshua Snow - Interview by David Johnston and the Landscape Photography Show
ABOUT JOSHUA SNOW
Capturing the Essence of Water From rivers to streams, streams to the seas, waves and rapids. Capturing the power, and softness of water is a real challenge. One must ask themselves when approaching the churning surf, or the windy stream beneath a thunderous fall,...
Focus Stacking for Sony using the Sony RMT-P1BT Bluetooth remote Howdy All! Its been a litle while since I have written anything new! Somehow it feels like it has been a busier year than previous. I have a cool find for you today! Some of you may know that I recently...
Shaping light and creating a visual path I think of visual flow and composition like music, carefully orchestrated with a tremendous crescendo. Visual flow is how the eye connects the compositional elements and flows through an image. Composition is the most important...
Focal Length Blending for Landscape Photography In this short article I'll explain how and why one might want to blend focal lengths. It's a controversial topic, but one I am asked about more frequently than anything else! Focal length blending for landscape...
Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography Part II In Part 2 of "Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography" I have included a short (13 minute) video outlining just one of several ways to blend your focus stack using Photoshops built in Auto-Align and Auto-Blending...
Focus Stacking for Landscape Photography and Understanding the Limitations of Hyper-Focal Distance In this TWO part tutorial I will discuss depth of field, hyper-focal distance, their limitations and the ins and outs of focus stacking as a way of overcoming...
Why a tripod is every bit as important as the camera you rest upon it, and my top 3 choices
The battle of depression in art, and how to use it to become a better photographer!