Our top photography articles of 2012
I can’t believe another year is coming to a close. I always love this time of the year and it gives me the opportunity to take a few minutes to sit back and reflect on whats happened in the past year. This year we have seen a record number of people to the site and I am thankful to each and every one of you for helping to tweet and share this site with others. It’s awesome to get feedback and emails from many of you who have learned something from this site and are becoming better artists. For me my goal has always been to share my passion and love for photography and build a great community of artists that can learn from each other and share our creative passions.
Today I wanted to share some of the top viewed articles from 2012.
Free Vintage Lightroom Presets – Our top visited post this last year is a collection of some free lightroom vintage presets that I had created.
10 quick lightroom tips – Lightroom articles, tips and presets made up most of our top 20 articles for this past year. This post I think wins for the most popular on Facebook with 712 likes on the post!
Exporting images in Lightroom for iPad – A quick review on how to best export your images to view on an iPad.
10 amazing examples of tilt shift photography – I love to post some inspirational images to help give us all a little creative spark and this was in the top 20 from the last year. Check it out for some great tilt shift photos.
How to Create a Digital Lomography Look in Adobe Lightroom – Check out this step by step guide on how to create a lomo look with our digital camera.
Pricing your photography – A heated issue for sure and something that sparked some very interesting comments. It’s an old post but still totally relevant and somehow grabbed a ton of traffic this past year. I think a follow up article might be coming soon!
I am looking forward to a great 2013 and creating lots of new content for everyone. We have covered a lot of Lightroom articles and will continue with more but also focusing on Adobe Photoshop this upcoming year as well as a newer program some of you might not have heard about yet, Pixelmator. So stay tuned for some great stuff coming in 2013!
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