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His main passion is creating images that mimic what the human eye sees, especially in landscape photography (view Ben's website).
He knows he can count on the presets — Dynamic Pop II is a favorite — anytime he needs to speed up his workflow. Rick Sammon teaches his students to "explore the light" for great photos, and Topaz Adjust helps him do that in post-processing.Unlike our eyes, a camera lens can't compensate for all the tonal values we see right in front of us.If you shoot something bright, you’ll lose all the details in the shadows, if you shoot something dark, the highlights will be blown out.He has photographed in almost 100 countries around the world and gives over two dozen photography workshops each year. You’ll be hooked after trying Topaz Adjust just once — you’ll get better results in less time.It's like having a magic genie in your digital darkroom!
I fine tune my artistic vision with very intuitive adjustments that can either make my images pop or add a mood that cannot be achieved in Photoshop.” Blake Rudis remembers the exact moment he became obsessed with creating hyper realistic images back in 2010.