Time Blending and the Matsuda Effect – Hubert Matsuda Episode 229

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I really enjoy having my good friend Hubert Matsuda on the podcast because he brings such a positive vibe and Hawaiian flair. Maybe that’s what he’s dubbed the “Matsuda Effect” to life.

On this podcast episode we are going to talk about the Matsuda effect in photography post-processing.

If you have ever doubted the importance of post-processing in photography or have been afraid to jump into the world of the digital darkroom, Hubert is going to ease your concerns.

In this episode, we are going to discuss post-processing and blending with Photoshop and how to shoot that in the field as well.

What’s more is that Hubert does a great job sharing his faith in photography as well, which we also touch on. It’s a big decision all photographers should explore when answering the question, “Why am I a photographer?”

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