Motion blur, which makes a subject look like it’s moving quickly, has become a familiar effect in photos and movies – even though it doesn’t exist in real life. In this in-depth tutorial we show you how to recreate this classic photo effect using Photoshop.
Discover how Lightroom syncs both your photos and your adjustments with your iPad – you can even see your Collections in a web browser – using Adobe’s new Lightroom Mobile companion app.
In this quick photo editing tutorial we show you how to be a digital makeup artist and use Photoshop to enhance your portraits.
Go beyond simple saturation tweaks and learn how to selectively enhance, adjust and alter colours in our latest Adobe Lightroom tutorial.
In this quick tutorial we show you some of the special photo effects you can create in Photoshop by mixing different images together using Blend modes.
Nikon DSLRs can create more than one type of NEF file. In this quick tutorial our friends at the Nikon magazine N-Photo explain the effect bit depth and compression have on your Nikon raw files.
In this panoramic photography tutorial we’ll show you how to stitch frames together to capture more of the scene.
In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to brighten up night time pictures by adding light trails in Photoshop.
It’s hard to define at which point a popular or fashionable effect becomes a cliché, but when it’s done badly on a regular basis it’s definitely a problem. Let’s take a look at nine of the biggest photo editing cliches and what you can do to avoid them.
Do your highlights look blown out? Do your shadows look too dark? In the latest of our Lightroom tutorials learn how to use the software’s Histogram to reveal hidden detail.