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.
In this shutter blending tutorial we’ll show you how to combine images to show both a split second and a longer stretch of time.
Are your seascapes often flat and lifeless? In this tutorial we show you how to use selective adjustments and Clarity in Adobe Lightroom to add punch and contrast to your images.
In this quick double exposure portrait tutorial we’ll show you how to combine images with easy Blend mode effects to create striking, dream-like pictures.
Do your sunrise and sunset images often look flat and dull? Try these simple photo editing tips to make them more dramatic!
In this quick tutorial we’ll show you how to use your camera to make striking abstract images that bring out your inner Rothko…
Adobe Lightroom is an incredibly powerful image organisation and editing software package. Of course the downside to having such a powerful tool at your disposal is that it’s possible to make some pretty significant mistakes, especially when you’re first learning how to use it.
To help out we’ve drawn up a list of the most common mistakes that photographers make when using Lightroom and have some advice about how to get things right from the outset.
The low-cost kit lenses you get with digital SLRs or compact system cameras don’t have much of a reputation, but is that fair? They might be cheap, they might be light, they might not have earth-shattering specifications, but they do have some qualities and advantages that are all too easily overlooked. Here are eight reasons why cheap kit lenses are the perfect lens.