By adding deliberate ‘camera mistakes’ like light leakage, vignetting and grain you can give any photo a cool toy camera look. The Holga effect is perhaps the most popular of these effects. In this tutorial we show you how to use a few simple Photoshop effects to achieve the look of a retro Holga camera.
In this tutorial we’ll show you a really easy way to use simple Photoshop effects to create a sense of shallow depth of field in any image.
Nudes and body photography are some of the most enduring subjects for photographers to shoot, but the challenge lies in finding creative ways to do it. In this tutorial we’ll show you a simple technique of superimposing a shot of flowers onto a nude figure to create a striking and atmospheric composite.
Photoshop Elements’ Recompose tool is a clever function that allows you to alter the ratio of your images without distorting key details. In this tutorial we show you how it works.
One of the most exciting launches Adobe has announced in the past year was Photoshop Touch, the app that brings some of the best features of Photoshop for phone and tablet users.
In this tutorial we show you how a few simple Photoshop effects can add romantic lighting to your outdoor portraits.
We don’t always get the shot we want when photographing elements beyond our control. And more importantly, we don’t often get the opportunity to try again until we get it right. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to use simple Photoshop effects to create a feeling of long exposure cloud movement to make your sharp skies look like they were shot at a slow shutter speed.
In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create a reflection in Photoshop by using transformation tools and filters to add water to landscapes.
If you’ve documented someone’s wedding, a massive photo editing job awaits you. If you’re feeling bewildered by the process of how to Photoshop wedding photos, our tutorial reveals how to structure your digital workflow, along with some tips and quick fixes to rescue your images, as well as add some clever, creative effects.
Raw format vs JPEG is a question that has long-haunted many photographers. We know the obvious benefits of shooting in raw format, but JPEGs also have their benefits.
In our latest photography cheat sheet we perform an exposure test of original JPEGs and processed raw files, which reveals just what raw can do… and what it can’t.