What are adjustment layers in Photoshop? You’ve probably heard the term countless times, but remain unsure what they do. In this quick tutorial we’ll explain how Photoshop’s adjustment layers can provide a flexible, non-destructive way of editing photos.
Getting to grips with your photo editing software can be quite a challenge if you’re just getting started. In this tutorial we’ve compiled 18 of the best photo editing tips and quick fixes for photographers who want to beat some of the common problems with colour, tone and composition.
Adobe Camera Raw is now so good that we find we barely need to open images into Photoshop any more. Such is the depth of tools and commands on offer that you can perform almost every task you need to in Camera Raw.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial we show you how to use Adobe Camera Raw to boost colours and details in different areas of your images.
Are your portraits looking dull and lifeless? Photoshop’s Adjustment Layers are just what you need. We explain how simple non-destructive tonal changes and Photoshop effects can enhance and transform your people pictures.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial on editing raw format files we explain how the Camera Raw editor in Photoshop Elements can help rescue your travel photos from some of the common mistakes photographers make.
Sharing photos online has never been easier, but it does present risks. Does the Photoshop Save for Web feature really protect your images?
Our Adobe Lightroom 5 tutorial explains how to use the new tools in the Develop Module to enhance, retouch and correct distortion.
In our latest Raw Tuesday tutorial we’ll show you how to make adjustments to your landscapes in Adobe Camera Raw to get a well-exposed shot with more detail in the shadows, mid tones and highlights.
Download our free Photoshop actions for black and white landscapes and give your landscape photography a monochrome makeover!
In the latest instalment of our Raw Tuesday series on photo retouching we explain some of the best Photoshop Actions for portraits and how these quick and subtle tweaks can make a real difference to your images.