Get start files for the December 2015 issue’s Digital Darkroom tutorials, plus files to accompany the Restore Old Photographs ebook included with this issue In Digital Camera 171, on sale from Friday 6th November, our Digital Darkroom section helps you develop your image-editing skills, with guides for Lightroom and Photoshop. Where indicated in the tutorials,… Continue reading
Get start files for the December 2015 issue’s Affinity Photo guide, sponsored by Serif In a sponsored guide in Digital Camera 171, on sale from Friday 6th November, we present the image-editing tools available in Affinity Photo for Mac OS X, and explain how you can use Affinity Photo to enhance your own photos. You… Continue reading
It’s Halloween, and what better time to make a zombie portrait! In this zombie tutorial we’ll show you how to use Photoshop to give your portraits a macabre twist by adding blood, scars and other horror effects.
Looking for a compact, convenient memory card case that’ll keep your cards protected and your kit bag tidy. We put six great options to the test.
Sadly, there isn’t a button on your camera, or a menu function in Lightroom, called ‘good taste’ or ‘sophistication.’ Creating elegant, tasteful images is something that comes with practice, and it’s highly subjective; it also depends on the genre. ‘Tasteful’ might be suitable for interior design photography, but shouldn’t be a consideration if you are… Continue reading
Traditional ball heads are versatile and a geared head is great for precision work. But when it comes to supporting big full-frame telephoto lenses for wildlife or sports photography, you need a big head, or rather your tripod does. Simply using a larger ball head isn’t ideal, as having the weight of a hefty 400mm+… Continue reading
This month in his series, Scott Kelby explains how to control harsh natural light to create stunning portraits.
In this nude photography tutorial we show you how to master lighting and posing to create captivating fine art images of the female form.
Is it worth paying a premium for a more expensive camera? What exactly are you getting for that extra cash?
Here are 9 rules that we think every photographer should follow…