Recently we showed you 9 simple edits the pros use to retouch portraits. Today we’ll show you seven more professional tips you can use to enhance your subjects for beautiful faces, skin and much more.
One of the first things we learn when we start taking photography seriously is that ‘aperture’ controls depth of field… but there’s more to it than that.
In one of our most popular posts of last year we shared eight of the most common travel photography mistakes photographers make and suggested some simple ways to make every shot count when you’re travelling with your camera.
Today we’re going to get ahead of the curve and try to stop these mistakes before they happen by exploring 14 things you can do on holiday to give your travel photos a greater sense of creativity and originality.
In this portrait retouching tutorial we’ve got a selection of professional retouching techniques for reshaping bulges in clothes, boosting skin and adding depth with the Dodge and Burn tools.
As well as announcing updates to 14 desktop apps in its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe has confirmed that its photography program, which was previously billed as a special offer, will be a permanent feature.
The plan includes access to the Photoshop CC and Lightroom desktop applications with free upgrades when they are available, mobile and web apps, 20 GB of cloud storage and a Behance ProSite for £8.78/US$9.99/AU$9.99 per month when you sign up for a one-year plan.
PhotoLive 2014 is fast approaching and we’re getting excited about the tips, tricks and useful takeaways we’ll get from some of our favourite professional photographers.
PhotoLive is taking place in Leeds (23 Aug), Edinburgh (30 Aug) and London (06 Sep) and there are over twenty seminars to chose from.
Here are eight things you’ll learn from a day out at PhotoLive:
What is an essential camera feature and what is just a camera gimmick? Everyone will hold a different opinion, but here’s our list of some unnecessary features which you can probably do without.
Nikon V3 review: this new Nikon 1 camera adds a tiltable touchscreen and a slew of cool, new features. But how good is it, really? Amy Davies puts it to the test.
A city’s souvenir shops are invariably awash with clichéd postcards of local landmarks, but by thinking creatively it’s possible to capture something much more striking and original. Here are five fun urban photography ideas to get you started…
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.