In this Adobe Lightroom tutorial we’ll show you six fundamental edits that you can apply to any picture you take.
Knowing how to cut out people can be one of the most challenging photo editing techniques you can learn. In this tutorial we show you how to cut out people in just six easy steps using the Refine Edge tool.
Blend modes offer the quickest and easiest way to combine images creatively. Discover our 7 best tips for using them to create professional-looking images.
Adobe Lightroom is one of the most popular raw conversion and image editing software packages around, and now that it is supplied with Photoshop CC as part of Adobe’s photography plan, it’s being used by even more people. In this article we take a look at a few Lightroom tricks that this powerful package has up its sleeve.
Photoshop CC subscribers can take advantage of a host of new features, tools and apps. Here’s our pick of the improvements in Adobe’s Photoshop CC 2014 update, and a quick user’s guide to how they work.
Discover how to create a customised, virtual photo gallery, which you can then export or upload to a website using the Lightroom Web Gallery feature.
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.
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.
Discover how Lightroom syncs both your photos and your adjustments with your iPad – you can even see your Collections in a web browser – using Adobe’s new Lightroom Mobile companion app.