There are a number of ways to convert your photos of friends and family to black and white portraits. We’ve found 5 unbeatable photo ideas for giving your pictures a punchy mono makeover.
Here we show you how to quickly correct the white balance of your Raw files using the tools in Elements’ Camera Raw editor. Different light sources have different colour temperatures: simply put daylight is cool and blue, and indoor light is a warm yellow/orange. Your DSLR’s white balance settings are designed to compensate for different… Continue reading
We explain how to retouch photos like a pro using Free Transform and Liquify tools in Photoshop, as well as how to clean up skin using the Healing Brush and Clone Stamp.
Photoshop Elements 14 has been announced, but has Adobe pulled out all the stops for its new budget version of Photoshop? We take a look at what’s new in this Photoshop Elements 14 vs 13 comparison.
In this photo editing tutorial we’ll show you a quick and easy way to create a motion blur effect in Photoshop using the Path Blur and Spin Blur tools. Download our start image and follow along.
Turn the world upside-down as we show you how to replicate reality by photographing reflections and then flipping the image on its head.
We show you how to turn an average city scene into an intriguing urban abstract using this fast photo editing technique.
We show you how to spice up your portraits by adding out-of-focus effects. You’ll learn how to make bokeh in Photoshop by creating your own custom brush tip then using filters and blending modes to make bokeh.
Thanks to the change to a subscription system that costs £8.57/$9.99 per month, more photographers than ever before have access to one of the most powerful image editing software packages available, Adobe Photoshop. However, all that power brings the ability to get things wrong. Let’s take a look at 10 of the most common mistakes made by photographers when using Photoshop.
Adobe Lightroom is a good friend but a dangerous enemy, so it’s important every now and then to gauge your progress and make sure you haven’t fallen into some bad habits. Here are some tell-tale signs that mark you out as a raw editing rookie and workflow wally!