What is the best photo editing software? Recently we reviewed 6 of the top image-editing programs on the market. In our latest Raw Tuesday post we put them all head-to-head to find out which is the best photo editing software, offering photographers the most complete package of features and ease of use along with value for money.
On paper, Serif’s photo editing software PhotoPlus matches Photoshop – but how easy is it to use? Find out in our Serif PhotoPlus X6 review.
Not everyone has the latest photo editing software. But everyone from time to time wants to correct exposure problems. This quick tutorial shows you a really simple technique for how to make selective adjustments using older versions of Camera Raw.
In our Corel PaintShop Pro 8 review we weigh the pros and cons of this budget photo editing software to determine if it’s a viable option for photographers.
In the final instalment of our Raw Tuesday series looking in-depth at how to use Adobe Lightroom, we explore the many options for printing photos in Lightroom.
In our DxO Optics Pro 8 review we weigh the pros and cons of this photo editing software to determine if it’s the perfect Photoshop alternative for photographers.
The Photoshop Ruler tool enables you to measure the distance between two points, and even the angle of lines in an image. In this tutorial we show you how to use it to straighten a wonky horizon.
In our latest Raw Tuesday series special on using Adobe Lightroom, we show you how to streamline your photo editing process using the Quick Develop tools.
Find out how to make ‘on trend’ portraits with muted colors. In our latest photo editing tutorial we show you how to use Adobe Camera Raw to get creative with desaturation to make portraits with a touch of class.
What’s the best way to resize photos for web use, email or on-screen viewing? In our quick guide we show you the best method to follow.