In a series of new Sunday guest posts on Digital Camera World, our friends at the blog Life After Photoshop will take a look at some of the top ‘Photoshop alternatives’ and explain the different ways you can use them to organise, enhance and share your pictures.
In their first guest tutorial, they explain how to create a one-click polariser effect in Apple Aperture. And if you like what you’ve read, why not go like Life After Photoshop’s Facebook page!
In the latest instalment of our Raw Tuesday series on photo retouching we explain some of the best Photoshop Actions for portraits and how these quick and subtle tweaks can make a real difference to your images.
Summer is one of the most exciting times of the year to take pictures. One of our favourite summer portrait ideas is to head to the beach and make use of the sunshine to create atmospheric outdoor portrait photography.
In this quick guide we’ll show you step-by-step how to set up your camera and direct your subject to make the most of the natural light. We’ll then show you a few simple edits you can make on the computer to give you atmospheric summer portrait a professional finish!
There’s more to using Photoshop Elements’ Crop tool than chopping out unwanted bits from your pictures. In this Photoshop Elements tutorial we’ll show you how to crop pictures to fix the composition of your images.
In the latest instalment of our Raw Tuesday series on photo retouching we explain simple methods to nip, tuck and squeeze a variety of body parts into shape.
In the latest instalment of our Raw Tuesday series on photo retouching we explain a simple technique for cutting out hair, as well as share how to get rid of roots and drop in a new background.
With just a few clicks you can correct exposure and white balance problems, tweak contrast, remove unwanted objects and add better backgrounds. But with that power comes the ability to make mistakes, bad mistakes.
To make life easier during those early days when you’re just getting to grips with your photo editing software, our friends at Photoventure have for their latest guest blog post compiled a list of the most common photo editing mistakes that photographers make at one point or another, and offer some advice about how to avoid making them.
We don’t always have the time or opportunity to compose photos that are perfect in every way. Sure, you’d like to get it right in camera, but it’s just not always possible to find that perfect angle or ask someone to move when capturing fleeting moments. In one of our most in-depth Photoshop Elements tutorials ever, we show you step-by-step how to use the Clone Stamp tool and Brush tools to remove unwanted objects.
If you thought the Photoshop Pen Tool was strictly for designers and professional photographers, think again. Our jargon-free tutorial shows you how to make cut-outs and super-precise selections.
In the second part of our Raw Tuesday series guide to photo retouching we examine some of the techniques you can use to make your subject’s lips fuller, colourful and more beautiful!