How to make Christmas cards from your photos: a simple method for any skill level

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 11/12/2013 00:01am
    How to make Christmas cards from your photos: a simple workflow for any skill level

    We photographers are always talking about wanting to do more with our photos. With the Christmas season upon us, now is the perfect opportunity to walk the walk we’ve been talking about all year. In this tutorial we’ll show you how to make Christmas cards from your photos using a quick and easy method that anyone can follow.

    Lens Correction tricks for Photoshop: how to correct distortion and optical flaws

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 04/12/2013 00:01am
    Lens Correction tricks for Photoshop: how to correct distortion and other optical flaws

    Correcting distortion and other common lens errors can be a real chore. In this tutorial we show you a few simple ways to use Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop’s Lens Correction filter that can cut your editing time down significantly.

    How to use Lightroom to reclaim highlight and shadow detail

    | Tutorials | 02/12/2013 12:19pm
    How to use Lightroom to reclaim highlight and shadow detail

    Adobe Lightroom offers powerful highlight and shadow recovery tools that can go a long way towards rescuing your images from common exposure problems. Find out how to use Lightroom to reclaim lost detail and stop wasting otherwise good pictures!

    Photoshop black and white conversion tips: the best ways to make mono images

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 26/11/2013 00:01am
    Photoshop black and white conversion: contrast control

    There are many ways to make black and white images in Photoshop, but some are better than others. In this tutorial we reveal the best all-around Photoshop black and white conversion techniques to evoke the true magic of monochrome.

    Adobe expands budget Photoshop CC offer to everyone

    | News | 21/11/2013 11:22am
    Adobe cuts Photoshop CC price tag for Creative Suite users

    Adobe has expanded its Photoshop Photography Program offer to everyone, regardless of whether you own a previous version of Photoshop.

    Make a composite image in Photoshop Elements: how to use Layers to add depth

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 21/11/2013 00:01am
    Make a composite image in Photoshop Elements: how to use Layers to add depth

    Photoshop Elements is more than just a Photoshop alternative. Discover how you can use Layers to make a composite image in Elements, replacing dull skies and creating an overall image with wider depth of field.

    Portrait editing: simple tricks to add a touch of class to your people pictures

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 20/11/2013 00:01am
    Portrait editing: simple tricks to add a touch of class to your people pictures

    Perfect your people pictures and flatter your subjects with these simple portrait editing tricks.

    Nikon Capture NX2: how to create outstanding black and white conversions

    | Tutorials | 18/11/2013 00:01am
    Nikon Capture NX2: how to create outstanding black and white conversions

    Discover how Nikon Capture NX2 photo editing software can make tonal adjustments based on colour to improve contrast and composition in your images, helping you make stunning black and white conversions.

    Geotag photos: how to embed location data in Photoshop Elements 12

    | Photoshop Tutorials, Tutorials | 15/11/2013 12:34pm
    Geotag photos: how to embed location data in Photoshop Elements 12

    Discover how Photoshop Elements 12 allows you to geotag photos and organise your images according to where they were captured and view them on a map.

    Create amazing composite images with PhotoKey 6 Pro software (Promo Feature)

    | Inspire | 15/11/2013 00:00am
    Create amazing composite images with PhotoKey 6 Pro software (Promo Feature)

    Discover how green screen photography and FXHOME’s compositing software PhotoKey 6 Pro software can help you create stunning images you’d never be able to capture in-camera.

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