In this tutorial we’ll show you how to create a reflection in Photoshop by using transformation tools and filters to add water to landscapes.
What are adjustment layers in Photoshop? You’ve probably heard the term countless times, but remain unsure what they do. In this quick tutorial we’ll explain how Photoshop’s adjustment layers can provide a flexible, non-destructive way of editing photos.
If you’re looking for some new family photo ideas and are bored of the same traditional poses, creating a multi-frame photo grid like that popularised by the television show The Brady Bunch is a really fun and easy option.
Are your portraits looking dull and lifeless? Photoshop’s Adjustment Layers are just what you need. We explain how simple non-destructive tonal changes and Photoshop effects can enhance and transform your people pictures.
Our Adobe Lightroom 5 tutorial explains how to use the new tools in the Develop Module to enhance, retouch and correct distortion.
Download our free Photoshop actions for black and white landscapes and give your landscape photography a monochrome makeover!
In our latest Photoshop tutorial we take an in-depth look at the Photoshop Lab Color mode and how you can use it to retouch scenes with incredible precision, giving your photos a professional quality.
Want to add impact to your otherwise average landscape image? Thanks to a few simple Photoshop Elements tricks you don’t have to keep wasting photos. In this Photoshop Elements tutorial we explain 4 ways you can use Curves and the Gradient tool to make your landscapes stand out.
A panograph is like a low-tech panorama, but as we show in our latest tutorial, its characteristic fragmented, home-made look can produce some fascinating pictures.
In this quick Photoshop Elements tutorial we show you how to blur water using simple Photoshop effects to recreate the classic slow shutter look.