In this photo editing tutorial we show you how to edit a raw file twice and blend the two images for better, striking results.
If you want to get the very best results from your digital camera then you need to shoot raw format images. Fortunately, there are some great raw converters around. In their latest guest blog post the photo management experts at Photoventure round up your 6 best options.
In this quick tutorial we’ll explain the best image size and quality for photographers who simply want to send email attachments or share photos online.
Nikon DSLRs can create more than one type of NEF file. In this quick tutorial our friends at the Nikon magazine N-Photo explain the effect bit depth and compression have on your Nikon raw files.
Do your highlights look blown out? Do your shadows look too dark? In the latest of our Lightroom tutorials learn how to use the software’s Histogram to reveal hidden detail.
Is shooting in raw format really worth going the extra mile for? In this tutorial we take a look at all the benefits.
Shooting raw format photos means fewer pictures on your card and more time spent editing your images. So why do nearly all pros do it? Below find answers to 8 common questions every beginner has about shooting raw format.
You can! Many DSLRs now have their own raw converters built in via their in-camera editing menu. You can even adjust raw parameters before saving a JPEG conversion. Here’s what you need to know…
In our latest Raw Tuesday post we turn our attention to file sizes and how shooting raw vs JPEG can make a big difference in how many images you can store on a memory card.
We all know the benefits of shooting raw format. In most situations you’ll find yourself, it will be more beneficial to shoot raw files. But when shooting sports, JPEG images offer a significant advantage. In our latest photography cheat sheet we explain how.