In this Nikon ViewNX 2 tutorial we’ll show you how to use ViewNX 2 to non-destructively improve the colour, tone, and exposure of a raw file. We’ll also show you a cheat sheet guide to the Nikon ViewNX 2 interface, highlighting its key areas.
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 latest Raw Tuesday series special on using Adobe Lightroom, we show you how to streamline your photo editing process using the Quick Develop tools.
In this instalment of our Raw Tuesday series uncovering Adobe Lightroom in greater depth we take a closer look at your photo sharing options. Prints, Facebook and Flickr are not the only way to share photos in Adobe Lightroom. You’ll find three more.
The Adobe Lightroom Develop module is where serious photo-editing happens. In this instalment of our Raw Tuesday series uncovering Adobe Lightroom in greater depth we take you on a tour of the Develop module interface, show you what each panel can do and, finally, how to take more precise control for professional-quality edits.
In part 2 of our special Raw Tuesday series within a series on getting to know Adobe Lightroom, we continue our investigation of what Adobe Lightroom offers photographers in terms of photo management with an in-depth look at Lightroom’s Library Module.
Adobe Lightroom is often referred to as the ‘alternative Photoshop’, but in truth this powerful photo editing software is much more than a budget alternative. To kick off the new year in style, we’re dedicating our popular Raw Tuesday series on editing raw format files to a thorough investigation of Adobe Lightroom and what it actually offers photographers who want a sophisticated photo editing software that combines image cataloguing, Raw conversion and non-destructive editing.
Each time they open a new image, the first question most people ask is ‘Can I do anything to improve the tones?’. Even if you have a perfect exposure, the answer is usually ‘Yes’. A few tonal tweaks will often lift an image, especially if you shoot in raw format, as raw files are naturally a little flat straight out of camera. One of the best tools for controlling and tweaking tones is the Photoshop Levels tool.
In the latest post of our Raw Tuesday series on editing raw format images find out exactly what each slider in the in the Adobe Camera Raw Detail Panel does – and when to use them.
In the latest post of our Raw Tuesday series on editing raw format images we show you how to make selective adjustments to your raw format files with three key selective adjustment tools in Adobe Camera Raw.