Reduce Noise: a quick, proven method for bagging clean images

Set up your camera to reduce noise: step 3

Disappointed by grainy images? Reduce noise now with our quick step-by-step tutorial.

Raw Editing: what you need to know about white balance correction

Raw Editing: what you need to know about white balance correction

In our latest Raw Tuesday post on editing raw files, find out the subtleties of white balance correction and how to neutralise colour casts.

Raw Tuesday: shooting raw files the right way

Shooting raw files the right way: set up your camera to ensure you capture the most detail possible

In the latest installment of our Raw Tuesday series on shooting and editing raw files, we take a closer look at shooting raw files. By now we all know that you capture more detail when you shoot raw files, but if you don’t set up your camera properly it’s a wasted effort. In this tutorial we explore how to set up your camera to shoot raw and get it right in-camera, as well as answer some of the common questions about shooting raw files.

Raw Tuesday: the best way to save a raw file

The best way to save a raw file: answers to common questions about what raw file format is best and what non-destructive editing actually means.

In our ongoing series about working with raw files, we’ve told what you need to know before shooting raw files, explained what a raw file actually does for your images, how to convert raw files and what edits to make (and when) in Adobe Camera Raw. It’s a pretty exhaustive list, but we’re not done! This week we tackle the subject of how to save a raw file.

Raw Tuesday: what to edit (and when) in Adobe Camera Raw

What to edit (and when) in Adobe Camera Raw: essential advice for how to process raw files to get the best results

In our ongoing series about working with raw files, we’ve told what you need to know before shooting raw files, the honest truth on what shooting raw can actually do for your images and last week we showed you how to convert raw files.

This week on Raw Tuesday we’ll explore what edits to make (and when) in Adobe Camera Raw.

Raw Tuesday: how to convert raw files

How to convert raw files: some of the most common questions about raw conversion answered and explained

We’ve told what you need to know before shooting raw files, and last week we gave you the honest truth on what shooting raw can actually do for your images. This week on Raw Tuesday we’ll explore some of the common questions about raw conversion. Our simple guide should have you getting more from your raw files in no time.

Raw Tuesday: the honest truth on what raw files can do for your photography

How and Why To Shoot Raw: the full truth on what raw can do for your photos

Last week we kicked off our new series Raw Tuesday exploring five key points every photographer should know before shooting raw files. This week we thought we would delve deeper into shooting raw and get into the how’s and why’s. In this article we’ll ask five common questions we hear about raw files, such as ‘do all pros shoot raw?’ and ‘what’s the most useful advantage of raw files over JPEGs’. We’ll explain what shooting raw files can actually do for your images, as well as what it can’t.

Raw Tuesday: 5 things you need to know before shooting raw files

5 things you need to know before shooting raw files

Shooting raw files has become one of the most important photography tips we offer our readers on a daily basis. Yet while most photographers agree it’s important to shoot raw files, the nuance of fine-tuning and editing raw files is at the top of said photographers’ list of most common photography problems.

In our new weekly series, Raw Tuesday, we aim to demystify the experience of shooting and editing raw files. Every Tuesday we’ll bring you new tips and tutorials strictly relating to using raw files.