If the corners or edges of your images sometimes appear much darker than the rest of the frame, vignetting is probably the culprit. Vignetting is aberration that occurs when less light reaches the corners of the camera’s sensor, and in the resulting image these areas are more under-exposed (or darker) than the centre. In this post we show you some simple ways to banish it forever.
Use Photoshop Elements to solve common lens problems like coverging verticals and vignettes Digital Camera’s 10-part series ‘Teach Yourself Photoshop’ builds into a complete video reference library. These easy-to-follow video guides will take you on a start-to-finish journey through perfecting your photos in the digital darkroom. In this tutorial, you’ll find out how to remove… Continue reading
Get a cool toy-camera lomo look with your digital photos in this simple 6-step Photoshop Elements guide Lo-fi toy cameras, like the Lomo and Holga, produce pictures where normal considerations of quality are completely forgotten, but interest and vibrant colours are added instead. Rather than crisp, sharp images, the resulting pictures end up with a… Continue reading