There’s a great piece by Adobe on their blog about visual trends, “Natural Instincts: Finding Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Wellness on Planet Earth.” Unless you’re living under a rock (which
This morning, Adobe announced its February round of updates to its Lightroom ecosystem. The most exciting new feature is Enhance Details, which is powered by Adobe’s Sensei technology. Harnessing the
Sometimes, even the best of us have to deal with underexposed images. Here is a comparison between three popular RAW developing software plus important tips to help us in our
The golden ratio or golden mean — have you already heard about it? It’s a very popular composition rule in the photographic world. But did you know there is a
This morning, Adobe has announced the winner of its “Summon the Terror of Undermountain” contest, in partnership with Wizards of the Coast. The contest, which asked artists to create a
Overnight, Adobe released updates to its photography ecosystem, including Lightroom Classic, Lightroom CC and Camera Raw. The updates contain a variety of improvements as well as support for new cameras
In this article and video, I’m going to show you how to change the look of the sky in a photograph using a basic layer mask that we attach to a
We’re sorry to interrupt your holiday if you are celebrating. But if you’re an Adobe Creative Cloud user (or want to be) this is a great sale and it only
Adobe has partnered with Wizards of the Coast for a crazy Photoshop contest. They’re looking for people to design a scary Dungeons & Dragons monster. No, seriously. Instead of the normal 7-day
On Tuesday, Adobe gave a sneak peek to attendees of the Adobe MAX Conference, of upcoming technologies that may or may not make it into future versions of Creative Cloud
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Fresh off the announcement of Photoshop CC for the iPad, I had the chance to sit down with Stephen Nielson, Director of Project Management for Photoshop, to discuss the new
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Adobe has officially announced that it’s bringing Photoshop CC to the iPad and other devices. First rumored this summer, the new version of Photoshop CC will deliver a familiar interface
In this article, I’m going to show you how I use Lutify LUTs in Capture One Pro 11 (CO 11). These LUTs will work in any software that supports LUTs like
The color look up adjustment layer unlocks the power of LUTS, or look up tables. This is a powerful operation that allows you to transfer color information between applications, or
Built into Photoshop are several excellent gradient maps that make it easy to do black-and-white conversion. These are different than the techniques you’ve seen earlier and sometimes I’ll combine them
Apple has officially released its latest MacOS — Mojave, version 10.14. This new version highlights features such as a system-wide Dark Mode, Stacks, Dynamic Desktop backgrounds and several new apps.
I’m glad to see that Adobe are actively improving a really useful feature in Photoshop. Content Aware Fill has been a really useful tool for me, and if you haven’t tried
More and more, video is becoming a standard for client projects. Photographers, web designers, marketing folks have all realized that motion is a great way to tell engaging stories. Sometimes
This year, Adobe is doing something really cool for creatives. At its annual Adobe MAX Conference, taking place Oct. 15-17 in Los Angeles, the company is asking creatives to give