(Editor’s note: This is a guest post by photographer and educator, Tim Grey.) There are many situations where the color in our photographs can be particularly challenging to get right.
(Editor’s note: Guest contributor Steve Inglima concludes his series of posts about the view camera and how its aesthetic informs digital photography. This article offers ways to add view camera functions to DSLRs. Read part
(Editor’s note: Guest contributor Steve Inglima continues his discussion of the view camera and how its aesthetic informs digital photography. This installment explains the circle of coverage in relations to
Bryan O’Neil Hughes and Howard Pinsky join Melissa Niu and Rich Harrington to discuss the state and future of Photoshop. Bryan, the Senior Product Manager for Photoshop at Adobe, helps
In this episode, Rob Sylvan and Levi Sim answer questions about Lightroom. There are several terrific gems and pro-user tips on tools like making presets, using the print module, adjustment
As a working professional who relies on Canon gear to run my business, I get excited when I wake up to news that there’s a new flagship camera on the
Lightroom is great to quickly enhance images, but sometimes you need Photoshop to fix the image. This tutorial covers Auto Lens Correction, copying selections and masking.
Lenses lie… It’s a simple truth. Do you want to xinsure that your photos are as accurate as possible? You should realize that all lenses distort images (at least a
Are you interested in video? Welcome to our series on how to edit video using Adobe Photoshop. In this sixth episode, you’ll learn how to color correct and grade your
Many often have a difficult time when color correcting or enhancing images. They generally lose sight of the goal: making the image look better while still being believable. Many users
Learn how to remove unwanted bending from a photo using the new Adaptive Wide Angle command in Photoshop CS6. With just a few clicks your photo will look dramatically better.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to merge two raw photos to capture a wide photo in a tight space. You’ll also learn how to match settings between RAW
You probably know that all cameras have some sort of distortion with their lenses. Adobe has tried to fix this with their Lens Correction filter which is available both in