photo editing

Using AirMagic to process your drone photos

Using AirMagic to process your drone photos

In this article and video, I’m going to show you Skylum’s new drone specific software, AirMagic, for taking your drone photos, both JPG and DNG RAW, and quickly producing beautiful

Why I'm loving Topaz Studio AI-Clear

Why I’m loving Topaz Studio A.I. Clear

A.I. Clear is a tool from Topaz Labs that claims to eliminate noise, remove artifacts, restore detail and sharpen images simply and easily. How does it work? The company describes

Creating a Favorites Set in Perfectly Clear

Creating a favorites set in Perfectly Clear

Editor’s Note: Perfectly Clear is offering Photofocus readers a special $99 bundle, including Perfectly Clear Complete and SharkPixel presets. A $163 value! There are times in Perfectly Clear, when I make

Making magic hour in Perfectly Clear

Making magic hour in Perfectly Clear

Editor’s Note: Perfectly Clear is offering Photofocus readers a special $99 bundle, including Perfectly Clear Complete and SharkPixel presets. A $163 value! The Magic Hour or Golden Hour is my favorite

Fixing images with Accent AI in Luminar 3

Luminar 3’s Accent AI is a great filter to explore with any of your photographs. It can be especially helpful with photographs where you have underexposed or overexposed them or have

One touch vignettes in Perfectly Clear

One touch vignettes in Perfectly Clear

Editor’s Note: Perfectly Clear is offering Photofocus readers a special $99 bundle, including Perfectly Clear Complete and SharkPixel presets. A $163 value! Vignettes are an important part of your photograph because

Photoshop CC is coming to iPad in 2019

You might have seen an article by Bloomberg that came out earlier this month, discussing Adobe’s plans to create a full-fledged version of Photoshop for iPad tablets. This won’t be

How to simply create powerful black & white images

(Editor’s note: Making photographs on an active railway is not only a flagrant violation of safety, it is also seriously illegal. Michèle Grenier, the author of this article, made the accompanying

How to Make Wildlife Photos Look Great with ACDSee Ultimate

With wildlife, moments are fleeting and there are, literally, once-in-a-lifetime photo opportunities. While it is ideal to “get it right in the camera”, I also believe that while we create photos in the camera, we finish them in the digital darkroom. Some moments we capture are worth a little extra work to rescue if a mistake is made in settings or the light wasn’t quite right at the time.

In this article I’ll take you through how I process my wildlife images in the Develop Mode within ACDSee Ultimate 10 to get them looking their best, or to rescue shots that need a little extra help.

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Color Correction for the Best Skin Tone

Editor’s NOTE: Photofocus is proud to welcome master photo educator Lee Varis to our roster of authors! Subtle Adjustments Make all the Difference Every photo needs some amount of adjustment