A Beginner’s Guide to Adobe Lightroom 4
Adobe Lightroom 4 is post processing and file management software for photographers, and it’s currently the best alternative to Apple’s […]
Picasso Style Cross-Section Self Portrait Trick (Photoshop)
The last self portrait tutorial I wrote went down a treat, so I thought I’d try my hand at another […]
How to Reduce Digital Noise in Photography
What is Noise and Where does it come from? Lets cover this, just so that we’re all on the same […]
How to Create Tilt-Shift Photos in 5 Easy Steps (Photoshop)
A true tilt-shift photo is done using a tilt-shift lens, and they’re typically used for architecture photography, to fix the perspective of […]
Hidden Camera Mirror Photo Trick (Photoshop)
As I was browsing the internet for cool photography links earlier this week, I stumbled upon this very interesting article, […]
How to Use the Burn & Dodge Tools Instead of HDR
If you’re like me and don’t particularly like the look of HDR photos, but still want to find a balance in exposure when shooting two contrasting brightnesses, then you will definitely find the burn and dodge tools very useful. They’re used a brushes in post production software, so you can add them where they’re needed.
How to Remove Lens Flare With this Clever Trick
Lens flare can be a lot of fun to work with, but often, it just gets in the way of a great shot. Using the trick I’m about to show you today, you’ll be able to produce much more natural and even exposures, with just the help of a small amount of post production. Lens flare can now be a thing of the past.
How to Manage Your Photography Workflow for More Productive Work
This article is all about how to keep your files safe on your computer as well as making them easy to find in the future. By following these simple instructions, you can make sure that you never lose a photo again.
A Photo Glossary Of Post-Processing Terms
I’ve stated before on multiple occasions that I don’t use photoshop to process my images, but I do use Apple’s Aperture to make some minor adjustments to them. It took me a while from when I first started out, to really understand how to fully utilise the software and to work out what all the major settings did. Hopefully, with the help of this tutorial, you should learn exactly what each step does and how to use them to your advantage.
How to Post Process Photos of Models Without Overdoing it!
I’ve said before on multiple occasions that I’m not really a fan of post processing for post processing’s sake, but I do tend to find myself processing photos of models a little bit more then any other sort of photography. The reason behind this is that there’s lots of small changes that you can do to help your photos look better, in just a matter of minutes.