Using the data saved from your images can really help out your workflow and complete management of your photos. Ensure you understand how, with us!
If you’re new to Lightroom (or even if you’re reasonably familiar with it), Phil Steele recently put together a Youtube video that is a great way to become a little more familiar with the inner workings of this amazing piece of software (which currently holds the top spot in our roundup of the best photography […]
Photography and Art go hand in hand because they are the same thing. Creating beautiful art through a camera is what is so enjoyable about it all and taking the time to produce those images you can be proud of is worth the investment of your time.
Lightroom users! We have a great tutorial here on how you can fully utilize the power of the Details Tab, by really boosting the quality of your images…
Converting images to Black and White or “Monochrome”, can really put that kick into your images that are lacking presence. Check out this Lightroom post…
Luminosity masks are a post-processing technique in Photoshop that is commonly used by landscape photographers on a single RAW image or to create a high dynamic range image with digital blending. It is essentially a method of making selections based on the luminosity value of the pixels.
By default, we are used to Photoshop doing the heavy lifting, with all sorts of techniques and tricks being used. However, Lightroom is a tool that can’t be underestimated in this field too. Ok, it doesn’t have the flexibility that Photoshop does, but it’s certainly very capable at retouching portraits.
Of course, it’s best if you get everything right in camera first time: light, color, pose, everything – however, it’s not always going to swing your way! So, plan your shoots accordingly if you can in order to avoid heavy repairs in post production, since you never know how they will turn out.
We all know how immensely powerful Photoshop is. From a simple contrast tweak to advance photo composites, we can do it all within the confines of this amazing software. Sometimes the array of options and techniques can seem bewildering and today we are going do a step by step walk through of four useful techniques that […]
Post production is a massively important part of every serious photographers workflow and is something you ignore at your peril. While it will not save a bad photograph, some well applied post production can make a good shot shine. We have put together some of our favourite resources so you can get up to scratch. […]