Halloween is coming soon, and now is a great time to try some weird and wonderful effects with your photographs. From vampires and zombies, to distortion effects and creepy glitches, we’ll help you transport your images to another dimension!
Street photographers and photojournalists tell stories with photographs; they have to get the audience’s attention. Here, we’ve put together some useful helpers to make your presentation as engaging as the stories you cover.
New to photo editing and looking for free photo editing software? Check out this list of the best photo editors for exciting effects and filters.
Top Spring Resources for Photography. Spring is in our not-so-distant future for many of us and we’re already looking forward to warmer days and shorter nights. We’ve put together some of our favourite resources from ThemeKeeper Elements to put a spring in your step.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a colorful 3D floral collage featuring a beautiful woman.
“How do I edit my photo to look like (insert famous photographer’s name)?”
Many Lightroom users were surprised when a new slider called Dehaze showed up in Lightroom CC. How does this slider fit in to the existing tools you already know in Adobe Lightroom?
There’s nothing worse than coming home after a shoot only to find that your perfect image has a spot on it. Whether that’s a dust spot or blemish on a subject that’s more obvious in the image than in the viewfinder, you need tools to correct spots.
We have reached one of the most important months in history: Black History Month. Let’s create an amazing collage together to celebrate this month.
I have always been a fan of Japanese art, so I decided to merge two styles together: Afrofuturistic and Japanese. I hope you will enjoy this.
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to use Adobe Photoshop to create a vintage collage featuring a beautiful woman. I will also teach you how to retouch the artwork in Adobe Lightroom.
Have you ever brought home the perfect picture from a shoot, only to find that dust on the sensor has wrecked the shot? Don’t throw away that image just yet!
Everything old is new again! No longer content with technical excellence, photographers have been recreating analog looks with digital images in recent years.
You might already know that you can sort images in Adobe Lightroom based on information from your camera, like capture time and filename, but did you know that you can use Lightroom to create custom sequences of images? This is an incredibly powerful feature for creating visual stories. Learn how in this quick tutorial.