Adobe Premiere features built-in tools that help you color correct your video. Virtually every piece of video footage will need some amount of color correction, whether that is to naturally color balance or a creative effect you want to apply to the color rendering of the image.
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?
No matter how expensive your lens is, it’s likely to introduce imperfections to the image. Here are several common items you can correct for:
ON1 Photo 10 sets itself apart with its unique, layers-based approach for styling images. But it also has some quick controls for rapid image correction. This video tutorial from my course, ON1 Photo 10 for Photographers, will show you how to apply those one-click adjustments to your images.
Here, we’ll show you how to use Dodge and Burn to rescue shadows in your photographs and give your image some extra punch. As with many things in Adobe Photoshop (and life), the trick is balance.
Cropping is one of the easiest and most popular ways to improve the look of an image. In this quick video tutorial from my course on Apple Photos for Photographers, you will learn how to crop an image and apply tilt correction to your images in Apple Photos.