Beginner’s Guide to Photo Critique| Use This Checklist Before You Upload
The desire to share our photos is an innate piece of being a photographer. However, in a social media driven industry, we must remember to put our best work forward at all times. Here are a few quick reminders for you to think about before sharing your latest shots with the world!
Apple’s New ‘Photos’ App Makes Its Debut – Aperture & iPhoto Put To Rest
Apple realized iPhoto and Aperture were doing neither them nor anyone else any favors, so they’ve created ‘Photos’ which has just made its debut.
Lightroom 6 Is Coming But Will Require Better Hardware
Adobe announced there will soon be the next big release of Lightroom, but you may need to upgrade your computer to handle it.
Your Trusty Wacom Intuos Tablet Ever Given You A Problem? This Is Likely The Fix.
Wacom tablets are a God-send and integral in your workflow, but sometimes they can go wrong. Here’s a fix to most problems and it’s dead easy
Using LRGB Processing & Image Stacking To Render Gorgeous Night Sky Images
You probably have all the gear you need to take ‘stellar’ night sky images, but learn how to process them to really make them brilliant.
Lightroom Mobile For Android Is Here| Useful Or Useless?
Lightroom has finally released Lightroom Mobile for Android. But why aren’t we too excited?
Quick Tips On Shooting A Lifestyle Shoot Into The Sun & Processing In Lightroom
In this video tutorial, Serge Ramelli takes a common situation we often find ourselves in, shooting into the sun, and shows how to handle it in camera and in post.
The Best Way To ‘DeFish’ Your Fisheye Images | Video
Fisheye lenses are great for shooting super wide fields of view, but the distortion is so extreme that sometimes you may want to try and ‘defish’ your fisheye images. There are several ways of doing so, with varying results, and today, I wanted to share with you the best way I have come across yet.