What is the best monitor for photo editing? Colour-accurate monitors offer true-to-life reproduction of photographic images, but price and performance varies. We’ve tested four of the top models available to see which monitor is best for photographers.
Canon has revealed a raft of new features and functionality to its Project1709 photo management software, which promises to offer photographers even greater flexibility with their images.
Tired of your stock photography endeavours going to waste? Start making some money from your photography; use these stock photography tips to start setting up your shoots and editing photos in a more commercially minded way.
Are your earliest pictures and duplicate shots holding you back? Our friends at Photoventure asked whether we should all delete photos more often.
Boudoir photography is a relatively new genre and for many women who book a shoot, it can be a life-changing experience. If done properly it is a great confidence booster.
With this in mind, one of the biggest challenges photographers face in this genre is knowing how much to edit their photos.
We delve into the world of Photoshop’s Filters and Layer Styles to show that perfection isn’t always all it’s cracked up to be!
Can the new ACDSee 14 software help you keep your photos organised more efficiently? Read our ACDSee 14 review to find out.
When you shoot dozens of similar shots in the same location, you may end up needing to tweak loads of nearly identical photos.
You could slog through each photo one at a time, tweaking contrast using a Curves Adjustment Layer and then adding a Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer to boost colour, but this repetitive editing process could take ages. A faster way to tackle a group of photos with similar photo-fixing needs is to condense multiple editing commands into a single Photoshop Action.
Personalise your photos by defining and applying your own Photoshop brushes.
This Thursday 5th July Digital Camera World and Practical Photoshop are taking part in Adobe’s Creative Week UK live Twitter chats. We’ll be discussing photo editing and post processing. How much is too much?