Adobe Creative Cloud For Photographers

Adobe Creative Cloud For Photographers

As you probably aware, a while ago Adobe went to a subscription model for their popular products so the Creative Suites are no longer and have been replaced with the Creative Cloud subscription model. In the photography world many people complained a lot about this, why pay $49.99/mo for the creative cloud when you only … Continue reading

Lightroom 5 – Visualize Spots

Lightroom 5 – Visualize Spots

Dust spots are the bane of photographers. It seems that no matter how much you clean the sensor in the camera and make sure the lens is clean or how careful you change lenses, or even if you don’t change lenses those pesky dust spots quickly come back. If you shoot nice clear blue skies … Continue reading

Photoshop Tutorial- Mystery Masks

Photoshop Tutorial- Mystery Masks

Introduction Masks can often be a source of confusion and mystery for people when you first set out on your Photoshop journey. However, once you get the hang of them they soon become a “can’t live without it” tool. In this tutorial we will go through some of the basics and how they can be … Continue reading

Photoshop Tutorial- Soften Skin, Keep the texture.

Photoshop Tutorial- Soften Skin, Keep the texture.

Introduction Softening skin is something that can come in very useful for anyone who likes to shoot portraits, whether it’s just for a hobby or full beauty/portfolio head shots. This technique is very useful because it Keeps the texture of the skin whilst the same time softens areas of imperfection. You can see the before and after … Continue reading

Photographing Black & White Landscapes

Photographing Black & White Landscapes

Landscapes often rely on colour for impact but they don’t have to and in many cases the absence of colour can improve the image. In this post we focus on Black & White landscapes,when they work and how to capture and process them. Personally, I find black and white landscapes work best when there is … Continue reading