Why is it necessary to process your photos?
All digital images need processing in some way, and it’s up to you whether that happens primarily in-camera or using software on your computer. Post-processing is the processing that happens after you’ve taken your shot, […]Read More
What are tone curves?
A tone curve is a visual representation of the relationship between the highlights, midtones, and shadows in an image. Tone curves appear in the form of a graph, in which the horizontal X-axis represents the […]Read More
Stretching boundaries in landscape editing
The minimising effect a wide-angle lens can have on distant elements can be a drawback when photographing certain subjects, such as a sweeping landscape with mountains on the horizon and no particular focal point in […]Read More
A quick burst of retro colour for your photos
If you want to add a quick burst of retro colour to your photos, it’s not that complicated, especially if you’re working with a programme such as Adobe Photoshop. We’ve put together a simple guide […]Read More
The hows and whys of sharpening images
Sharpening images is a vital step—or two steps, if you shoot in Raw—in your post-production workflow. Sharpening falls into two categories: capture sharpening and output sharpening. Both of them ensure that you image looks crisp […]Read More
Striking the balance between and light and dark
When you have a photo that includes sharp contrast between light and dark, there’s always a possibility that you can lose detail in either the highlights or the shadows. While it’s generally recommended to ‘expose […]Read More