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Canon registers EOS M50 name

Canon looks set to expand its range of mirrorless cameras yet again, registering the name Canon EOS M50 with a regulatory body.

Canon registers EOS M50 name

Canon looks set to expand its range of mirrorless cameras yet again, registering the name Canon EOS M50 with a regulatory body.

Lightroom Classic CC reviewScore 95%Score 95%

Lightroom Classic CC review

Lightroom Classic is the new name for Adobe’s desktop-based professional photo cataloguing program. Find out how it performs in our Adobe Lightroom Classic CC review.

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Lightroom CC reviewScore 90%Score 90%

Lightroom CC review

Lightroom CC is a new version of Lightroom (not to be confused with the old Lightroom CC, which is now Lightroom Classic) where your images are stored online on Adobe’s own servers so that all your photos will be available everywhere, on all your devices, and at their full resolution. We put it to the test.

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10 reasons why your photos aren’t sharp

10 reasons why your photos aren’t sharp

What can you do to ensure all your images are tack sharp? We look at some of the common reasons why your photos might not be sharp, and what you can do about it…

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Lightroom CC vs Lightroom Classic: 13 things you need to know

Lightroom CC vs Lightroom Classic: 13 things you need to know

Lightroom Classic CC is essentially an updated version of the Lightroom we know, but the new Lightroom CC is an entirely redesigned app designed to work alongside Adobe’s equally new cloud-based storage system. So how do these two different Lightrooms compare? We explore the key differences in our Adobe Lightroom CC vs Lightroom Classic comparison?

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How to use Affinity Photo iPad edition

How to use Affinity Photo iPad edition

Amazingly, the iPad version of Affinity Photo has all the power of the desktop version. Here’s just a taste of what it can do.

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Photoshop Adjustment Layers and when to use them

Photoshop Adjustment Layers and when to use them

What are Photoshop Adjustment Layers Photoshop Adjustment Layers offer a way to apply adjustments such as Curves, Levels and Hue Saturation amongst others in a non-destructive and reversible way. An adjustment layer can be altered or deleted at any time, unlike the direct application of an adjustment to an image layer. The end result of…

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Photolemur review

Photolemur review

Photolemur uses artificial intelligence and subject recognition to simplify image enhancement, we checked it out for our Photolemur review

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Datacolor offers a 45% saving on the Spyder5ELITE+

Datacolor offers a 45% saving on the Spyder5ELITE+

From the 17th of July to the 31st of August 2017 Datacolor is offering users of older Spyders or any other monitor calibrater a saving of 45% off a Spyder5ELITE+ package.

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Monitor and printer calibration explained by Ashley Karyl

Monitor calibration is just the start of the story, it's all well having a monitor that projects the right colours but if your printer is off then all that hard work will go to waste. In this video Ashley Karyl takes a look at the ColorMunki Photo a monitor and printer calibration tool. https://youtu.be/TH2CChFJlmA  …

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Ashley Karyl demonstrates the X-Rite i1 Display monitor calibration

Ashley Karyl demonstrates the X-Rite i1 Display monitor calibration

Monitor calibration is essential for any pro photographer but it's almost always over looked. In the past you used to call on a specialist who'd charge a fortune but ensure that both your computers and printers were all finely tuned. Now much of that calibration process can be carried out with the X-Rite i1 Display.…

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Monitor calibration for beginners

Monitor calibration for beginners

Just starting out then monitor calibration is probably something you haven’t thought about. Here Ashley Karyl explains Monitor calibration for beginners.

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BenQ PD2700Q monitor reviewScore 90%Score 90%

BenQ PD2700Q monitor review

The 27in monitor offers 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution on its non-reflective screen, along with 1.07 billion display colours in 100% sRGB and Rec.709 mode, with 10-bit colour depth… all for just under £400 / $400.

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Serif debuts Affinity Photo for iPad

Serif has launched Affinity Photo for iPad – price tag £19.99 / $19.99 / €21,99 – the tablet version of its popular photo editing software.

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Discover how to sort pictures by rating images in Bridge

Discover how to sort pictures by rating images in Bridge

One of the biggest advantages of digital is that you can shoot vast quantities of images without having to reload rolls of film and worry about the cost. This freedom greatly increases the likelihood of you capturing the shot you want. However that abundance of images can also be a huge problem especially when it…

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Download and organise your images in Adobe Bridge CC

Download and organise your images in Adobe Bridge CC

Ask most people about the state of their image library and inevitably they’ll raise a guilty smile. It’s one of those housekeeping tasks that will forever remain near the top of your to do list but will never actually make it too the top. Even the most organised of photographers rarely finds the time to…

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X-LR, the Fuji Film Simulation mode plug-in, now live

X-LR, the Fuji Film Simulation mode plug-in, now live

X-LR, a Lightroom plug-in designed to read Fujifilm’s Film Simulation from your raw files and applies a corresponding profile in Lightroom, has ended its beta period and is now live.

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Adobe demos the future of the selfie with AI app

Adobe has previewed a new app that demonstrates how it is developing machine learning technology to improve mobile phone photography.

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Dell launches 8K, 31.5in UP3218K monitor

Dell launches 8K, 31.5in UP3218K monitor

Dell has launched what it says is the world’s first 8K consumer monitor, introducing the Dell UP3218K – with a price tag of $5,000.

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Affinity Photo: HDR Merge and Tone Mapping Persona

Affinity Photo: HDR Merge and Tone Mapping Persona

HDR photography has a reputation for being difficult, but Affinity Photo’s HDR Merge and Tone Mapping Persona make it easy to get superb results

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How to crop your image square in Photoshop

How to crop your image square in Photoshop

How you decide to crop your image is as important as any other photographic factor; from the initial composition of the scene through to the digital darkroom enhancement. In this tutorial I’m going to take a look at the basics and introduce you to the Crop Tool, and how to crop your image square in…

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Raw or JPEG: when to use each file format

Raw or JPEG: when to use each file format

Image quality is perhaps the most important of all your camera settings, and in this tutorial we explain when it is more advantageous to shoot raw or JPEG files.

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Affinity Photo for Windows: first impressions

Affinity Photo for Windows: first impressions

Camera Jabber reader Stephen Sheridan gives us his first impressions of Serif’s new software as he begins his Affinity Photo for Windows review.

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Adobe stops selling Creative Suite

Adobe stops selling Creative Suite

Up until the beginning of this year, customers could still purchase CS6 from Adobe’s website. However, as of 9 January this year Adobe has updated its CS6 landing page and no longer offers the standalone package.

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Google RAISR promises high-res images with little data usage

Google has revealed more details of its new RAISR method of image processing, which promises to recreate the details of high-resolution images in low-res versions to dramatically cut down on data usage.

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4 surefire ways to add detail to photos

4 surefire ways to add detail to photos

Silhouettes and graphical images can be very striking when done well, but for most of us, most of the time, it’s the finer detail that draws a viewer into a photograph. In this tutorial we show you several simple ways to add detail to photos.

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How to print photos: a personal experience

How to print photos: a personal experience

Getting started with printing photos can be quite daunting. Professional wildlife and landscape photographer Tesni Ward explains her experience.

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Photolemur editing app now available

Photolemur editing app now available

Photolemur, the new photo editing app that uses ‘Artificial Intelligence to learn the enhancements you like or dislike to improve in the future’ is now available for purchase.

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Apple Photos Review

Apple Photos Review

Apple’s Photos for Mac promises to make light work of managing and editing images, but can it deliver for enthusiast photographers? Find out in our Apple Photos Review

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Macphun Luminar software now available

Macphun Luminar software now available

Macphun has announced that its new all-in-one photo editing software, Luminar, is now shipping from the company’s website.

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DxO ViewPoint 3 announced

DxO ViewPoint 3 announced

DXO adds automatic perspective and horizon correction along with a miniature effect to its latest version of ViewPoint

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4 reasons why you shouldn’t crop photos

4 reasons why you shouldn’t crop photos

But is the ease of cropping photos these days really such a good thing? I’d argue, no. While cropping photos is a good way to rescue an image, you don’t want it to become a crutch. Here are four reasons why you should limit the amount of cropping you do.

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ViewSonic VP2468 reviewScore 82%Score 82%

ViewSonic VP2468 review

Buying a new monitor for imaging can be a minefield, there’s a huge amount of choice, but it soon becomes apparent that not all monitors despite the size and resolution are the same. The biggest issue for enthusiast photographers is finding a monitor that will accurately display colour and tone without breaking the bank. When…

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Macphun Luminar software is customisable and adapts to your skill level

Macphun Luminar software is customisable and adapts to your skill level

Macphun has announced its new Luminar editing software, an ambitious new photo editing tool that is designed to adapt to its users’ skill levels and personal preferences. Macphun Luminar’s user interface is fully customisable and allows its users to re-design the interface according to the task at hand, whether it’s a quick fix or a…

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How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Using a mixture of blend modes, the paint brush and masks, and combining a white or black paint brush with a layer that has a blend mode set to Overlay or Soft Light, photographer Jimmy McIntyre shows how to dodge and burn in Photoshop to achieve cleaner results.

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Free Photoshop keyboard shortcut cheat sheet

Free Photoshop keyboard shortcut cheat sheet

Yesterday we shared with you a brilliant Lightroom keyboard shortcut made by the team over at Make a Website Today. This handy infographic for beginner photo editors serves as a great quick reference guide and helps reduce your time spent in front of the computer. What’s more, this Photoshop keyboard shortcut graphic illustrates how these…

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Free Lightroom keyboard shortcut cheat sheet

Free Lightroom keyboard shortcut cheat sheet

If you’ve ever banged your head against your desk trying to remember the shortcuts for different commands when editing photos, this Adobe Lightroom keyboard shortcut cheat sheet might just save you a few bruises.

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How to edit autumn portraits to boost colour

How to edit autumn portraits to boost colour

Autumn photography makes us think of holly leaves, red berries and golden canopies of trees, but it is also a wonderful time to shoot outdoor portraits. The low angle of the sun this time of year will add dramatic lighting to your subject and make your autumn portraits all the more romantic looking. What’s more,…

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i1Profiler adds calibration support for filmmakers with latest firmware update

i1Profiler adds calibration support for filmmakers with latest firmware update

XRite’s i1Profiler software has added calibration support for professional video colour workflows Rec. 2020 and DCIP3 with a new firmware update, the company has announced. The firmware update for i1Profiler, which is featured in the i1 lineup that includes the i1Display Pro, i1Basic Pro 2, and i1Photo Pro 2, expands the range of broadcast video…

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New BenQ PV270 27in monitor promises ‘authentic’ viewing

New BenQ PV270 27in monitor promises ‘authentic’ viewing

BenQ has launched its latest monitor, the BenQ PV270 – price tag £788.40 – which it promises offers an authentic, consistent viewing experience for photographers editing sill images and video.

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Phase One Capture One Pro 9.2 adds support for Nikon D500, Pentax K-1

Phase One Capture One Pro 9.2 adds support for Nikon D500, Pentax K-1

Phase One has released the latest update to its popular Capture One Pro 9.2 software, adding support for the Nikon D500, Pentax K-1 and a slew of other new cameras.

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