Photo Editing

Photo editing has come a long way over the years. Once a taboo topic among photography purists, most of us have now accepted that post-processing is an important part of the image making process. The digital darkroom is just as vital to photographers now as the traditional wet darkroom was in the days of film photography.

On this page you will find all of our step by step photo editing tutorials and techniques. We’ll show you how to get to grips with Photoshop, Lightroom and their powerful Adobe Camera Raw plug-in, as well as tutorials using many of the Adobe Photoshop alternatives out there, such as Capture One Pro, DxO, Nik Software, Portrait Pro and many more.

Our photo editing tutorials will run the gamut from showing how you to achieve specific looks in your images to how to master certain tools within your image editing software.

What’s more, if you’re an experienced photo editor and have some insights you would like to share, please get in touch! We value our readers’ opinions and welcome guest bloggers.

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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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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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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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