Latest Articles in the Category Advanced Edits:
Put an End to Depth-of-field Dilemmas: Discover the Magic of Focus Stacking
Low depth of field. It’s the biggest downside of closeup and macro photography. But it has a solution: the technique called focus stacking. It lets you increase your depth of field without reducing the quality of your photos. Take a look at how to take advantage of this technique.
Enhancing Landscape Photos? Local Edits Can Help
With landscape photos, you’ll often find that they’re missing something at first sight. The sky is too bright, the forest in the background is too dark, the river in the middle looks bland. This is where landscape photographers turn to a simple trick—local edits. Take a look at how to do them.
How to Hide Faces in Photos + 4 Other Ways to Hide Sensitive Data
Blurring faces, covering eyes with black bars, or hiding license plates. These are among the edits that a photographer has to be able to handle. Fortunately, you can handle edits like these on a computer easily. We’ll show you how to blur faces in photos and also present some other ways to hide sensitive data.
From Scanning to Retouching: See How to Save Your Old Photographs
Torn, bent, yellowed, and faded. Old photographs are just like that. But fortunately, you can save them and restore their original look and colors. It takes just a few steps—scanning the old photos, cropping them and adjusting contrast, and then retouching them.
Shoot, Open, Stitch—Here’s How to Create a Panorama
Breathtaking wide-angle shots have been a favorite since the days of 35mm film. But how do you create a panorama where the pictures flow into each other correctly, with no stitching lines visible between them? It’s simpler than you’d think. You just need the right photos and a few minutes’ time, and you too can make a panorama.
Improve Bland Skies on Your PC with Polarization
Physical polarizing filters have been a useful tool for us photographers for many years now. They help us eliminate reflections and make skies look more natural. But if you don’t have one at home—or if you’ve forgotten it at home—that’s OK. You can also add the same effect on a computer.
Retouch More Naturally. Use the Power of Frequency Separation!
Retouching has long been more than just removing pimples. Retouching tools are constantly improving, and today you can retouch portraits more conveniently and effectively than ever with tools based on “frequency separation.” These let you adjust skin’s color without blurring its structure, or for example soften wrinkles without discoloring the skin.
Enjoy Easier Work with Exposure and Colors: Adjustment Layers Are Here to Help
Layer work often requires you to do complicated editing. Adjustment Layers are here to make it simple. Unlike ordinary layers, they don’t contain picture data—instead, they influence the image parameters of the layers below them.
Retouch Non-destructively With the Retouching Tools in Develop
Retouching is very simple and effective editing that you can use to subtly improve portraits and more. So besides fixing skin defects, you can do things like clean dirty walls or eliminate distractions on clothing or around a photographed object. And meanwhile, you can also make all of these edits non-destructively. Take a look at how to do it.