Latest Articles in the Category Basic Edits:
Black and White Landscapes: See How to Add Life to Black and White
Generally when photographing a landscape, you’ll try to capture faithful, saturated colors. But sometimes a different approach is in order: going black and white. Black-and-white landscapes have an immense magic to this day. But there are some golden rules for how to do this edit. And to get the best picture possible, it pays to follow them.
Better Composition Through Cropping: 4 Ways to Improve a Photo With a Crop
It’s important to think of composition during your shot, it’s true. But often you’ll only find out on your computer that a crop can make a picture even more interesting. After all, cropping a photo can give it a completely different look. You just have to work right with its composition.
Give Your Photos a Vintage Look With These 4 Retro Edits
While modern photo technology is getting better and better, more and more people are trying to give their photos a vintage look. They’re trying to imitate old film photos and their defects. So let’s take a look at a few tools that will help you out with creating anything from a black-and-white portrait to a retro still life.
3 Tips for Getting Creative With the Radial Filter
Emphasizing the subject. That’s the main goal people have when they use the Radial Filter. But it actually has many other uses too—for things from editing just a selected part of a picture to adding color effects. Join us for a look at 3 common edits where the Radial Filter will help.
Urbex: Simple PC Edits to Give Your Urbex Photos Atmosphere
We often associate a dark mood and almost horror-like edits with photos from abandoned urban places—urbex photos. But that doesn’t have to be a rule. The edits that you make to your urbex photos can also be entirely different.
Photo Cropping: The Simple Trick for Better Composition and Easier Printing
Improving composition and removing distractions from a picture’s edges. Or taking your first step towards prints. Cropping can amount to all of this. Besides improving composition, you can also use cropping to give a photo a precise ratio of sides. And that can be essential when you’re printing.
Quick, or Thorough? See How to Edit Motorcycle Racing Photos
Everyone who’s photographed motorcycle races knows the situation: You come home and you have a card full of photos that you need to process. But how can you do that without taking up more time than necessary, and while still getting the bikes looking good? Our tips from practice will help you out here.
How to Sharpen Your Photos: Beat the Blurry Blues
In photography, sharpness is everything. Blurry photos generally don’t belong anywhere but the trash. But sometimes you’ll take a photo that’s great except for some blurriness. It’s no wonder, since even things like lens quirks can get in the way of sharpness. And meanwhile, if the blurriness isn’t too bad, then sharpening on your computer can save the picture.
Learn to Edit Portraits and Discover the 5 Most Common Portrait Photo Problems
Just about every really good portrait you see has been retouched. But digital portrait editing isn’t easy, and it has its rules that need to be followed. No matter whether we’re talking about balancing exposure or colors, or maybe highlighting the eyes. Take a look at how to work with these rules.