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Create Your Own Black and White Pictures
The magic of black and white has been with us since the dawn of photography, and meanwhile digital technologies still let you enjoy high-quality B&W even today. But now you don’t need a darkroom, color filters, or a refrigerator full of film cans with different ISOs. You just need a few mouse clicks.
How Do You Edit RAW? Actually, It’s Easy
Almost everyone who’s spent more than a little time with a camera shoots to RAW. After all, RAW lets you make bad photos average, average photos excellent, and excellent photos even better. That’s because it offers significantly more image data than, for example, JPG. And thanks to this it gives you room for much better edits. So let’s take a look at how to work with it.
White Balance, Vignetting, and 3 Other Common Edits That Make Winter Landscapes Shine
Even a magical winter landscape can sometimes look boring. That’s because a camera’s flaws can turn snow gray. But it only takes a few edits, like white balance and vignetting, to get the perfect picture. Take a look at how to spice up your winter landscapes.
Fix Vignetting and Other Lens Defects: Learn to Use LCPs (and DCPs)
Vignetting, chromatic aberration, and deformations like barrel distortion. Every lens has defects like these to some degree or another. While in some pictures they may be hidden, in others they are visible. Fortunately they are easy to suppress. You just need to install the DNG converter and take advantage of LCP (and DCP) profiles.
Your Step-By-Step Guide to Photographing and Editing Foggy Landscapes
It’s easy to get addicted to taking pictures in the great outdoors. That’s why it isn’t unusual for a photographer to be drawn to shoot a landscape shrouded in fog sooner or later. But do you know how to take and edit these pictures well?
Add Color and Dynamism to Your Photos with HDR
The sky is too bright, and the ground is too dark. That’s a classic problem in landscape photography. You can overcome it with help from HDR. Just take differently exposed photos and join them together. Take a look at how.
14 Steps That Will Add Dynamic Range to Your Backlit Photos
You can get some of the most interestingly lighted photos by shooting against the light. But you also have to keep in mind that this light will expose every imperfection of your lens. Strong chromatic aberration will appear, details will soften, and reflections will appear due to light bouncing off your lens’s optics. Fortunately, you can tone down all of these defects on a computer.
Say Goodbye to Noise—How to Get Rid of Noise in a Few Clicks
Noise is common in photos. To some extent it can serve as a creative tool, but most of the time it’s a nuisance. It usually appears when you shoot in bad lighting conditions while using a high ISO. But you can remove it using computer editing. Let’s take a look at how to do that.
The Filter Brush: Get Perfect Control Over Every Part of Your Photo
Enhance each part of a photo in a completely different way: brighten dark parts, add contrast to emphasize colors, or sharpen blurry areas. See the video and learn how to use the Filter Brush yourself!