Adobe Premiere Pro is set to receive a major feature set update, focused on professional productions. Built from the ground up “with top filmmakers and Hollywood editorial teams” in mind, these features could change how you work on large or complex projects.
If you are photographing people, one of the most fundamental skills you will need is the ability to retouch blemishes. If you are new to the process, this helpful video will show you how to use Photoshop to do it.
YouTube has become the go-to space for video. We have famous video creators that earn a good living doing so. And then, we have Vimeo, the professionally orientated video-sharing platform that many professionals use to host their projects and productions in the best quality possible online.
Recently I was thinking about the year so far and noticed that my output for the year was down compared to other years. Why was this?
Skylum’s Luminar 4 is quite the fascinating application, particularly with its artificial intelligence features that are meant to save you lots of time in post-processing work while still delivering quality results. If you are interested in using Luminar 4 to retouch portraits, this great video will give you five tips to ensure you get the best possible results.
Do you understand the differences in color spaces? Have you ever exported a photo out of Adobe Photoshop after some editing, and once you upload it online, the colors appear to be completely different? Perhaps the colors now look muted and dull?
When I first started out in photography I didn’t have any specific process to manage any of my images and files. This is one of the primary reasons I don’t have many of my early images anymore. It’s a shame because I was quite proud of some of the images I had produced.
With the release of Luminar 4, it has become amazingly easy to replace a boring sky with something more appealing. You only need to pick the sky of your choice, and the artificial intelligence part of the program does an amazing job in masking out the sky and changing it into something else. But should you use it?
Most photographers look back at their very earliest work and cringe; I am no exception. But what could I learn from harshly critiquing my earliest imagery and what value might it hold for beginners? Let’s find out.
Recently I got my hands on the new Fujifilm GFX 100 medium format camera and thought it would be fun to create a free fashion photography tutorial showing my entire workflow. The goal of this shoot was to create a bunch of different looking styled shoots using natural light in combination with a few strobes.
Photolab 3.1 from DXO has been out a couple of months now, and early looks from photographers have been positive. It’s a complete raw editor and has many features photographers will expect to see and adds some very worthwhile enhancements that will highly interest editors at every skill level.
Editing is no different than shooting – you will get stuck for inspiration at one point or another. But, how can we get through it without losing our mind?
Growing up on comic books and graphic novels I have always been a fan of anything illustrated. When I started taking photos and creating art, I wanted my images to have a similar feel.
Do you have an image that should work, but doesn’t? Perhaps some color alterations could transform it into something great.
Today, we’re going to discuss how dodging and burning can improve your photos and show you how easy it is in Capture One 20.
Levels and Curves adjustments layers in Photoshop are a staple tool for any photographer who uses the software, but they aren’t particularly intuitive to beginners. Here, PHLEARN give a beginner’s guide to using both levels and curves.
Creating an accurate selection of a subject’s limbs is deceptively difficult. The edges often look sharp and easy to cut out, but that often isn’t the case when you put the selection in the hands of Photoshop’s AI. However, using this technique, you can accurately smooth out the ragged edges of the selection to create perfect edges and a crisp cut-out.