3. Mai 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom

Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom

What do you get when you take a bunch of former Wacom employees, start a new company, and give them carte blanche to develop a brand new pen tablet? What you get is Xencelabs, a new player in graphics that is bringing some much-needed innovatio… Read the rest “Xencelabs Pen Tablet Review: Already Better than Wacom”

3. Mai 2021
von Subham Shome
Kommentare deaktiviert für 5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes

5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes

While landscape photography is a lot about composition and on-location practices, one can never dismiss the importance of post-processing (or editing) the images. One question I am always asked is: “Why is editing necessary?… Read the rest “5 Basic Mistakes to Avoid When Post-Processing Landscapes”

12. April 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für Add Impact to Your Photos with Free Transform in Adobe Photoshop

Add Impact to Your Photos with Free Transform in Adobe Photoshop

Beautiful vistas and landscapes require very little in the way of adjectives when enjoyed in person, but trying to convey that majesty to someone through photos is a lot more challenging. Most of the time, a photo just doesn’t really … Read the rest “Add Impact to Your Photos with Free Transform in Adobe Photoshop”

8. April 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für How To Focus Stack the Right Way For Landscape Photography

How To Focus Stack the Right Way For Landscape Photography

I can’t begin to tell you how many times I’ve lost a shot because I didn’t think through the basics well enough. I would of course have my composition and exposure settings dialed in and with that determined, you would thi… Read the rest “How To Focus Stack the Right Way For Landscape Photography”

7. April 2021
von Joe Edelman
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Problem with ‘Fix it in Post’ and ‘Get it Right in the Camera’

The Problem with ‘Fix it in Post’ and ‘Get it Right in the Camera’

It’s time we put some updated sensibilities’ behind the statements “fix it in post” and “getting it right in the camera”.

A few people mentioned these phrases to me recently and honestly, I was surprised to hear how they interpreted the mean… Read the rest “The Problem with ‘Fix it in Post’ and ‘Get it Right in the Camera’”

5. April 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind

Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind

For the past few years, I’ve been content with keeping my entire photo editing worldview pegged to the Adobe ecosystem. Anything that Lightroom couldn’t handle, or that required more refined content-aware heavy-lifting, … Read the rest “Why Topaz Labs DeNoise AI and Sharpen AI Blew My Mind”

1. April 2021
von Dan Watson
Kommentare deaktiviert für Super Resolution Eliminates the Advantage of High-Megapixel Cameras

Super Resolution Eliminates the Advantage of High-Megapixel Cameras

The megapixel race has picked up steam lately with most new models exceeding 45-megapixels and rumors circulating of 100-megapixel sensors on the horizon. But what if low-resolution images from cameras like Sony’s a7S III and Can… Read the rest “Super Resolution Eliminates the Advantage of High-Megapixel Cameras”

31. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day

Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day

Tomorrow is April Fools’ Day, and with such a bummer of a year leading up to this point (and things are only now just starting to look better in a few places), everyone could use some laughs. To that end, photographer Richard Wakefield s… Read the rest “Eight Photoshop Visual Pranks To Try on April Fools’ Day”

31. März 2021
von Brian Matiash
Kommentare deaktiviert für How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

A few weeks ago, I was speaking with a good friend — who is also a heck of a photographer — about the pros and cons of using creative profiles and presets as part of your photo editing workflow. His stance was unambiguous and straig… Read the rest “How to Correctly Use Creative Profiles in Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop”

29. März 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing

Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing

With the release of the Wacom One in 2020, Wacom lowered the barrier to entry into the world of pen displays and inadvertently created an ideal product for photographers. Where other pen displays in the Wacom lineup are either too big or too e… Read the rest “Wacom One Review: An Entry-Level Pen Display Perfect for Photo Editing”

13. März 2021
von Michael Clark
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Photoshop’s ‘Super Resolution’ Made My Jaw Hit the Floor

Adobe Photoshop’s ‘Super Resolution’ Made My Jaw Hit the Floor

Adobe just dropped its latest software updates via the Creative Cloud and among those updates is a new feature in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) called “Super Resolution.” You can mark this day down as a major shift in the photo industry.

I have seen a … Read the rest “Adobe Photoshop’s ‘Super Resolution’ Made My Jaw Hit the Floor”

10. März 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für Real-World Test: Photoshop for Apple Silicon is Really, Really Fast

Real-World Test: Photoshop for Apple Silicon is Really, Really Fast

Earlier today, Adobe finally released the full-blown non-Beta version of Photoshop for Apple Silicon, and we got a chance to test it out. I won’t beat around the bush: the benchmarks are really impressive, matching or outperformin… Read the rest “Real-World Test: Photoshop for Apple Silicon is Really, Really Fast”

10. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Unveils Photoshop for Apple Silicon and ‘Super Resolution’ for ACR

Adobe Unveils Photoshop for Apple Silicon and ‘Super Resolution’ for ACR

Adobe has shipped the first version of Photoshop that can run natively on Macs equipped with Apple Silicon and also has announced a new feature for Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) called “Super Resolution” that is available today.

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9. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets

These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets

After the crowdfunding success of his The Photography Deck camera cheat sheet playing cards, photographer Eric Bohring is back again with a new set that features tips and tricks for digital photo editing.

Bohring’s original set of … Read the rest “These Playing Cards Double as Photo-Editing Cheat Sheets”

6. März 2021
von David Crewe
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better

Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better

Nikon recently announced the launch of its free NX Studio software, which has hopes to be a Lightroom/Capture One Pro alternative for Nikon RAW processing on Windows and Apple computers.

This new application is supposed to view, process, … Read the rest “Nikon NX Studio Review: A Good Start That Will Get Better”

5. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend

Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend

Adobe has announced that its creativity conference Adobe MAX will be held from October 26-28, 2021, and will once again — as was the case in 2020 — be virtual and free for all attendees.

Adobe says that the event will again be full … Read the rest “Adobe MAX Set for October, Will Again Be Fully Virtual and Free to Attend”

4. März 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform

Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform

Nikon has launched NX Studio, a free photo and video editing application that appears to have many features found in Lightroom and Capture One but is tailored specifically to Nikon cameras. The company says that NX Studio enables viewing, … Read the rest “Nikon Launches NX Studio, Its New Free Photo/Video Editing Platform”

3. März 2021
von Michael Zhang
Kommentare deaktiviert für Gang Members React to Photos of Themselves with Tattoos Removed

Gang Members React to Photos of Themselves with Tattoos Removed

For his project Skin Deep, photographer Steven Burton shot portraits of current and former gang members and then used the power of Photoshop to reveal what they would look like without their face and body tattoos. This 4-minute video shows … Read the rest “Gang Members React to Photos of Themselves with Tattoos Removed”

16. Februar 2021
von DL Cade
Kommentare deaktiviert für The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021

The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021

There’s one piece of equipment that the working photographer uses more than any other. No, it’s not their camera. Not their favorite lens either. I’m talking about their photo editing monitor.

Unless you plan to outso… Read the rest “The Best Monitors for Photography and Photo Editing in 2021”

9. Februar 2021
von Jaron Schneider
Kommentare deaktiviert für Adobe Adds Easy Collaboration, Asynchronous Editing to Photoshop

Adobe Adds Easy Collaboration, Asynchronous Editing to Photoshop

Adobe is leaning a bit more into the benefits of a cloud-based architecture with the rollout of an easy collaboration button and asynchronous editing in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Fresco. The “Invite to Edit” button is ava… Read the rest “Adobe Adds Easy Collaboration, Asynchronous Editing to Photoshop”