Lightroom presets are a great way to store the editing work you put into one image and apply it to another, similar image. But when you start creating your own presets, it is easy to create a complete mess as the number and variety of your presets tend to grow quickly.
In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to organize them properly right from the start to keep everything tidy and useful.
In this featured video by Serge Ramelli, Kelvin Pimont gives you a beginner’s introduction to creating composite images in Photoshop.
Cityscapes at night are a fascinating and challenging subject. In this featured video, Jimmy McIntyre shows you how to master the challenge.
In these featured videos, I introduce you to one of the most fascinating photography techniques I ever came across: painting your photos with light.
In this series of featured videos, you’re going to learn how to use smart objects in Photoshop to boost your photography workflow.
In this video, I’ll show you how to reduce the noise only in some of your source photos to target specific areas of your final HDR image.
In this video, you will learn how to fix ghosting in Photoshop by clever layer masking, blending and cloning.
In these videos, you will learn everything about how to Dodge and Burn in Lightroom by using the adjustment brush.
In this video, I will show you how to correct your images for converging lines in Lightroom while avoiding the common over-corrected look.
Dodging and burning is one of the oldest and most essential photo editing techniques. In this featured video, Jimmy McIntyre shows you why the most widely used techniques to dodge and burn are not really the best and how to apply dodging and burning in a more refined and controllable way.