Brighten dark areas of a photo like a fill-flash. This effect burns bright areas and dodges dark areas to make photos look closer to what we naturally see with our own eyes.
Sharpen the edges of a portrait without sharpening the skin. This sharpening technique detects edges and applies sharpening only to the edges.
Separate objects from green backdrops with presicion and control. Learn how to mask fine strands of hair and a translucent glass cup.
Smooth and reduce details without losing edges. This contemporary effect is great for hiding flaw in portraits.
Learn the pros and cons of Raw and JPEG files and find out why it's not always better to shoot Raw. What is Raw, or RAW? You may have seen Raw spelt in all capitals like RAW. Both ways of spelling is correct, but don't mistaken the word for an acronym. Raw is basically the […]
Explore the three quick white balance correction techniques and learn how to manually calibrate the balance of each channel. White balance is a feature found in digital cameras to prevent color casts by adjusting the temperature of the photo. However, lighting variance and wrong white balance settings may produce color casts that require post processing.