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Photo editing doesn't have be a foreign language; learn tips and tricks for using pro platforms like Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, VSCO, and more.

  • Claire Petersen
    Published about a month ago
    How To Edit Warm, Bright Photos For Instagram Using Lightroom

    How To Edit Warm, Bright Photos For Instagram Using Lightroom

    After years of tweaking, I've settled on a system for a beautiful, bright Instagram feed. And today I'm sharing this system step-by-step! Grab a cup of tea and get your creative cap on, it's time to edit some photos!
  • Amena Mulla
    Published about a month ago
    Top Mobile Photography Apps for Shutterbugs

    Top Mobile Photography Apps for Shutterbugs

    Clicking a photo had been a tedious and time-consuming operation in earlier days. Yet thanks to modernized mobile technologies today for delivering first-rate cellular imaging apps and picture editing apps that enable you to render your life’s precious moments much more spectacular. Even you can grab them into pocket-sized smartphones.
  • Shimray
    Published about a month ago
    How to remove image background in under 5 seconds

    How to remove image background in under 5 seconds

    I'm not good at Photoshop and I also don't have a subscription to Photoshop software. But very often while making websites, I need to remove the image background to blend well with the website design.
  • TheDaddyKingSnake
    Published about a month ago
    Odd As Always

    Odd As Always

    My name is Kyrosis Krowtistic, I’ve come from a time where most things happen so fast that if you’d blink you’d miss it. I am only the messenger of things I bring to show the world of mysterious outer worldly beings. Sometimes comical, sometimes horror filled, heavenly or demonic, the end result is always the same, pure disbelief. Is this day an age is hard for some to act their age. I found, that recording myself through everyday Life, as I knew it, would prove to be far more fruitful than anyone would ever choose to admit. I have in my possession some of the Earths oldest answers that belong to it’s trickiest posed questions. I’ve looked high and low for a suitable chance for the right eyes, on the right day, to scroll across the one image I post to conspire curiosity. The odds of me scrolling upon the ad from Facebook to enter the contest and remembering a picture I couldn’t forget I Owned. Slim chance if you ask me. Pleased to have had the opportunity to go head first into the world unknown, I, Kyrosis Krowtistic, invite any who read this far to make connections now that will travel far. When I first noticed what was actually happening in my photos it was more exciting than it was scary to see the stories being played out from frame to frame. So as I’m watching these movies I’ve compiled I began to randomly screenshot to get the most one off pictures you could dream of and of course I got more than I bargained for. Now I have a catalog of over 20,000 one of a kind unexplainable pictures to share with the world and that in itself is frightening at times. What if I don’t present them correctly? What if what I think I see isn’t really what I see? What if they don’t like them? What if they think their fakes? Edits? Photoshopped? All questions I’ve asked and answered with the outcome being the same every time... So what if they don’t see, like, or appreciate what I have because there are so many people that will. I forget sometimes that not everyone will see the same or experience things the way I do. I look for the right now moment in everything and what better way to continue that than with freeze fram art. I welcome anyone reading to visit my Facebook page ; Kyrosis Krowtistic and take a further look into what I’m trying my hardest to describe, knowing it has to be seen for ones self to fully comprehend. With that in mind if you take a minute to look you will surely see.
  • Andi Croft
    Published 2 months ago
    7 Helpful Photoshop Tips and Tricks for Beginners

    7 Helpful Photoshop Tips and Tricks for Beginners

    Photo editing is probably one of the essential skills in every industry nowadays. Whether it's for social media, websites, magazines, book covers, and even for your personal use, enhancing images have just been a thing. And the most popular tool to do this is Photoshop.
  • Tremblay Eric
    Published 2 months ago
    Useful image processing software

    Useful image processing software

    1. Photoshop Software Description: Adobe Photoshop, referred to as "PS", is an image processing software developed and distributed by Adobe Systems. Photoshop mainly deals with digital images composed of pixels. Using its numerous editing and drawing tools, you can effectively edit pictures. ps has many functions, which are involved in image, graphics, text, video, publishing and other aspects.
  • Sara Aulds
    Published 2 months ago
    Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers (and Photographers) Make...#5 Importance of Editing

    Mistakes Beginner Filmmakers (and Photographers) Make...#5 Importance of Editing

    Once you’ve got your pieces, now it’s time to put the puzzle together. Whether it’s editing clips into a longer video, restructuring a photo, create a panorama, or simply touching up a some acne on your subjects you have now entered the fun stage (or at least I think it’s fun) of the photography and videography world.
  • Timothy A Rowland
    Published 3 months ago
    Turn Any Photo Into a Unique Pattern

    Turn Any Photo Into a Unique Pattern

    First off; you won’t find any promotion or affiliate links throughout this post, so rest assured that this is simply a fun idea for you to do in order to show your creative side. Websites and software are mentioned, but they are all free and I have no financial interest or investment in them. You can sell the patterns you make, however; this is not a work from home tutorial or anything such as that. It is… very fun, though.
  • Amena Mulla
    Published 3 months ago
    Top Photography Apps for 2020 That You Must Check Out Now

    Top Photography Apps for 2020 That You Must Check Out Now

    When it comes to photography apps for smartphones, you can do much more than basic touch-ups in 2020. Today’s applications open up a variety of possibilities and sometimes imitate advanced photo editing software ‘s capabilities. Today everybody has a strong digital camera in their pocket or purse. That is capable of taking extremely good pictures with little effort. Yet even with the right applications, the best mobile cameras can be enhanced. A huge tag is photography. Lots and lots of people are diving in like a hobby. Yet when you can find your niche, it’s a really successful profession. Let’s have a quick look for best photography apps.
  • Mukul
    Published 3 months ago
    The program Photoshop the CC

    The program Photoshop the CC

    Photoshop is a program for creating and editing the most famous and most popular. Due to the many outstanding features, whether it is the ability to handle various types of files used in different work types, including images taken through the printing process. And images used in web pages or sent through electronic media Excellent ability to edit images. And creating special effects, there are powerful and flexible tools. It is possible to save repetitive steps for running later and a large number of plug-ins manufacturers. The plug-ins that allow for complex tasks accomplished quickly
  • Kim Zierlein
    Published 3 months ago
    Photo Minute...

    Photo Minute...

    Photo Minute is a new blog concept I would like to incorporate into my weekly blogs! Creating art, in any form, is important to appreciating life. Writing, photography, sewing, cooking, painting, sculpting, fabrication, etc. are all facets to creating in a world that was created for you to appreciate. Photo Minute will focus on the appreciation of capturing light through a camera's lens.
  • Jean Harrison
    Published 4 months ago
    4 Ways Your Editing Environment May Affect The Color Balance Of Your Photos

    4 Ways Your Editing Environment May Affect The Color Balance Of Your Photos

    Have you ever done all of your editing on your computer, but then see a color cast when you send them to your phone or iPad? Spent hours editing your photos, got the color just the way you wanted it, only to order prints that look drastically different? Then ordered test print after test print trying to get the colors to match better. Or spent all night color-correcting video clips, but in the morning all of that footage now looks pink.