Post-Processing

Post-Processing is an important part of a photographer’s workflow. Whether it’s making simple corrections to contrast and exposure, or it’s applying more advanced techniques such as focus stacking or exposure blending, it’s where you can apply your unique creative touch. The posts found in our post-processing category are made to teach you the essential editing skills that will help take your photography to the next level.

Nik Collection 5 Review: A Necessity for Photographers?

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The Nik Collection is a set of photo editing plugins that have been trusted by photographers for more than a decade. Those who have...

Nik Collection 5 Features Major Upgrades to Color Efex and Analog...

DxO has just released the brand new Nik Collection 5. It's been more than a year since the last major upgrade and this version...

How to Create Luminosity Masks in Photoshop

Layers and masks are two of the most powerful tools found in advanced photo editors such as Adobe Photoshop as they allow you to...

Create a Precise Mask Based on Color Value with This Simple...

Have you ever wanted to make an adjustment that only affects a specific color range in your image? Maybe you've tried and failed using...

A Comprehensive Introduction to Black and White Photography

A lot of photographers think of black and white as the classical form of photography but digital technology helps make black and white photography...

The Power of Focal Length Blending in Landscape Photography

Focal length blending and perspective blending are two terms that you might have picked up on if you've been around the block for a...

The Best Web Sharpeners for Photoshop. Goodbye Soft Images!

When you post an image online, be it on social media or your website, you want it to look as good as possible. In...

How to Straighten a Horizon in Photoshop

Let's be honest... Capturing an image with a perfectly straight horizon is easier said than done. Even with the help of built-in level guides...

Saturation vs. Vibrance. What’s the Difference?

The Saturation and Vibrance sliders are well-known and used by photographers in all genres alike. But do you know the difference between them? If not,...

Little-Known Way to Create Luminosity Masks in Lightroom

Luminosity Masks are mainly associated with Adobe Photoshop but did you know you can easily make them in Lightroom too? It's no secret that...