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.

How to Use Luminar Albums

Let's be honest: organizing images can be both time-consuming and frustrating when your folders start growing. Luckily, features such as Luminar Albums make this...

Liven Up Your Photographs With Luminar 3

There have been many questions about the best alternatives to Adobe products and Luminar is one that's often mentioned. It's been on the market...

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...

Lightroom 101 – Part 2: Import Images

This is part two in our Lightroom 101 series. In part 1,  you were introduced to Adobe Lightroom and learned why this is a...

Global vs Local Adjustments in Post-Processing

Post-processing can be a big and scary world. There are endless software, terms, and techniques, so filtering out the most important things can be...

How to Make and Use Presets in Color Efex Pro

Color Efex Pro is a tool both seasoned and beginning photographers should know about as it's been one of the most popular photo editors...

Exposure Blending in Lightroom: A Comprehensive Guide and Workflow

Imagine yourself standing out in spectacular scenery, photographing a beautiful sunset. Everything is in place to capture a great photo. However, there’s one issue....

Mastering Smart Objects in Photoshop: A Photographer’s Guide

Photoshop is a big and complex world that tends to scare new photographers away. This is understandable, and while it might not feel comforting,...