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.

Efficient Processing with Photoshop Actions

Speed Up Your Workflow with Photoshop Actions It's not without a reason that Adobe Photoshop is among the most trusted software by both photographers and designers....

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....

My Best Practices for Printing Drone Images

I have been a photographer since the 1970s and I have been a printer of my work from the beginning. In that era, a...

Remove Dust Spots in Adobe Lightroom

Dust spots is something that has annoyed most of us on more than one occasion. Luckily there is a simple way to remove dust spots in Adobe Lightroom.

Photographing Breaking Waves and Using the Power of Photoshop to Blend...

Photographing waves and seascapes can be a lot of fun but it requires a certain amount of patience to capture the perfect wave. However, you're...

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...

Luminar 4 Review: A New Era of Photo Editing

Artificial Intelligence. One-click sky replacements. Smart adjustments. That's just some keywords to describe what you can expect from the new and completely rebuilt Luminar...

How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Dodging & Burning has been around since photography began and that is a long time ago, even before Facebook or Instagram. The fact that...