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Archive for the ‘Photo Editing’ Category



Adobe, the maker of popular products like Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Flash, Premiere, After Effects and Acrobat is ending the sale of physical discs in stores at the end of April. Continue reading

How would you like the ability to edit digital images using the sound of your voice? That technology could be coming to your tablet, phone or laptop soon. Continue reading

Camera Codec Pack – Preview Raw Images

Monday, January 21st, 2013

RAW is a popular format for higher end digital cameras, but unlike JPG images, you can’t preview them in Windows Explorer. Microsoft’s free Camera Codec Pack will allow you to preview these images so you don’t need to open every file individually to see what is in the photo. Here’s how to get it… Continue reading

Camera Phones Vs. Point-and-Shoot Cameras

Monday, December 17th, 2012

This holiday season, the sale of conventional point-and-shoot cameras is expected to be much longer than previous years. One major reason why is the proliferation of cell phone cameras that many people consider good enough to replace the point-and-shoot. Is the cell phone camera good enough? Are all the cell phone cameras basically the same? What does a point and shoot offer that a cell phone doesn’t? Continue reading

Copying Images From Word To A Folder

Monday, December 17th, 2012

Follow these steps to copy an image from a Microsoft Word document and save it to a Windows Explorer folder. Continue reading

Adding A Watermark To Your Photos

Monday, November 19th, 2012

Protecting your photos from being used illegally or without permission is essential, but how do you do that without compromising the integrity of your beautiful photography? There is a quick and easy way to create a subtle yet effective graphic that will keep your pictures safe. Continue reading

Need To Measure Something on Screen?

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012

Have you ever needed to measure something on screen? Making a graphic for a document and need it to be just the right size? Want a photo to fit perfectly in a profile, but not sure how big the image is suppose to be? Designing a website and want to match the icon sizes of another site you like? Well… Continue reading

When it comes to scenery, black and white is much easier to muddle than color. If you want to see how beautiful black and white scenery can be in the hands of a master, then check out Ansel Adams: http://www.anseladams.com/. I know that I am not Ansel Adams though, and I daresay that very few of us are. So extra care is required when photographing in black and white. Continue reading

Google Earth is great tool if you wish to have a photo-walk around the globe, and it can also be used for research or academic purposes, too. Continue reading

What’s better then adobe’s suite of content creation software? How about a cloud based version which is always up to date and costs over 2000 dollars less? Read more. Continue reading

Photoshop Elements: Layers

Thursday, April 12th, 2012

This article describes the advantage of using the layers feature in Photoshop Elements, and provides methods for adding layers and adjusting their size. Continue reading

Photoshop Elements: Crop and Lighting

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

The second article in a series about Photoshop Elements takes a look at two photo editing basics; cropping, and adjusting light and contrast. Continue reading

Photoshop Elements: The Basics

Friday, February 24th, 2012

Photoshop Elements is more limited than its big brother, Photoshop, but it still offers many of the complex features found in the larger program. Learn some of the basics here. Continue reading

Remix all of your media with Stroome

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Stroome is a simple to use online tool that allows you to remix your personal media into videos. You can collaborate any media that has already been uploaded or you can upload your own. Continue reading

White Balance Using Gray Card

Friday, October 7th, 2011

Get natural colors using white balance in a jiffy using Photoshop Camera Raw plugin and a gray card. Here’s a quick guide! Continue reading

Using Lightroom to Edit your Photos

Friday, September 30th, 2011

Mastering Lightroom comes easy if you know just a few steps to enhance raw photos. Here’s a beginner’s guide. Continue reading

iPad for photo editing on the fly

Sunday, September 11th, 2011

If you want to edit RAW images on the fly, here is a convenient way to do so with an iPad. Continue reading

Tilt Shift Photography

Sunday, July 31st, 2011

Tilt Shift photography is a new way to make your aerial pictures stand out from the crowd. Here’s how… Continue reading

Looking to add titles or even text bubbles to your photographs? Then you need to check out Captioner! It does all of that and more! Continue reading

Free Photo Apps for the iPhone

Monday, February 7th, 2011

Often, you can’t take candid shots of people, places and things because you either forget to bring your digital camera along or you don’t have one with you when you need it. But there is one accessory that is always with you: your iPhone. Here is where some free nifty apps for the Apple device are working their magic on iPhone camera users. Here are a

StylePix

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

There are many types of photo editing programs on the market today. Some of them are so light that they barely provide the ability to rotate images. On the other side of this, are the ones that consume so much of your computer’s resources that they can slow your computer response time. Well, I have found one that finds itself pretty much right in the middle of these

A Guide to Windows Live Essentials 2011

Friday, January 14th, 2011

Windows Live Essentials 2011 is a suite of free productivity programs that are available for download from Microsoft. They were designed to meet the basic needs of a modern PC user, because they provide a quick and easy to use way to accomplish a variety of essential tasks. Continue reading

Indoor photography without a flash can be a challenging task. Particularly, if you have a point and shoot that has limited capabilities. These nifty tips should enable you to capture arresting portraits of people.

1. Go natural. Nothing like the light from the windows and doors to get the perfect light and shade you need on your subject. What’s… Continue reading

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