Photo Post Processing Tips

Taking the photo is only half the battle. Elevate the impact of your images with tips and tricks that will make you a master of processing. Learn how to crop for impact, add drama with color adjustments, make corrections to contrast issues, and more, so that your final image is on par with your creative vision.

How to Create Natural-Looking HDR Images

How to Create Natural-Looking HDR Images The advantage of HDR imagery is that you can create a single, beautifully-exposed image with bracketed exposures.  In the past, though, some HDR programs didn’t create images that were especially natural-looking. Artifacts like ghosting and halos, joined by heavy amounts of noise, were...

How to Easily Transform Your Photos in Lightroom

How to Easily Transform Your Photos in Lightroom Photo by Radek Grzybowski on Unsplash Creating beautiful, eye-catching photos is all about the details. If the details are spot-on, your photo will have that visual punch you’re looking for. However, if you don’t pay attention to the details, distracting elements can rule the...

How to Sync and Quickly Edit Photos

How to Sync and Quickly Edit Photos I don't know many photographers that would rather sit in front of their computer editing photos than be out with their camera taking pictures. Don't get me wrong - I enjoy editing my photos and seeing the final result come to fruition. I just want that final result to come more quickly! In this...

Aurora HDR 2019 Review

Aurora HDR 2019 Review In Aurora HDR 2019, Skylum has set out to give photographers a powerful, yet easy-to-use program for creating vivid, eye-catching, and dynamic images. Past versions of Aurora HDR were met with wide acclaim and won many industry awards. In fact, Apple selected Aurora HDR 2018 as the Best Mac App...

3 Simple Steps for HDR Editing

3 Simple Steps for HDR Editing How many times have you found a gorgeous scene to photograph, only to find that your photos were either too dark or too light?  This often happens when the dynamic range - the range of light values in the scene - is too much for your camera to handle in a single shot.  You can get...