Over the last seven years, Lightroom has evolved from a simple but effective RAW converter into a powerful all-in-one digital photo workflow tool. This article compares Lightroom and Photoshop the two programs and shows you where Photoshop still has the upper hand.
Since Adobe introduced its new subscription-only licensing model, many seasoned users have begun to experiment with the open source competition. In this article, Bernhard Stockmann uses hands-on examples to show just how capable GIMP has become.
Author: Sascha Steinhoff | Issue 9 | Year: 2012 We test the robustness of some of today’s invisible watermarking tools..
Interior photography follows its own rules and presents the photographer with a unique set of challenges. This workshop goes into detail on how to choose a subject and effectively shoot various types of indoor scenes in a number of different lighting situations.
Photographers have a lot to gain from advanced blending mode and layer techniques that go beyond simply selecting "Overlay" mode and playing around with opacity values. These techniques offer image editing options using just a few mouse clicks.
Learn about the specialized chromatic aberration corrective programs and how you can use them to get rid of those irritating RAW and JPEG color smears.
Take a look at how drones work, how they can be used to capture unusual photos, and some of the technical challenges you'll likely face before your first take-off.
Tips and tricks to keep your Lightroom workflow running smoothly, even when you have your hands full of cameras.
We give you an overview of what's available and put eight lenses from M.Zuiko, Sigma, and Lumix through an comprehensive test.
We introduce some helpful tools for processing in 32-bit mode and what's good about the mode while explaining which aspects still need improving.