Sharpening noisy images step 2

An understanding of sharpening is essential in order to get the most out of your digital images. We show you how applying some advanced techniques…

Why is it necessary to sharpen digital files and how is it actually done? We explain all there is to know in our guide to…

Many cameras allow you to perform an increasing number of adjustments and enhancements on your shots afterwards using in camera editing





Continuing his series on using the digital darkroom, Richard Sibley explains how to replicate an in-camera panning effect...

Richard Sibley shows us how to clone out objects in Photoshop, focusing specifically on linear objects such as lamp posts and telegraph poles









Richard Sibley shows how to use Levels adjustment layers in Photoshop 
to create quick layer masks for selective control

flat portraits before and after

Richard Sibley explains how to use the digital darkroom to rescue a flat portrait and transform it into a high-key black and white portrait...

In this article we give you step by step advice on how to convert images into a Lab colour space before reducing any unwanted colour…

If you want to achieve the best results possible with your pictures, then it’s time to stop shooting JPEGs and switch to shooting in raw..…

Fed up with tourists spoiling your holiday shots? Angela Nicholson explains how to get rid of them with a couple of simple techniques...

Adding catchlights to eyes can help brighten and lift them. Richard Sibley shows how a simple technique can add sparkle to a portrait...

We show you how to use the High Pass filter for advanced sharpening in Photoshop. It’s particularly useful when dealing with images containing many edges,…