Sitting in your DSLR’s menu screen is the Image Quality option. It’s the first menu option because it’s an important one: it affects the speed at which you can take pictures, how many shots you can take and how much information is recorded to your memory card. The main choice is whether to shoot in the JPEG or Raw file format (or both, which we’ll cover later).
In their first guest video tutorial, our friends at Practical Photoshop show step-by-step how to use Layer Masks to add reflections to your images in Photoshop.
In this excellent tutorial, our friends at the Canon magazine PhotoPlus explain how to photograph a city scene just after sunset and capture atmospheric pictures of illuminated buildings and landmarks – as well as the best techniques for fine-tuning your images on the computer.
In their latest guest video, our friends at PhotoPlus show you step by step how to create a silhouette effect in Photoshop Elements.