When it comes to editing raw, you don’t actually need to shell out for Adobe Photoshop or Lightroom… or do you?
Don’t just tone images as an afterthought, shoot with it specifically in mind to produce better images in our weekly challenge.
Lightroom is often seen as the ‘Light’ version of Photoshop, but it’s actually a powerful image editing software package. It’s based around a photographer’s workflow, uses the same raw processing engine as Photoshop and offers many of the same controls, but it lacks some of the flexibility as well as the ability to work on layers.
Portrait photography is something we all do, but which most of us could probably all do a lot better. But what are the tips and tricks that the pros use to take stunning portraits day in, day out, whether they’re shooting a professional model, taking bread-and-butter corporate headshots or snapping family groups? Well, here’s a list of portrait photography tips that professional photographers are unlikely to tell you – unless you ask them, obviously…