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You've found the ideal shot. There's just one problem. People keep walking through the frame. Don't worry, you can still get the shot you want with a little help from Photoshop.
Luminosity masking is a relatively simple post-production technique for photographers wrestling with high-contrast shooting conditions.
The secret to reducing noise and sharpening your images lies with local rather than global adjustments. In this step-by-step workflow you'll learn this powerful image-editing technique.
Find out how to take control of Adobe Lightroom's Spot Removal Tool to remove distractions and create more powerful images.
Combine depth of field and colour adjustments to create this popular miniaturised effect in Lightroom.
What was once a common technique for editing in the darkroom still has great practical implications today. Simon Skellon shows how to make the most of dodging and burning in Adobe Lightroom.
Lightroom's new Dehaze feature is a boon for washed-out photos. Image-editing guru Mark Galer demonstrates the finer points in this practical step-by-step project.
We show you how to use Lightroom’s split toning adjustments to do more with colour and tone.
In this step-by-step tutorial, imaging expert Mark Galer shows you how to optimise an image in Photoshop Lightroom and then create an abstract version using Smart Filters in Photoshop CC.
In this tutorial, Mark Galer shows you how to switch between Lightroom and Photoshop in order to take control of colour and tone.
Mark Galer shows you how to make your landscapes 'pop' by enhancing colour, tone, sharpness and much more in Adobe Lightroom.
By maximising shadow and highlight detail and boosting midtone contrast you can produce images for maximum impact.
In this special step-by-step tutorial Mark Galer shows you how to produce beautiful looking videos without leaving the familiar Photoshop interface.
Capturing a ‘slow shutter speed’ photo with strong colours and contrast is harder than it looks.