Split toning is my favourite tool in Adobe Raw, once I’ve made my normal exposure, vibrance, clarity etc adjustments I always move over to split toning. So I though I would share a three of my go to settings. [More]
Hi there I am Sian an amateur photography and fashion blogger here to share some simple techniques I use to enhance my photos. This tutorial is about turning a shadowed image into a soft glow portrait. [More]
If you use Adobe Camera Raw as opposed to Lightroom, and there's still a few of us left, you'll love one of the updates to ACR. No more need to go to HDR pro or Photoshop to do panoramas, they're right here in our favourite editor; [More]
In this video I take a look at a brand new feature to ACR 8 and Lightroom 5. With just one click ACR will correct the vertical and horizontal perspectives of your image.
This works great for all kinds of images but especially architecture, with this feature your buildings will no longer “lean backwards”. [More]
I love HDR pro, and with the new Tone in ACR feature the workflow is quicker and easier than ever! With just a few clicks I can avoid all the HDR sliders and work in Adobe Camera Raw, where I’m much more familiar and comfortable with the controls. [More]
Develop presents in Lightroom or Camera Raw can be more than just a pretty effect. They can help do the heavy lifting or the monotonous processing, so you can focus your energy in more interesting areas. [More]
Vintage effects are still hugely popular with photographers and there are no shortage of ways which the effects can be achieved. You don’t even need a program like Photoshop to create the look as many mobile apps will do it at the touch of your screen. [More]
I was talking to a photographer the other day and I was saying how much I love Adobe Camera Raw (ACR), and that I’ll do 90% of what I want to achieve there before moving into Photoshop. He argued against this stating “Once you’ve clicked Open Image in ACR your adjustments can’t be changed”. By default this is true, but not when you use my beloved modifier keys…. [More]
I was recently asked how I was opening Jpeg files in Adobe Camera Raw (ACR). The reader told me that they had never been able to do this and wondered if this was a clever ‘Extra’ in Photoshop. Not at all is the answer so let me explain how it’s done, its just a setting hidden away. [More]
In this video I take a look at a feature of Adobe Camera Raw that is often over looked, Targeted Adjustment Tool.
I switch between using this and heading straight over to the right hand side, but find using the tool is just that bit quicker and ‘less fiddly’. [More]