With so many social networking sites out there, saving your images for the web can get confusing. Luckily, Karen walks you through how to crop your photos for sites such as Facebook and Pinterest!
Digital Photography Tips
Getting great photos in Elements starts with the camera; learn the best tips and tricks for getting the images you want while out in the field.
Using Gradient Maps, Mike demonstrates how to create soft and luscious tones for all types of images.
Color is one of the most important components to modern day photography, something that we all interact with yet almost always don’t understand. Thanks to an Ask-Liz email from David Erickson all about color calibration, I thought I’d help y’all out and hopefully demystify what our computers are doing under the hood!
In Elements 11, the Camera Raw dialog has changed a few of its sliders. However, Matt shows you how these new changes make for the best camera raw settings yet!
Do you have any dull digital images that need a basic pick-me-up? With just three simple layers, Karen walks you through how to take a gray, flat image and give it a much-needed boost!
What happens when you take an image that appears too hazy to fix? Larry walks you through some easy steps to repair a foggy photo!
In another of Matt’s ‘How to Edit a Photo, Start to Finish’ videos, he works his way through editing an image with a difficult, over-exposure issue.
When a single shot doesn’t capture a scene the way you see it, shoot and blend multiple exposures to get the best of each.
With these low-light tips, there’s no need to stop shooting when the sun goes down.
Teach your camera how to see infrared light and discover a beautiful world of bright white leaves and dark gray skies.
In another one of Matt’s great ‘How to Edit a Photo, Start to Finish’ videos, he takes you through how to edit an underexposed landscape photograph.
Larry introduces you to a fantastic way of sharpening your images before printing them – using the High Pass filter!
You don’t have to spend a fortune to get great lighting. All you need is an external flash and a few helpful hints.
Modern cameras are great at taking sharp, well-exposed photos, but they can’t guarantee you’ll get interesting ones. To truly become a good photographer, you must learn how to “see” a great shot.
Matt takes you through his whole editing process, from taking the photo straight out of the camera to creating the finished product.
Cold weather can be hard on your camera. Before you head out to document that snowball fight, make sure your equipment is ready with these five tips.
If you find yourself spending a lot of time trying to correct colors in Elements–or feel like your photos are a bit lifeless and aren’t sure why–it’s time to become better acquainted with your camera’s white balance settings.
Learn how to use your camera–and the magic of pin bokeh–to reshape the lights in your scene.