Category: Editing Photos

[April Fools’ Day] Exclusive: Luminar AI for Apple Watch

Skylum just announced a revolutionary Apple Watch companion app for Luminar AI, using onboard machine learning to make your photos great.

Photoshop Elements 2021 Classroom in a Book

Did I mention that 2020 was a busy year for me? One of my regular projects for the last couple of years has been updating the Adobe Photoshop Elements Classroom in a Book for Adobe Press/Pearson. I originally worked on it in 2013 when the authors were too busy to update the title, and then ...

PhotoActive #83: Raw and ProRAW on the iPhone

On the latest PhotoActive podcast episode, we dig into Apple's new ProRAW photo format, and Kirk McElhearn explores further in a post on his site, Kirkville.com.

How to Save a Lightroom Catalog After an Epic Mistake

The best stories are told from personal experience, right?

Editing Portrait Photos in Luminar 4

If you missed my webinar on editing portraits in Luminar 4 today, the replay is now available.

Watch Now: Editing Black and White Photos in Luminar 4

The replay of the webinar I presented today is online and free to view. Learn how to edit black and white photos using Luminar 4.

ON1 360 First Impressions at DPReview

Photographers often focus on the cloud-sync feature of Adobe Lightroom, often objecting to the way Lightroom (the newer version, not Lightroom Classic) automatically uploads all images to Creative Cloud. The software has been out for several years, and to this day (over the weekend, in fact) I get questions from people confused because they think ...

Watch My Luminar Webinar Replays

To help get the word out about my new book The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4, I’ve done a couple of webinars with my friends at Rocky Nook (my publisher). If you weren’t able to watch them live, you can rewatch them here. I’ve enjoyed doing these more than I expected. I’ve appeared on many ...

The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4, Now Available!

My newest book, The Photographer’s Guide to Luminar 4, is now available! Learn how to master this friendly but deceptively deep photo editing application.

The Value of Returning to Your Photos

It’s easy to finish a shoot or a vacation and then move on to the next one. But invariably I find gems and worthwhile photos when I return to them later, even more than a year later in this case.