Whether you’re starting from scratch or augmenting your current workspace, the basic tools you’ll need for a digital darkroom are a computer, a monitor screen and a printer. You’ll also need backing-up systems and, possibly, a scanner.
Photo Review tips section
Memory cards are changing to meet the increasing need for data transfer speed and storage capacity.
Backing-up should be the first step in any image or video editing process.
What to do when your camera has trouble focusing and exposing in poorly-lit environments.
We investigate various kit options for owners of interchangeable-lens cameras.
How to give useful feedback on your own and other people’s photographs.
We all know photo albums are the first things people pack when they’re forced to leave home due to catastrophes like fire and flooding.
We examine why and when sensor crop factors should be considered when you’re shooting with the camera hand-held in low light levels.
ICC profiles play a critical role in an imaging workflow.
Teleconverters provide an affordable way to increase the focal length of a lens – but should you buy one?