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.
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.
A brief refresher on things to consider when framing shots for both still pictures and video recordings.
Ways to create landscape photographs that make the viewer feel immersed in the scene.
Cropping images in post-production can give you another chance to re-frame your shots more creatively.
How to ensure you’re well set up for recorded footage, including computer needs, video software options, and using 4K and 6k for stills.
At a time of limited new photo opportunities, why not try out some new software for viewing, editing and displaying your images…
We look at some common problems that can cause prints to look different from expectations, and provide some advice on how to fix them.
How to use a couple of traditional photo editing tools to adjust and perfect the light in your images.
How to use Curves adjustments to control image colour, brightness and contrast.