Affordable and safe ways to save and share your images.
A checklist of the improvements you can make to your existing set up for photo editing and output.
The basic set up and tools needed for printing photos at home.
How to choose the right set up for printing your photos.
Starter tips for selecting the right image editor.
When you’re editing, the monitor screen should display colours and tones as close as possible to ‘real world’ values.
A search through old shoeboxes (the traditional storage places for old photos) and photo albums will probably reveal a diverse collection of prints, film types and formats, all of which will require different treatment.
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.
How to give useful feedback on your own and other people’s photographs.
ICC profiles play a critical role in an imaging workflow.