Create Movie Credits in After Effects

In this tutorial, Daniel demonstrates how easy it is to create clean, professional movie credits using only After Effects.

The Adjustment Brush in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw

In this article, we’re going to unlock the power of the Adjustment Brush in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw.

Steadicam Smoothee

Tired of shaky movies from your iPhone or adventure camera? Do you wish your handheld videos could have the smooth, shake-free look of Hollywood films? Well, you’re in luck.

Nikon COOLPIX P600

If you’re looking for a camera that shoots faraway objects (birds, the moon, or your kid on stage from the back of the auditorium when you arrive late for her recital), then I have the compact camera for you: the Nikon COOLPIX P600.

Using the Histogram to Learn What the Sliders Do in Photoshop Camera Raw

If you’re like me and you don’t use the histogram on your camera (well, I do use my camera’s highlight clipping warning, but technically that’s separate from the actual histogram), knowing how the sliders in the Basic panel of Camera Raw affect your histogram can be really helpful.

Nikon D3300

Are you looking to take great pictures of kids in action, beautiful landscapes, or people at a party, in any kind of light, with an economical, lightweight, consumer DSLR? Then the Nikon D3300 is for you.

Highlight Clipping in Adobe Photoshop Camera Raw (and Why You Should Care)

I come from a traditional film background where we were concerned with nailing the exposure for the shadows and would let the highlights kind of take care of themselves. Today, with digital sensors, it’s exactly the opposite. Our main concern is retaining highlight details, making sure that the brightest parts of our images have detail.

Edit a Color Photo with Black-and-White Values in Lightroom

In this tutorial, Stephen Burns uses black-and-white tonal values, the Graduated Filter, and the Adjustment Brush to edit a color photo in Lightroom.

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