We are delighted to publish the full series of tutorials (1-10) by Matt Kloskowski that will get you up and running with Lightroom Mobile in no time at all.
Great video by my friend Jack Hollingsworth, A Beginner’s Guide to Manual Controls in iPhone Photography: ISO.
Not to be missed, enjoy!
Sony and Jamie Oliver’s food photographer David Loftus, have joined ranks to offer some tips on how to capture the perfect Christmas dinner using the Sony Xperia XZ. A trend that is ever growing, food photography, will be an even hotter topic across social media this time of year, so Sony has teamed up with renowned food photographer David Loftus to give his top tips on showing off your festive gastronomical delights using your smartphone.
We have published a video below featuring David Loftus using the Xperia XZ to capture food. Enjoy!
As we reported yesterday Adobe updated Lightroom for iOS to version 2.6 and Lightroom for Android to 2.2.2 with a host of new and very useful features (see here).
We have published this link (below) to a series of videos created by Adobe’s own Julieanne Kost as host. She has covered Lightroom for Mobile (iOS) from end to end, including these new features.
Here’s a very interesting video tutorial using the Apple Pencil in Procreate by proficient iPad artist James Julier. I think you will enjoy this.
I recently discovered this great video tutorial by Elia Locardi. This video tutorial covers everything you need to know about working with Adobe Lightroom Mobile, all the way from shooting images in the field, transferring raw files to your mobile device, and syncing them to your desktop over the cloud. Not only that, this tutorial also takes things further by showing some of the Adobe Photoshop editing techniques I used to create one of my most famous photos from Stockholm, “Belly of the Beast.”
Take a look and let me know your thoughts below…
For many iPhoneographers, Snapseed (by Google) is an integral part of their workflow. A few taps and swipes and their images get the adjustments and pop they need. Even digital artists can add sharpening or a pop of color in mere seconds with this free app. When an app is woven that tightly into their everyday work, it’s natural to look at a complete rewrite of the user interface with trepidation.
Luckily, Snapseed’s new version, 2.0, still works the same as it did. It looks totally different, without the large boxes that cut down the amount of workspace. But when it comes down to how you work the controls, nothing has changed.
We’re delighted to publish Jerry Jobe’s latest technical tutorial and this time he has created a video version using the very popular app iColorama. We are quite sure you will all enjoy and learn much from this. Over to you Jerry, foreword by Joanne Carter.
“I recently responded to an art challenge by colorizing a black and white photo in iColorama, and was asked several times how I went about it. The video tutorial this week goes through the process of creating a different image, the one seen below..”.
We are delighted to publish this fantastic video tutorial on the uber popular iColorama app. Jerry Jobe runs through some great options to help you get the most out of this app. Over to you Jerry, (foreword by Joanne Carter).
iColorama is an app that thrives on experimentation. You see an effect and think to yourself. “How can I do that in iColorama?” Or you stumble upon an effect you haven’t tried before and think, “How can I use that?” It was a combination of those two questions that led to the image I will be recreating in the video tutorial today. The image is called “Bottled”.
The resulting video, which uses in the neighborhood of twenty different options, runs just over 17 minutes. I realize that will be too long for many of you, but believe me – there’s a lot going on and I fly through it.
Please let me know if you have any questions about the techniques used. Enjoy!
We’re really pleased to publish this video by Jerry Jobe describing the steps he took to create the image below, really wonderful. Over to you Jerry (foreword by Joanne Carter). “Here’s something I bet you didn’t know: I take … Read more