From lens focal lengths and fill-flash to portraits, macro or stunning landscapes there are techniques for everyone. Learn how to use metering, considering composition and shoot everything from classic cars to derelict buildings. We also have 100s of easy to follow step by step photo editing tutorials.
Learn how to use Express Lab which is launched from within PaintShop Photo Pro X3.
- 23 Oct 2010
Duncan Evans explains how to tone your images to get that retro feel using Photoshop CS3.
- 26 Jul 2007
In this series of articles using Paint Shop Pro we show you how to pimp up a Camper van and here we work on the wheel arches. Try following our technique and then using it to max up your car photos.
- 30 Sep 2008
Michael Bates shows us how to add a frade edge and sepia tone to our images.
- 22 Sep 2008
Using layers and Motion Blur filter to create a sense of speed.
- 24 Mar 2012
Robin Whalley introduces Lightroom and explains why it's a piece of sofware photographers will find useful.
- 28 Feb 2012
Making a photo selectively coloured has been conveniently termed colour popping. Here Ashley Price shows us how to do it in Corel's Paint Shop Pro image editing program.
- 30 Nov -0001
Here we are going to learn how to replace the background of a photograph and correct the lighting so that the two images are seamlessly combined to recreate a special moment. Michael Bates is your tutor and he's using the free editing program Gimp
- 25 Jun 2008
In this series of articles using Paint Shop Pro we show you how to pimp up a Camper van and here we work on widening the tires. Try following our technique and then using it to max up your own car photos.
- 1 Oct 2008
High Key images are popular and easy to re-create in Photoshop.
- 12 Mar 2010
Peter Bargh looks at a scanning technique to help you get better results from your high contrast transparencies.
- 30 Nov -0001
Photographs taken with a digital camera very often only need a series of small changes to significantly improve them. Using Photoshop 6 let's show you what we mean with the image below.
- 8 Jan 2001