Learn what lies beneath the surface of blending modes in Photoshop
Check out all the new and updated features in the June 2020 release for the Lightroom ecosystem
Explore a set of three new plug-ins that help get your work done faster
Learn how to turn your travel architectural photographs into fine art
With a little planning, capturing the right images for composites can be magical
As you've raced to meet deadlines in the past, you may have missed some very useful Photoshop features along the way
What to consider when making the creative choice to convert images to black-and-white
Get your work done faster in Photoshop so you can enjoy the finer things in life
Explore the Calibration panel as a gateway to colorful effects
A great image relies on a solid foundation of tonal values
Exploring the process of idea-to-image photography projects
Terry White takes us on a tour of Photoshop on the iPad
Learn how simple lighting changes can make a huge difference in your portraits
All the help you need to find the perfect gift for the photographer on your holiday list
Learn how to fly high in Lightroom by avoiding the five biggest processing mistakes
Welcome to the 20th anniversary of our “Annual 100 Photoshop Hot Tips” issue!
Learn to create beautiful Hollywood-style portraits with bounce lighting
Learn the best practices when retouching eyes for the high-end market
Rick Sammon shares his favorite tips for capturing amazing horse photographs
Understanding color profiles and color proofing is critical for getting your colors to look right when printing your images
Syncing Lightroom Classic collections will allow you to easily share photo galleries and get feedback on your images using Lightroom web
From creative sharpening to output sharpening, there are a lot of tools in Photoshop that can make your images stand out in the wilderness
Take a tour of the latest features in the Lightroom ecosystem
When the going gets tough, Photoshop plug-ins can help you weather the storm and get the job done
Learn how to dodge and burn your images to perfection
Don’t let unwanted elements in your images capture the eyes of your viewers
Learn the perfect formula for capturing the types of street photographs that you envision
How to bring your imagination to life through photography and Photoshop
Tips and techniques for capturing beautiful wildlife images from photography blinds
Quick-and-easy color-correcting techniques that will make your portraits pleasing to the eye
Learn how to hand-color black-and-white images using the Adjustment Brush.
Harmonizing color and composition to make landscape images come alive
Check out all the new features in the recent Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC updates.
Great gift ideas for the photographer on your holiday list
The latest version of Lightroom has streamlined the merging of HDR panoramas
These scary-good Photoshop tips will have your competition shaking in their boots!
White balance can be used to correct the color in your images, or it can be used creatively to control the mood.
Creating custom presets can take your workflow and creativity to another dimension!
Learn how to squeeze every last drop out of a photography workshop.
Turn photographic images into works of art with the Mixer Brush tool in Photoshop.
With just one light and a modifier or two, it’s easy to capture amazing images.
Learn how channels can help you make better selections and edit the color in your images.
Martin Evening explores the new Profile Browser for creative effects.
Creative layer effects can keep your images and designs from breaking down and being left in the dark.
Learn how to capture powerful portraits in a small home studio.
Exploring the past can inspire your present and future designs.
Learn how to light up a subject as if you have multiple flashes, when in reality you’re only using one flash.
What do you do when that almost-perfect photo has one little flaw? Fix it in Photoshop, of course!
Learn how to capture and create natural-looking HDR environmental portraits.
A nondestructive workflow isn't only about flexibility, it's also about accuracy, efficiency, and creativity.
Learn how to capture amazing images when the weather turns cold.
Use Transform Warp, Puppet Warp, and Liquify to turn and twist your subject into the perfect form.
The new Range Mask feature can help you fine-tune all of your local adjustments.
Scott Kelby helps you pick out the perfect gifts for all the photographers in your life
Scott Kelby and Rob Sylvan help us better understand the differences between the two new versions of Lightroom.
You don't have to be a Photoshop prognosticator to get all the best tips!
Learn all about the new Lightroom ecosystem!
Cultivate better images and graphic designs with Photoshop Filters
Learn to be a better photographer through the practice of self-portraiture
Photoshop plug-ins are engineered to increase your productivity and creativity.
Learn to use Lightroom and Photoshop together for processing better images
Once you master selections in Photoshop, your imagination will be set free
The first step to taking great photographs is to master the exposure triangle.
Adding finishing effects to your images will have your clients screaming for more
With the power of Lightroom, you can turn a brightly lit sky into a night sky, turn on street lamps, and light up windows.
Dive into the world of layers and learn why they're so important to everything you do in Photoshop.
Rick Sammon shares all of his secrets for shooting birds in flight.
When it comes to retouching men vs. women, the features we want to accentuate or diminish are oceans apart.
Learn how to use tethering in Lightroom to create beautiful B&W portraits and fashion images.
Martin Evening tells us how and when to use the tools in Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop to keep our images looking sharp.
Learn how to start over from scratch in Lightroom without losing all of your hard work.
Learn how to use the Creative Cloud and mobile apps to take your productivity on the road.
In this brand-new column by Serge Ramelli, learn how to turn a photograph taken in bad weather into an amazing shot in Lightroom.
It's hard to believe that it's been 11 years since Scott Kelby started his "Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide" tradition in Photoshop User.
Using Dehaze as a local adjustment with the Graduated Filter.
Photoshop, graphics tablets, and pen computers have given modern-day artists the power to push their creativity beyond the limits of their imaginations.
These tips will not only help boost your productivity but they’ll also kick your creativity into high gear.
Some reviewers claim that Capture One Pro checkmates Lightroom when it comes to rendering RAW files.
If I had to point to the biggest problem I see in most people’s images, it’s that their images look flat.
Overcome creative challenges by skillfully using stock assets.
The applications and features in Adobe Creative Cloud work well together, and also help photographers and designers work better together.
It was inevitable that Adobe would have to create a new way to handle and process files on phones and tablets.
Create amazing video demo reels in Photoshop to help jump-start new career opportunities.
Let’s look to Lightroom to see what can be done to improve or outright fix the most common problems plaguing our family photos.
The conference that will carry you away to new worlds of creativity, inspiration, and fun.
For every outdoor photographer comes a challenge to capture this often awe-inspiring event that occurs with every turn of our globe.
Adobe Creative Cloud mobile apps will help keep your creativity in sync.
I always start editing my photos by setting the white balance first, because if you get the white balance right, the color is right, and your color correction problems pretty much go away.
Lightroom comes with a number of built-in Develop module presets that you can apply to any photo with just one click.
To be listed here, they have to be products that I use myself, and that I absolutely love, and now can’t live without.
There are two auto conversion methods for converting your images from color to black and white.
Vincent Versace is an internationally recognized pioneer in the art and science of digital photography, so we were beyond excited when he agreed to teach us how to make better black-and-white images.
You don't need to fall into a vat of acid or be bitten by a radioactive insect to have Photoshop superpowers that will help you crush your productivity enemies.
There are times when you’ll need to share a whole series of images with your client so he can pick the images that he’ll ultimately want to use.
Learn how to take amazing exterior and interior shots and then edit them from the ground up in Photoshop.
From wildlife to outdoor portraits, learn how to create captivating images that will have a world of impact.
I think Adobe has really done a great job with Lightroom CC, with many added features that will make your workflow easier and more powerful.
It’s important to ensure that the products that support your work are able to handle the archvillains of today’s digital age.
How Lightroom handles RAW + JPEG files, and does it make sense to use this mode in your camera
Learn everything you need to know to create awesome composites in Photoshop.
The pros and cons of watermarking and how the Lightroom Watermark Editor can simplify the process
Let’s explore some ways to be more productive in Lightroom.
Efficient options to minimize your postcapture editing
What should you consider when creating your brand?
I often hear people say that they’re creative, but they’re not that good at business, or that they’re business-minded but not really the artsy type.
Take a look at how the Lens Corrections panel can help you build an incredible portfolio
Featuring an unbridled collection of 100% absolutely necessary gear that there’s no way we can see clear to live another minute of our hopeless, desperate lives without.
Check out the major features and minor improvements to the Lightroom experience
In this type of portrait, the planning of the setup and shots is just as important—or perhaps more important—as the postproduction.
What’s a photographer to do when the light isn’t as obviously beautiful as it is at dawn or dusk?
Photoshop has long been the standard for static image processing, but in this day of social media and smartphones we need it to do more.
Blend multiple exposures into a 32-bit image for greater control and realism
Compositing with photographic elements can crack open a limitless realm of wonderful possibilities.
While many Photoshop users immediately think Photoshop is only used for photography, it’s actually used to manipulate pixels of all kinds.
Self-employed photographers must follow many rules, but without clients walking through the door, none of those rules matter.
Photoshop and Lightroom are at the core of many photographers’ imaging workflows.
Our lab is Photoshop, and all its tools are our bubbling beakers and sizzling electrodes.
Scott Kelby’s 8th Annual Gonzo Holiday Gear Guide
Manipulate and render 3D Type in Photoshop, with high-end 3D application results
How to create, edit, and share videos online with the help of Photoshop
When and How to Combine the Extraordinary Applications in the Adobe Creative Suite
From bright skies to dark foregrounds to just about everything in between—learn to overcome Mother Nature's toughest challenges
Everything you need to know to create better wedding and portrait images in Photoshop and Lightroom
Retouch, replace, rebuild, or resurrect. Learn how to recognize which skills are required and what tools to use for professional results.
Jam-packed with cool stuff that you absolutely don't need but desperately want
Edit, tweak, change, and adjust images without permanently damaging the original
The world's best Photoshop instructors put together their top 100 Photoshop tips
Take advantage of what is arguably the most powerful feature in Photoshop
Pushing sharpness, details, and contrast of your images to the extreme
Senior Product Manager, Bryan O'Neil Hughes, gives us an inside look at the making of Photoshop CS6.
Time-tested methods and resources for being on time and staying within your budget