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8 Advanced Photo Edits You Can Do on Your Phone

You might already be familiar with the quick fixes you can apply to your pictures after you’ve snapped them, right on your phone—but if you want to take your mobile photo editing to the next level there are tools and apps that can help here too. Here are some advanced tricks to try and how to apply them. Read More >>

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7 Free Online Tools to Rescue Your Photos Without Photoshop

Whether you’re sharing photos on Instagram or working on an art project, the quality of the final image matters. Even if you don’t have something like Photoshop installed, you can get your pictures looking their best with the help of some free, simple-to-use web apps—and we’ve picked out seven of the best for your needs right here. Read More >>

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Someone Finally Hijacked Deep Learning Tech to Create More Than Nightmares

It’s been almost two years since Google liquefied our brains with its Deep Dream neural network and the nightmare-inducing images the technology created. But now, a team from the University of California, Berkeley is sort of doing the opposite—emphasis on “sort of.” Read More >>

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Apple Photos vs Google Photos, What’s Better?

Nothing is more important to us than our precious digital photos, so keeping them stored safely in the cloud is crucial. The problem is, both Apple and Google have great photo-storage services, and it’s hard to know which one is actually better. Here’s how Apple Photos and Google Photos stack up against each other. Read More >>

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Now Android Users Can Have All the Selfie Fun With Prisma

If you’ve been seeing selfies of your friends that look like paintings, don’t worry. They (probably) haven’t magically become artists overnight. Prisma — an app that turns your photos into paintings — has been blowing up over the past couple weeks on Apple devices, and it’s now available for Android. Read More >>

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18 Quick Photoshop Tips for Beginners

Photoshop is a vast program, packed with all kinds of sophisticated tools and functions to keep the professional photography world turning. Whatever your level of experience with the software, though, there are some quick and easy tips you can take advantage of to improve your Photoshop game — here are some of our favourite ones. Read More >>

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Want to Know How Image Filters Work? This Video Explains All

When it comes to image filters, these days it's often a case of choosing between Instagram’s Hudson or Hefe. But in reality those filters are a combination of several simpler effects — and this video explains how they work. Read More >>

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Growing Up With Photoshop

I don't remember what the first thing I ever made in Photoshop was, much less why. What brought me to the software in 1996, at age thirteen, is a faded memory. But I'd like to think that I saw a power in learning its magic — even then, I knew it could conjure incredible things. Read More >>

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Photoshop May be Coming to Your Web Browser

Today at the Adobe MAX event in Los Angeles, the software maker demoed a batch of new products they have brewing for future releases. One of the coolest was a web version of Photoshop that allows some pretty impressive image-editing capability without the need to install any software. Read More >>

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It’s Amazing How Much Retouching Goes Into Even a Rolex Photo

We know how extreme photo retouching can get when human bodies are the focus. But what about when the subject is an inanimate object? This time-lapse shows the insane levels of doting that go into make a Rolex watch look its absolute best. Read More >>

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Snapseed for Android: Powerful Photo Editing Even for Amateurs

Considering your smartphone shutter is likely pretty decent at this point, you probably tend to do at least a little basic photo editing. If you're an Android user you now have one more great option for that with Snapseed. Read More >>

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How Much Should You Photoshop Your Photography?

Most photographers agree that 'global edits' -- i.e., edits that are applied to your entire photograph at once, such as white-balance corrections; saturation adjustments; black-and-white conversions, and sharpening -- are here to stay. Spot-editing, however -- i.e., edits that are applied to only a small portion of your photo -- tends to be a whole other ball game, with photographers arguing out the ethics day-and-night. There are three general views which you should learn about: Read More >>