How To Create a Greeting Card Template Using Affinity Photo

Make Your Own Greeting Card Template Using Affinity Photo

I was recently asked how to design a greeting card template using Affinity Photo. As many photographers want to do this, I thought it would make an ideal tutorial to share ...
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How To Use Lightroom Profiles For Better Photos

In this tutorial, I answer two important questions: what are Lightroom Profiles, and how do I use them to create better photos? You’ll also learn where to find them and, most importantly, how to use them in your workflow ...
Comparing the original iPhone photo with the iPhone long exposure

Capturing iPhone Long Exposure Photos

Did you know that there is an easy way to capture a long exposure on an iPhone? You don’t need any special software, only the software you will find on your iPhone by default. Best of all, you can capture these long-exposure photos handheld. You won’t need to put your iPhone on a tripod. In this article, I’ll explain everything ...
How To Blur the Background in Affinity Photo

How To Blur The Background In Affinity Photo

In this tutorial, we look at three steps to blur the background of a photo using Affinity Photo. The starting image below features two people against a slightly blurred background ...
How To Find Missing Photos in Lightroom

How To Find Missing Photos in Lightroom

In this article, we look at how to find missing photos in Lightroom. We also look at why photos can go missing to help you avoid this problem in the future. Remember, the best way to deal with missing photos is to avoid creating the problem in the first place. With that in mind, let’s look at this first ...
Fix Converging Verticals With DxO ViewPoint 4

Fix Converging Verticals With DxO ViewPoint 4

In this article, I'll explain how to fix converging verticals using DxO ViewPoint 4. It is, of course, possible to avoid converging verticals when you capture your photo. If you'd like to know more about how to do this, see my other tutorial on the subject ...

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