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Three Easy Ways to Rotate an Image in Lightroom

In this tutorial, I’ll be sharing three easy ways you can use to rotate images in Lightroom Classic CC. There are a few reasons why you might want to do this: ...
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Strange Squares Appearing in Images Edited Using the Nik Collection

Recently I’ve received several emails asking for help with a Nik Plugin problem. What’s happening is that strange squares are appearing on images edited using some of the Nik Collection tools. This also came up when I recently ran a Lenscraft survey AND I’ve experienced this issue myself. Fortunately, I found a solution which I’m going to share in this ...
DxO PhotoLab and PureRAW Colour Shift Problem

Why I See a Colour Shift Using DxO PhotoLab & PureRAW

I’ve recently been approached by several people, experiencing the same issue with two DxO products so I decided it’s time for an article. The problem is a colour shift they see after processing a RAW file using either DxO PhotoLab or DxO PureRAW with Lightroom ...
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Is Your Nik Toolbar Missing in Photoshop?

If you found this article, then I suspect your Nik Toolbar has gone missing in Photoshop and you’re struggling to find it. This seems to be a common problem affecting Nik user’s since the new Nik Toolbar or Nik selective tool was introduced. Fortunately, I have a solution that may help. This has happened to me a few times (usually ...
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How to use the Photoshop Clone Stamp Tool

The Photoshop Clone Stamp Tool is one of the oldest repair tools in the Photoshop Tools Palette. Whilst Adobe has introduced newer repair tools, the Clone Stamp Tool remains extremely valuable. It’s a great tool to use when removing distractions in photos and especially when combined with other Photoshop repair tools ...
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How to Use The Patch Tool in Photoshop

When you need to quickly remove a large object from a photograph, the Photoshop Patch Tool could be the solution. In this tutorial, I’m going to explain how you can use the Patch Tool. I’ll also be sharing a few tips to help you achieve better results ...

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