Comparing the three dimensional effect of image sharpening with the Nik Collection

My New Approach to Image Sharpening Software in 2024

When it comes to image sharpening, a lot has changed in recent years. Possibly one of the most significant is the use of AI sharpening tools but this could be causing us to miss something very important ...
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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Announcing The Dark Image System For Lightroom

The Dark Image System for Lightroom is a new approach to producing excellent landscape photography. It's counter intuitive but easy to learn and apply. Register your interest here ...
Creating Abstract Art From Photo using Affinity Photo

Creating Abstract Art From Photos Using Affinity Photo

A subscriber recently asked me how to copy an effect to produce abstract art from photos, using Affinity Photo. When I looked at his examples, they appeared to use double or multiple exposures. Some also used textures blended into the image. While the double exposure effect can be created in the camera, the Texture blending must be done in an ...
The No.1 Sharpening Mistake in Affinity Photo

The No.1 Sharpening Mistake in Affinity Photo

When you’ve finished editing a photo and you are ready to sharpen it, there’s a common mistake that you need to avoid. This mistake doesn’t have a name to describe it, but it can easily cause you to over or under sharpen your photos ...
Learn How to Turn Day Into Night in Affinity Photo

Learn How to Turn Day Into Night in Affinity Photo

In a recent tutorial, I explained how to turn a daytime photo into a night-time scene using Adobe Lightroom. This caused a lot of people to ask, “can you do the same using Affinity Photo”. The answer is yes, but it’s a little more involved. So, in this tutorial, I’ll explain a two-step process to turn day into night using ...

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