Digital Photography Software Tutorials and Reviews
Not happy with your shots? Something is in the photo that shouldn’t be? Maybe it was a bit too dark? Whatever the worry, there are plenty of applications available that let you edit your photos. Here’s a list of the top 10 free photo editing programs to help you decide what’s right for you and your digital images.
If free photo editing software isn’t satisfying your editing needs and you’re considering purchasing an image editing program, take a look at this review of the new Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 Ultimate. This photo editing program is affordable and sure to meet your photo editing needs. Considering upgrading your copy of Photoshop? This Adobe Photoshop CS4 review will help you decide if it’s worth the money.
After you purchase photo editing software, there’s a lot to learn. It can be overwhelming to the new user! Or maybe you’ve had the software for a while now but have left a lot of the features unexplored. Bright Hub’s digital photography software tutorials are easy-to-follow, often provide illustrated instructions and will leave you with a better understanding of the way your photo editing program works to better your digital images. Take for example, this Paint Shop Pro tutorial will teach you how to install and use the new background remover plugin that comes bundled with the Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2 Ultimate package. From converting your photos to black and white to removing unsightly blemishes from your photos, these Photoshop tutorials will teach you how to tweak your digital images to look their best.
But it doesn’t stop at photo editing software; did you know that WinZip has new technology called PhotoZip? This WinZip review will explain what these new features means to you, as a digital photographer. If you already have WinZip, here’s a tutorial to learn how to compress a JPEG file easily using WinZip 12.
Have you accidentally deleted photos from your PC or saved over original copies? Diskeeper Undelete 2009 is a program that helps you recover lost images, and not just from your PC. Undelete can recover images from your digital camera, even if they were deleted four months ago!
Before you show your best photos to the public, be sure to protect yourself and your images by adding your mark. This article on watermarks will explain why you should use a watermark on your images, what information should be included when watermarking and provide you with additional tutorials on how to create watermarks and add them to your photos using photo editing software, such as Photoshop, Photoshop Elements and Paint Shop Pro.