DxO PhotoLab 3: Redesigned Repair Tool

DxO PhotoLab 3 introduces a redesigned Repair tool, now allowing you to choose the source of your repair point, adjust the feathering and opacity of the repair, and switch between repair and traditional cloning. This is all controlled from a new Repair palette, bringing more power than ever to DxO…Read More

GIMP 2.10.14 Released

GIMP 2.10.14 arrives with bugfixes and various enhancements. Here are release highlights: Basic out-of-canvas pixels viewing and editing Optional editing of layers with disabled visibility Foreground Select tool: new Grayscale Preview Mode Newly added Normal Map filter 27 old filters ported to use GEGL buffers HEIF, TIFF, and PDF support improvements Better loading of corrupted XCF files Grayscale workflows…Read More

6 Tools for API design, development and testing

From design to deploy, these tools will have your API and microservices up and running in no time. With today’s businesses running a plethora of systems across diverse environments, taking advantage of the modern IT economy lies in an organisations ability to create value via their APIs and microservices.  …Read More

DxO PhotoLab 3: The New HSL Tool

DxO PhotoLab 3 has just launched, and with it come some very exciting new features — the most colorful one being the new HSL (Hue / Saturation / Luminance) tool! In this article I’m going to show you just what it can do. The New DxO PhotoLab 3 HSL Tool Before…Read More

Advanced Black and White Conversion in Silver Efex Pro

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Making the Most of High ISO Images

Modern cameras do a pretty amazing job of minimizing noise in high ISO images. But they also let you go up to some pretty crazy high ISO settings! If you’re trying to eliminate the noise from any photo, there are multiple approaches. Indeed, let’s see how to eliminate noise reduction…Read More

Creative Portrait Photography, part 1

How to edit a portrait Portraiture is a wonderful form of photography because it’s one of the most diverse things you can possibly shoot. Not only are the subjects themselves incredibly diverse, but you can approach the lighting, the set, the posing, and even the post processing. Indeed, there are…Read More