Written Tutorials & Guides

Before we go into the (very easy) installation process, I want to get into what actions are and what they can be used for. … More Installing & Using Actions in Photoshop »

For this manip, I used After Effects to animate it – if you also want to do this, there are some tips you might … More Encounter – AE Animation Tips & Details »

All beginnings are hard, make no mistake. I for example am currently trying to get a grip on Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects … More Photomanips for Beginners pt4 – the daunting task of getting started »

I wanted to share with you the equipment that I use now for my video tutorials to show you you don’t need to spend … More My Recording Equipment & Software »

*.xmp files are files that include adjustments for your photos that can be used in Lightroom as well as Camera RAW – both are … More Installing & Using *xmp Presets in Lightroom & Camera RAW »

Part 3 of the Photomanips for Beginners series deals with the other essential thing you will need besides software: images. If you don’t (want … More Photomanips for Beginners pt3 – Photography & Stock Images »

Now that we have established what a photomanipulation is (or can be at least), we are going to go into the details of how … More Photomanips for Beginners pt2 – Photomanipulation Software »

There are many different names floating around the internet for what I could be called a photomanipulation. I’ve heard: composings, composites, blends, edits, manips, … More Photomanips for Beginners pt1 – what is a photomanipulation? »

There are many types of stock photography, just as many as there are stock users. What works for one type of use may be … More How to choose stock for photomanipulations »

Photoshop has a great arsenal of tools that let you work non-destructively. Let’s take a look at three of the most important options. 1. … More Non-Destructive Editing in Photoshop »