I know many of you own an iPhone and I often get tweets on how I post process my iPhone photos. First off, I would just like to say that, without exeption, all my iPhone photos are processed within the iPhone. I don’t have the time or desire to process them on my computer.
So let me take this opportunity to go through my top iPhone photo apps. But more importantly, I’ll guide you through the apps and how I personally use them. Last June, I had posted my top iPhone photo apps but things move quickly in the app store and on my iPhone so this update was a long time coming! So let’s get Continue Reading »
As you guys know, Yanik’s Photo School is all about photography education through various tutorials, tips and tricks. But once in a while I’ll take the time to review off campus educational materials so that you may make a conscious decision about acquiring certain products.
Today is such a day. I’ll be reviewing the latest DVD tutorial package by famous pro photographer Joey Lawrence. After the success of his Continue Reading »
I’ve been asked often about Gimp and if I would write up tutorials for it so I thought that I would post something up.
First of all, if you don’t know Gimp, it’s the most popular and function-rich, stand-alone photo editing software out there that’s 100% FREE! Got your attention?
I wish I could personally write up some Gimp tutorials but, to be honest, I’ve never tried it! I’ve been with my good buddy Photoshop since version 3 (not CS3). I know that for many of you, Photoshop is pretty expensive especially if Continue Reading »
Today I’m going to give you a list of the top 10 free online photo editing Websites. Why you might ask? For many reasons but mainly because you’ve asked me to! I’m really glad I added a Suggestion Box because you guys are using it! Keep it up.
I think this post is quite pertinent with the economy the way it is right now, and will probably be for a few years. You might think twice about your future luxury purchases Continue Reading »
Just a quick post to let you know that the photographer’s best friend, Adobe Photoshop CS4, is out! In the new ACR (Adobe Camera RAW), it added some of the very cool features that you can already find in Lightroom 2. They Added the Adjustment Brush and the Graduated Filter, which makes perfect sense.
There’s also a couple new new goodies like the Adjustments Panel and Panning & Zooming. You can check out the whole list of new features HERE.
To see some cool videos from Scott Kelby and the NAPP team explaining the new features, have a looksy HERE.
Is Photoshop CS4 worth Continue Reading »
Good morning every body
I just had the opportunity to test drive Adobe’s free online image editing software called Photoshop Express.
Having been an avid Photoshop user for roughly 7 years and also giving workshops, I wasn’t expecting much from a free Flash-based software. But boy was I impressed when I loaded my first image and started playing with the various adjustments. Let me break it down for you: Continue Reading »