A free piece of software that looks and runs like Photoshop sounds too good to be true, right? Here's what you need to know about this potential "Photoshop killer".
Articles written by Paul Parker
Hopefully, many photographers are doing the right thing and backing up their precious images to keep them safe. Problem is, are those particular storage methods any good long-term?
Being quiet or lacking confidence as a photographer can negatively affect your career and the images you make. Use these tips to receive more respect and attention with your camera.
The additional steps and costs involved with shooting on film often put many photographers off. What if you could have the best of both worlds and use digital in your older film cameras?
Unhappy or unfulfilled photographers are only a matter of clicks away from putting the camera down permanently. Ask yourself these questions before it's too late.
For photographers, the "Blue Tick" next to your name is an important signal to clients and customers that you are of some merit. Here's how you can get verified for free on all your email accounts.
It's highly unlikely that many photographers have a 3D wiggle lens. What is it? And do you really need one?
Having two cameras can give you so much more versatility and security when you're out shooting. If you are in the market for something cheap yet amazing, this addition could be for you.
Without a power supply, most modern-day photographers will run into problems pretty quickly. If you regularly shoot on location or find yourself off-grid for long periods, this video is for you.
Even if commercial car photography is not your thing, there is always something to learn from seeing professionals on a shoot. Especially when the results are this impressive and the gear used was minimal.
It doesn't matter how fancy your camera is or how long you have been a photographer, if you can't see the photo opportunities in front of you then the chances of making great work becomes so much harder.
The 50mm lens is one of the most versatile lenses a photographer can own. If you don't have one already, now might be a very good time to add one to your camera bag.
Color is incredibly important for photographers yet many get it wrong. Follow these 5 rules to take your work to the next level.
Occasionally, I'll come across a camera that really excites me as a photographer. This offering by Fujifilm may be the weirdest camera I've ever seen, and I love it!
It doesn't matter what type of photographer you are, having the ability to accurately document and locate hard-to-find spots is worth its weight in gold. This app is about to revolutionize how we all shoot on location.
Camera lenses come in all shapes and sizes, and the results can vary dramatically. If you're in the market for something new, one of these five very different lenses could help to take your photography to the next level.
Many of us photographers rely on solid-state drives to store our important images. Did you know these types of drives only have a limited life span? Here's how to check how long your current drives have left on them before they urgently need replacing.
Having WhatsApp aggressively compress your images, strip out important metadata, and delete your handpicked color profiles is downright annoying for photographers. Thankfully, there is an easy way to trick WhatsApp into sending your precious images unharmed.
Ever look at images on your phone or tablet and think the colors don't look quite right? Quickly and easily calibrate your screen with this lesser-known IOS feature.
This isn't an early April fool's joke, dear reader. Oppo's latest flagship device has a built-in microscope included, and the results are impressive.