Home / Tutorials (page 42)


Improve Your Night Photography with Foreground Lighting


One of the biggest challenges when it comes to night photography is incorporating good foreground elements, but learning a few simple tricks will instantly elevate your game. Milky Way, north window at Arches National Park, Utah. If you’ve ever snapped a shot of the Milky Way in a very dark ...

Read More »

Two Ways to Dodge and Burn More Effectively in Photoshop


Google announced its new in-house Pixel smartphone this week, boasting that it has “the best smartphone camera ever.” DxOMark agreed, giving the phone’s camera a record-breaking score of 89. If you’d like a taste of the camera’s quality, there are now sample photos showing how it performs in the real ...

Read More »

How to Stay Alive in the Wild… Using Only Photo Gear


Apple’s powerful, photographer-friendly line of Retina display MacBook Pros are overdue for an update. But if you’re thinking of getting one anyway, don’t! Reliable reports claim Apple will announce an update to these laptops at the end of the month. COOPH is back with another great video, this one featuring ...

Read More »

3 Easy Ways to Get that Faded ‘Film Look’ in Photoshop


Photographer Mark Laita has a mention in Wikipedia for a wild and unusual reason: he was bitten by a black mamba (one of the world’s deadliest snakes), survived, and found that he had accidentally captured the bite on camera. The Ask First Campaign is not primarily about photography, it’s about ...

Read More »