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Order, Please – Digital Asset Management – 009

It’s time for a spring clean. Hans Weichselbaum begins a three-part series on digital archiving Does your computer look like a photo shoebox: photos everywhere, […]

Now you see it now you don’t – 009

Mark Webster gets creative this Christmas with a touch of recomposing and compositing Sometimes you have an image of a person that’s good, but the […]

ImageTank – 009

Most photographers flit from one event to the next; snapping here, shooting there, in an ever-increasing chaotic circle. If this is you, then get your […]

Save for Web – 008

Mark Webster continues his discussion on image resizing. This time he looks at one of Elements’ best features: Save for Web Last time we explored […]

Night Photography – tips and tricks – 07

Wayne Lorimer introduces you to the exciting world of night photography and proves that there really is life after dark Photography at night seems, at […]

Shooting On A Shoestring – 025

Wayne Lorimer explains how to take professional-looking portraits of family and friends at home without expensive lights Most of us have portrait photos of family […]

Reality Check – Photoshop basic tips – 006

Fig 2 The best results in this example were achieved with pushing brightness and contrast. Mark Webster gets to work with Photoshop Elements to create […]

Face To Face – 006

Wayne Lorimer shows there’s a lot more to portrait photography than meets the eye Everyone hates having their picture taken. I have even worked with […]

Are You Being Served? – 005

Robert van de Voort finds multi-tasking is a cinch with Epson’s latest offering The Epson RX630 is an efficient photo printer with a few added […]

D-File Format – JPEG – 005

John Slater unravels the mystery of Jpegs and tells you when they should or shouldn’t be used Most users of consumer digital cameras capture images […]