Adobe Photoshop

‘Kate-Gate’ continues: Getty says image of the Queen was also manipulated at source

Mar 19, 2024
Alex Baker

Just when we thought we were over ‘Kate-Gate’, it seems as though the Princess of Wale’s Photoshop skills are coming under scrutiny again. The debacle…

Digging even deeper into the simulated digital grain rabbit hole

Mar 14, 2024
Vlad Moldovean

It has been a bit over a year since my first article about film grain. And I thought that that was it and that I’d dug…

News channel Photoshops a politician into skimpier outfit and blames it on AI

Jan 30, 2024
Alex Baker

An Australian politician has hit back after a News Channel allegedly Photoshopped her into wearing a more revealing outfit. MP Georgie Purcell appeared on Melbourne’s…

65 Pro Photoshop keyboard shortcuts you’re not using

Jan 18, 2024
Dunja Djudjic

Using shortcuts in Photoshop will make your editing process way faster, more enjoyable, and even more fun. And there are so many of them it’s hard to memorize them all. While I’m sure you already use them, Jesús Ramirez of Photoshop Training Channel offers some Photoshop shortcuts you may not know. In his latest video, he shares an extensive list of 65 shortcuts – I bet you didn’t know about at least some of them.

Adobe to bring over 100 AI features across all its apps

Oct 11, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

At the latest Adobe MAX conference in Los Angeles, Adobe announced it would bring even more AI to Creative Cloud. There will be more than…

Photoshop teases automatically making layers out of objects

Oct 6, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

Ahead of next week’s Adobe Max event, Adobe is set to announce a pretty powerful editing tool. Of course, it’s AI-powered, and it lets you edit every piece of your image as if it were a separate layer. Just select the bit of your image, and start moving it around, changing its color and appearance, or remove it completely. Adobe has released a sneak-peek video, and I must admit, the tool looks pretty impressive.

Web Photoshop Launches with Adobe Firefly AI: No longer beta and no longer free

Sep 28, 2023
Dunja Djudjic

After almost two years in beta, Adobe has officially released Photoshop on the web. This is a simplified and accessible version of the photo editing software, but apparently, it’s not that simplified. Considering that Generative Fill also got out of beta in the meantime, it has become a part of Photoshop for the web, too.

Generative Fill moves out of beta and into the latest public release of Photoshop CC 2024

Sep 15, 2023
John Aldred

Adobe has decided that they’ve done enough testing with its Generative Fill feature. It was introduced into the Photoshop beta in June of this year….

How to make seamless whip transitions in Premiere with Generative Fill

Sep 8, 2023
John Aldred

Whip-pan transitions have been a staple in TV and movies for decades. They’re when the camera rapidly moves to the side, switching from one shot…

Photography with no AI – The making of ‘inspiration illuminated’

Aug 28, 2023
Antti Karppinen

Over the course of this summer, I ventured on a personal project aimed at re-lighting my passion for creating images in the way I used…