Affinity Photo is an impressively robust, capable and extremely quick app that just may be enough to fill that Photoshop-shaped hole in your photo editing life. Affinity Photo is an impressively robust, capable and extremely quick app that just may be enough to fill that Photoshop-shaped hole in your photo editing life.
If you’ve ever tried to paint, draw, or retouch in an app like Photoshop using the mouse, then you know how cumbersome it can be. The drawing tablet is the long loved tool of professional image-makers allowing them to incorporate pressure, tilt, and natural hand movements into their work. Tablets though are expensive, and take some getting used to while you learn to paint here, but watch there. Tablets that allow you to paint directly on the screen are incredibly expensive — or at least they were, until now. If you own an iPad Pro and an Apple Pencil, then you’re just one app away from a whole new brushing experience.
New to the iPhone? Or, just need some tips working with the iOS Photos app? On this episode of TheFIX, Seán Duggan shows some of the essentials for working with the iOS Photos app on your iPhone or iPad. We cover the Camera Roll, the date and location-based organization offered by Moments, Collections and Years, as well as the Smart Albums created by iOS, and albums that you create.We also look at the Maps and Search features to find images based on where and when they where photographed.
In this interview, I visit Giovanni Donelli — one of the principals in AstroPad, to discuss their application, and get a look into how this software might help change the way photographers approach post-processing entirely.
In this episode of TWiP, Martin Bailey & Derrick Story join Frederick Van Johnson to talk about Apple's most recent hardware announcement including new iPads and a new iMac with a 5K display. Plus Adobe releases a utility to help Aperture users migrate their libraries over to Lightroom.
This week on TWiP, Adobe teases about enhancing video in Photoshop, Sony announces the new Alpha A57, is the new iPad's retina display bad for photographers? Plus a discussion on making money with photography. And a very special interview with celebrity Photographer Michael Grecco.
PhotoComment editor Tristan Hall gives his first hand thoughts on the new Samsung Galaxy Tab. One of the first serious contenders to Apple's iPad tablet. Does this tablet stand up against the larger iPad? Or does having a smaller footprint make this a device you're more likely to take with you. Read on to find out.
On this episode of TWiP, Joseph talks about his cross-country drive across America. People Magazine iPad Launch is stalled by photographer disputes. Ansel Adams' trust sues over garage sale negatives. And with Canon's announcement, is this the end of Medium Format cameras?
Scott returns to the podcast this week to discuss NAB. Scott has been busy on a bunch of projects including www.goingpro2010.com and www.creativelive.com as well as speaking at various conferences and photographing birds down in Florida. Scott spent most of his time shooting video so the guys discuss some of the gear Scott was using.