Pixelmator Photo FULL TUTORIAL (Live Session)

Pixelmator Photo FULL TUTORIAL (Live Session)

Pixelmator Photo for iPad is here!

In this live session I’ll show you everything you need to know to get the very best out of this amazing iPad app.

I’ll be covering a ton of topics including:

  • The interface
  • File Management
  • Presets
  • Adjustments
  • Repair tools
  • Cropping
  • Exporting your edited images
  • and much, much more!

Join the session live on Wednesday 10 April 2019 at 19:45 UK time (11:45 PT/14:45 ET) for a rundown of all you can do with Pixelmator Photo.

You can watch the live session on YouTube or right here at this page, the video will live stream below as soon as it starts on 10 April 2019.

Hope you can join in for some fun filled learning.

Video: Affinity Photo

Video: Affinity Photo

Hardly a month goes by without another “Photoshop Killer” being announced by the tech press. This summer it was the turn of Affinity Photo from Serif to be lauded as the next big threat to the dominance of Photoshop.

Affinity Photo boasts a fantastic feature-set including, layers, masks, live filters and much, much more. In this live one hour online session I took at a look at how Affinity measures up to the mighty Photoshop.

Video: Automating Lightroom

Video: Automating Lightroom

If you’ve been following along with the recent Adobe Lightroom series in my live sessions you’ll already know Adobe Lightroom is an amazingly powerful application. Well it gets even better if you master its automation features. Do that and Lightroom turns into a complete powerhouse of image processing that can save you time, frustration and tedium freeing you up to revel in your creativity.

While the automation features are powerful they are simple to master so you can start automating your processes immediately.

This was the third of a series of four live training sessions dedicated to Adobe Lightroom. The first session covered the basics of Adobe Lightroom, the second session covered the Lightroom Mobile apps for iOS and the final session is dedicated to making the switch from Aperture to Lightroom.