Photo editing software is essential for building a great photo collection. Both if you prefer the most natural look, and play with creative styles. Below we discuss why you want to edit photos, e.g. on Mac. And how Photo Sense, a photo editing app for Mac, helps to achieve your creative vision.
If you want to build a great collection of creative high quality photos, you are probably taking many pictures. Only a small portion of these make it to your final photo collection. Managing all taken photos, choosing the few final picks can be quite tedious. But it is worth the effort! Fortunately photo management software makes it much easier. Below we discuss how Photo Sense helps you manage photos on Mac.
Creating a Lightroom alternative is not our specific goal. However, Photo Sense indeed provides some features similar to Lightroom Classic. Extends the Apple Photos Mac app (and iCloud Library) with photography workflow tools loved by professional photographers and advanced enthusiasts. For example, with the side-by-side comparison of multiple photos, and batch processing.
To achieve good results you need to improve both the camera and software post-processing skills. This guide gives some important basic camera skills, and Photo Sense handles post-processing easily and quickly.
Some people think that any photo post-processing in software alters the reality, because it changes the “truth” recorded by the camera. This article explains why this is not true.
Photography is all about light. To let the camera “see” what you wish, you have tools controlling how much light reaches the camera sensor: the aperture and shutter speed controls.
This article brings the basic photography concepts into practice. It offers general guidelines on how to prepare your camera for shooting, how to approach some common situations, and what to keep in mind.
In this article I will talk about image histograms, what they are, and how to use them.
This article covers one of the most challenging photography situations: low light photography. It can be night photography or any other situation with limited light available, such as indoor in a poorly lit room. Think about concert photography, wedding photography in a church etc.
This article discusses flash photography, a topic which seems to be easy and straightforward, but, in my opinion, is not. Beginning photographers usually think they know what camera flash is for: to generate artificial light when the ambient light is not sufficient. This is certainly true, but you need to develop certain skills to make…