I try to aim for my images to tell a story. I keep them fairly simple, with a moody contrast and a nice pop of color. They often end up looking a little surreal. See how Phil captures and edits his stunning aerial shots, and his secret to staying efficient while editing in Lightroom, Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.
While a lot can be done in post-processing, many photographers use studio lighting tricks while shooting to create some fantastic effects. Knowing how to correctly stage lights and how to use colorful gels effectively can help in achieving creative results. We enlisted the help of Felix Barjou, a professional portrait photographer
It’s ironic that creating with analog control in the digital world is of increasing value. It’s a natural way to connect with technology using interactive tools, and the processing workflow has gone full circle. Tactile feedback improves user experience and increases comfort while rapidly accelerating workflows. Not only are analog tools in a digital workflow more fun to employ, but, in my view, they are also notably better. The integration of two such devices has extended my creativity as no others can: the Wacom Intuos Pro and Palette Gear’s Professional Kit.
Julia speeds up her web design workflow in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator with Palette Gear. As a web developer and designer, she's constantly using apps like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop. Palette Gear has been a life saver for her design processes. Changes that would normally take 5 or 6 clicks now take one simple sliding motion. Try Palette Gear risk-free for 30 days today.
Here’s something we get asked about often: how do you assign a Photoshop action to Palette? It makes perfect sense, really — both tools are made to save time and reduce inefficiencies when editing. Combining both? Even better. It’s easy to miss, however, as the setup involves a few additional steps. Here's exactly how to assign Photoshop actions to Palette Gear.