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BenQ PD2700Q monitor review

The 27in monitor offers 2560 x 1440 QHD resolution on its non-reflective screen, along with 1.07 billion display colours in 100% sRGB and Rec.709 mode, with 10-bit colour depth… all for just under £400 / $400.

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Adobe stops selling Creative Suite

Up until the beginning of this year, customers could still purchase CS6 from Adobe’s website. However, as of 9 January this year Adobe has updated its CS6 landing page and no longer offers the standalone package.

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4 surefire ways to add detail to photos

Silhouettes and graphical images can be very striking when done well, but for most of us, most of the time, it’s the finer detail that draws a viewer into a photograph. In this tutorial we show you several simple ways to add detail to photos.

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Apple Photos Review

Apple’s Photos for Mac promises to make light work of managing and editing images, but can it deliver for enthusiast photographers? Find out in our Apple Photos Review

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4 reasons why you shouldn’t crop photos

But is the ease of cropping photos these days really such a good thing? I’d argue, no. While cropping photos is a good way to rescue an image, you don’t want it to become a crutch. Here are four reasons why you should limit the amount of cropping you do.

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How to Dodge and Burn in Photoshop

Using a mixture of blend modes, the paint brush and masks, and combining a white or black paint brush with a layer that has a blend mode set to Overlay or Soft Light, photographer Jimmy McIntyre shows how to dodge and burn in Photoshop to achieve cleaner results.

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What is a raw file in photography?

What is a raw file, and is it always better than shooting images as JPEGs? The quality of your photos can change when shooting raw files, and in this tutorial we explain the biggest advantages and disadvantages you need to be aware of.

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