There are a few things they forget to teach you in photo school. Luckily, experience is the best teacher, and there is an amazing community of photographers in the RadNation! willing to share what they’ve learned. Recently, we asked Facebook community what non-photography related essentials they pack in their camera bag, and we’ve put together a list of the best suggestions for your enjoyment.
For this week’s tutorial we have another golden oldie from our support pages. Today’s tutorial will show you how to put your most used actions into their own set. It is the perfect thing for streamlining your workflow.
Last week we showed you a great method for prepping single photos for the web. The video got great feedback, and we’ve decided to resurrect one of our older tutorial videos. In this tutorial the radmaster himself, Doug Boutwell, will walk you through a method for batch processing your image prep.
This week’s mini-tutorial will make you a RadLab efficiently machine. We’ll show you how to assign stylets as favorites to apply them with hotkeys.
On the PicTapGo blog we’ve started a weekly piece called, “PicTapFeatured.” Each week we choose an amazing photographer who has been using the app to write a feature on. If you’re looking for serious inspiration you should definitely make reading them part of your weekly routine.
PostalPix is designed specifically to help you order prints of your photos from your iOS or Android device as quickly and easily as you take them. How to they pull off this modern marvel? By providing their services via a nifty app.
Want to get better results while saving images for the web? Then allow us introduce you to our friend, the “Save for Web and Devices” tool in Photoshop.
Before we leave behind April showers for May flowers, we wanted to take a moment to reflect on an amazing month in the RadNation. We’ve rounded up some of our favorite April blog posts and moments on social media.
Want to get even more out of PicTapGo? Then check out this mini-tutorial for customizing your filter order.