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Update: This giveaway is now closed. You can find out who the lucky winner is on our post for day 2 of 12 Days of Giveaways. It’s Photographer Appreciation Month and we’re celebrating with 12 […]
Words cannot express how inspired we are by the incredible imagery we’ve seen edited with Replichrome, our new film emulation presets for Lightroom and ACR. Since the Replichrome launch a few weeks ago, we’ve been […]
THE SCIENCE OF REPLICHROME We’re intensely proud of Replichrome, our film emulation presets for Lightroom and ACR. Developing them was no walk in the park and was an intense labor of love. It took a […]
At Totally Rad Inc., we believe that the best photography tools are made when you combine great image science and a true love for photography. Two years ago, we set out on a journey to […]
Join us this Saturday, August 24th for Haute as Ever where we’ll try to make history by breaking the record for the World’s Largest Instameet! Haute as Ever is a free event hosted by Music […]
Our iPhone App, PicTapGo, is teaming up with three incredible hosts to sponsor an Instameet this weekend in La Jolla, California. The event is on Saturday, June 8. We’ll be kicking things off at 12:30pm.
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.
For this week’s tutorial we’re giving a sneak peak of PicTapGo’s latest feature.
Join us for an Instameet at the Santa Monica Pier on April 13 at 4 pm! It will be a great way to hang out with the photography community, and we’re giving away free copies of PicTapGo, and an iPad mini to one lucky winner.
In last week’s tutorial we taught you how to save a PicTapGo recipe. This week we’ll show you how to share your recipes with friends.
We’ve taken your favorite Totally Rad! actions and combined them with RadLab to give you the power of Totally Rad! in your pocket.
This guest post from Julie Kuzmenko McKim will teach you to “read” the lighting in a photograph to figure out how it was made. It is a must read for anyone wanting to learn studio lighting.
We had a little battle at the cooler the other day, and we need your help to settle things. The subject? Whether or not desktops and laptops will follow the 8-track player, laserdisc and the mainframe into obscurity.
One of my favorite adages from the film world is the Sunny 16 rule. Long before reliable in camera metering photographers used it to land the perfect exposure while shooting outdoors. What!? You don’t know the Sunny 16 rule? Good news, we made a snazzy infographic to walk you through it.