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For this week’s tutorial we’re giving a sneak peak of PicTapGo’s latest feature.
Ever wish you could easily compare your original photo to the one with filters applied? Good news, you can!
Yup! We’ll show you one of our favorite PTG hidden features, how to do one tap before and afters in PicTapGo
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.
Did you know you can save filter recipes in PicTapGo, our new iPhone app? Check out today’s tutorial to learn how.
Wow! March went by in a blink! With April on the horizon we wanted to take a moment to recap some of our favorite moments this month.
Totally Rad! creator, Doug Boutwell, will walk you through how to get the most out of your curves tool in Photoshop and Lightroom. Make sure to tune in on March 21st, 2012 at 4pm PDT, and learn all about the power of the curves tool.
We’ve taken your favorite Totally Rad! actions and combined them with RadLab to give you the power of Totally Rad! in your pocket.
We’ve done our best to simply the magic behind CMYK and RGB color spaces. This is a must read if you’ve ever wondered exactly why color spaces are important. Science!
It’s that time, time to say goodbye to February. We’ve had a lot of fun here at Totally Rad! this month, and we’re sharing some of our highlights below.
For this week’s tutorial Jeremiah breaks down another FAQ. He walks us through creating, exporting and importing RadLab recipes.
Happy Valentine’s Day! We made you a little something to show we care. You don’t want to miss this guide to Photoshop’s hot keys.
Never have wonky looking prints again! Calibration is king, and we’ve got some handy tricks on making sure you have the perfect workspace.
For this week’s tutorial Jeremiah breaks down a FAQ. He takes us through easy layer masking with RadLab.
Josh and Michelle Beller are the powerhouse team behind Mi Belle Photography and they’re passionate about documenting weddings and portraits through epic and unforgettable imagery. We were lucky enough to catch up with them for a mini-interview, and their responses are definitely worth a read.
Giddy up! We’re wrapping up January here at the Totally Rad! HQ, and before we leave January 2013 behind we want to round up our highlights from this month.
This week our very own Doug Boutwell will be walking you through the ins and outs of Pro Retouch 2.0 in a free webinar this Thursday, Jan. 24th at 4pm PST. Tune in live to learn so much retouching magic you’ll swear you’re at Hogwarts.
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.
After nearly two decades in daily journalism as a staff photographer at the Arizona Republic and The Chicago Tribune Paul Gero transition his career into portraiture and wedding photography. He is a die hard RadLab fan, and we’re very excited to feature him in a mini-interview.
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.