Luminar is a Photoshop alternative designed specifically for Mac users

Macphun has unveiled its first all-in-one photo editing application, Luminar. If features native RAW support and more than 300 tools for editing your photos in a simple and creative interface.

Adobe to release Photoshop update with MacBook Pro Touch Bar support

Shortly after Apple introduced its brand new Touch Bar on its new MacBook Pros, Adobe showed off an updated version of Photoshop that makes use of Apple's new contextual tool bar. The update is due out by the end of the year.

Tutorial explains how to keep clean edges when sharpening images in Photoshop

Photographer and Photoshop guru Jimmy McIntyre shows how you should properly be sharpening an image in Photoshop so that you're not left with unwanted artifacts at the edges of the contrasting values in your photographs.

Adobe's Photoshop Mystery 2016 will put your Photoshop skills to the test

Adobe's annual Photoshop Mystery is back, and it's bigger and more complex than ever. Details remain scarce, but we know participants can expect 21 scenes, 330,000 lines of Action Script code, and two Facebook Live events.

Macphun’s Luminar customizable photo editor is like Instagram on steroids

Luminar is built to adapt to a user’s skill level and personal preference, offering everything from filters and presets to advanced exposure adjustments and retouching tools normally reserved for Photoshop.

Palette’s analog controls make digital editing more efficient

Pallette is an accessory that uses physical buttons, dials, and sliders to create a surprisingly efficient way to edit creative content.

Two foolproof ways to remove the background from a photo

Check out this guide to learn how to remove the background from an image - regardless of whether or not you have a copy of Photoshop or not.

Three simple ways to ‘crush’ the blacks in Photoshop for a faded film look

Photographer Mathieu Stern shows three quick and simple ways to get a faded film aesthetic in your digital images with a little help from Photoshop and clever changes made to adjustment layers.

Neural Photo Editor works like magic thanks to machine learning

Neural Photo Editor is an experimental piece of retouching software from researchers at the University of Edinburgh that uses neural networks to act like Photoshop on steroids, applying major changes to a photo in mere seconds.

Photoshop can make an image appear as if it was shot through a glass window

Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to add fake window reflections to your images, making them look as if you shot the picture through a glass window. The effect is fairly simple to do, but has an incredible effect on the image.

How to use Photoshop to make peepers in images look the same size

Is one eye of the subject in your image too small or was the person in mid-blink? Here is an incredibly simple and quick Photoshop fix to take care of the problem in no time.

Photographer colorizes 130-year-old selfie of never-before-seen ancestor

Photographer Mathieu Stern found a 130-year-old selfie of an ancestor his family had never seen before. Utilizing computer vision and Photoshop, he colorized the image, restoring it to what the scene may have looked like back in…