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Create panoramic pictures in Photoshop or Lightroom

In this video, Jon and Andrew team up to discuss the ideal ways to capture a multi-shot panorama, and then demonstrate how the whole sequence is stitched together from start to finish in Adobe Camera Raw, writes Jon Adams. They cover the thought processes of framing up, setting focus & exposure – an...

How to capture macro shots of summer damselflies

Discover the tips and tricks that'll stand you in good stead when you're looking to get some cracking closeups of damselfies, writes Andrew James. All you need is a slow flowing river or stream – and of course – a means of getting to the reeds in comfort, such as a pair of waders.

The NEW way to use ‘File > Save As’ in Photoshop

A recent update in Photoshop 2021 has seen a significant change to an age-old workflow step, writes Jon Adams. To make sure you don't suffer from the same confusion as thousands of photographers (including some high-end Photoshop users!), Jon and Andrew explain what has happened, and what you need t...

Shooting at twilight

Last week we set a deliberately challenging Foto Mission because we know you are all capable of pushing your photography further, writes Andrew James. Your Twilight challenge is to “…capture an image that is evocative of this very specific period of time (twilight) and in the Foto-Buzz world it's re...

How to clone out large distractions in Photoshop

Foto-buzzer Emma Brewer asked us about the options for cleaning up a shot with a large distraction in the frame, writes Jon Adams. In this video, Jon and Andrew join forces to discuss whether to crop or clone, and cover the best ways to go about it.

Buzzlive: ICM judging

Watch as Foto-Buzz HQ look through and critique all the entries in the ICM Foto Mission and select their favourite images from an impressive collection.