Dave Cooley explains editing methods he uses in Exposure to give his portraits more clarity and punch.
Our friends at Lutify.me are offering seven free high-quality LUTs to Exposure customers. Read this article to see a quick preview of how they can transform your image.
Photographer and digital artist Julie Tillett explains a few of her favorite methods in Snap Art to create gorgeous effects that blend the boundaries between painting and photography.
Exposure’s organizing tools enable you to cull your shoot down to just your winning shots in record time. Learn Symon Hamer’s methods for quickly culling his theater photography shoots in Exposure.
Exposure X4.5 is now available! It's a huge update to Exposure X4 that introduces powerful new tools like LUT support, configurable keyboard shortcuts, and more. It's 100% free to owners of Exposure X4.
Exposure X4.5 is on the way! It will be available next month and offers significant new enhancements that improve your creativity and efficiency. It’s free to all owners of Exposure X4.
In this article, wedding and portrait photographer Gagan Dhiman compares the efficiency of his post-processing workflow in Adobe Camera RAW vs. Exposure X4.
Distortion issues are easy to see in photos of architecture because straight lines appear curved or angled. Learn how you can correct distortion effects with Exposure’s transform tools in this article.
Ibarionex Perello discusses his method for studying shadow and light to create better photographs. He explains how to make adjustments in Exposure that impact how viewers experience your images.
Exposure began as an analog film simulator. It's since grown into a full standalone photo editor and organizer, but its core as a film simulator is integral to making it an unmatched creative editing tool.