Many people have discovered that using Exposure is the fastest way to bring their images to life. We want to spread the word by sharing success stories about the users of our software. If you’re interested in joining the conversation, let’s talk.
Commercial portrait and wedding photographer Miguel Quiles teaches retouching techniques for perfect-looking skin using Exposure’s portrait editing tools.
Suzy Hanzlik won our last monthly photo contest for 2016. Learn about her and see some runner-up images from December.
Portrait and sports photographer Duncan Nicholls relies on our award-winning photo editing software Exposure to edit images shot in various lighting conditions with a consistent finish. Duncan explains how it gives his work an edge in this interview.
Watch our Brushing and Layering tutorial video, which demonstrates how to add multiple presets for endless creative possibilities in Exposure X2. Learn how to apply presets with pinpoint accuracy using brushing, how to remove effects from selective portions of your image, and how to manipulate stacked effects for maximum creative control.
Watch our Presets Tour video to learn where to browse through Exposure’s expansive library of carefully-curated film emulation presets for a variety of gorgeous looks. Use them for inspiration and apply the one that best evokes your chosen mood.
The latest update to Exposure brings enhanced Photoshop integration, including the ability to export your images as PSD files.
Photographer Patrick Shipstad describes how he designed a unique photo project of a magical scene. Exposure’s effects tied several elements together, making his final image turn out exactly as he envisioned.
Kyle Ford won our monthly photo contest for November. Learn about him and see some runner-up images from last month in the announcement article. We used the winning shot as the header of this email.
Watch this video tutorial, which demonstrates Exposure’s easy-to-use tools for managing and organizing your photos. Learn how to classify your photos with flags, ratings, and color labels, then filter, sort, and search to find the image you need quickly.