Although I'm a firm believer in learning how to manually edit your images, I also understand that when you are first starting out and find yourself having to learn approximately, oooh, I don't know, 400 different things at once, it can be hard to add yet another thing to your "to learn" list without breaking down in tears 😃
So, today, I'm going to share with you something that I purchased and LOVED for editing when I first started out post-processing my photos, but didn't have the first clue about how to go about doing it in Photoshop.
It's called Radlab, and it's a tool that you use with either Photoshop or Photoshop Elements, or indeed Lightroom, that helps you edit your images quickly, and most importantly, easily. In fact, I dare say it is probably the easiest way to edit your images and get good results, because you don't have to understand how Photoshop works before you can use it!
Does this sound like this might be the thing for you? If so, then lets go in a little deeper. In this post I'll go over how RadLab works, and why you might want it - and I've even created a little video for those who prefer to see things in action rather than just read about it.