AfterShot Pro Tutorials
Edit faster, deliver higher quality images sooner and get back behind the camera where you belong with Corel ® AfterShot ™ Pro 3, the world’s fastest RAW photo editing software. Brand and protect your work with new Watermarking, regain more detail in overexposed images with enhanced Highlight Recovery, and cut editing time with new Blemish Remover tools.
Explore the basics in this series of introductory tutorials to ease you into the powerful features that will let you optimize your photos in a non-destructive way. Available for Linux, Mac, and Windows there is an opportunity for everyone to take control of their photography after the shot.
New to AfterShot Pro? This introductory video tutorial is perfect for anyone just getting started. Learn to sort, select and perfect your photos, apply enhancements to batches and output your images to TIFF or JPEG.
Learn how to protect and promote your work with the versatile and quick-to-apply Watermarking feature in AfterShot Pro 3. In this tutorial, you’ll be shown how to add text and graphic watermarks to individual photos and batches, and easily adjust size, rotation, position, transparency and more.
Learn how Batch Output tools in AfterShot Pro 3 let you create final images quickly, accelerating your workflow. AfterShot Pro is geared to process large numbers of images in an efficient fashion. Batches save you time by letting you output one or many photos at a time by simply clicking a batch name.
Learn how to create a custom lens profile in AfterShot Pro, to correct lens distortion and to create amazing artistic effects.
Welcome to AfterShot Pro 2! AfterShot Pro 2 is a RAW converter, non-destructive photo editor and complete high-speed photo manager in one. Whether you’re batch processing thousands of RAW images, or making detailed adjustments to your latest prize-winning shot, AfterShot Pro 2 gives you the tools to quickly take complete control over every aspect of your photo workflow.
Professional photographer Joseph Cristina takes you step-by step through his AfterShot Pro photo editing workflow. In this tutorial, he will show you how to use various tools for basic editing, for professional results in just a few minutes!
This tutorial will teach you how to regain more of the detail and tone from your overexposed photos with AfterShot Pro’s enhanced Highlight Recovery feature. Powered by a new algorithm, this feature lets you access more of the data in your RAW files for superior image quality.
This tutorial will show you how to find and install new camera profiles, presets and plugins directly from within AfterShot Pro. The ‘Get More’ menu in AfterShot Pro makes this content available dynamically, so you don’t need to download and install software patches or leave the AfterShot Pro interface. It’s all right there, when you need it– speeding up your workflow.
Learn how to create your own presets, how to save and apply presets to other photos, and how to share presets with other users.
Are you a beginner when it comes to RAW photo editing? Then this tutorial is for you! Expert photo editor Bart van der Molen (aka Gripps) will show you how to get started with the basics.
Professional photographer Joseph Cristina shows you how to use the Lens Correction filter to correct different types of distortion, how to remove chromatic aberration or “fringe”, and how to adjust the vignette effect around the edge of your photos.
This tutorial will teach you how to use the Blemish Remover feature in AfterShot Pro 3 to speed up your photo workflow. The Blemish Remover tool enables you to remove dust, spots, smudges and other blemishes on your photos right within AfterShot Pro, so you don’t need to jump into Corel PaintShop Pro or Adobe PhotoShop.
In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to bring out the best in your photos with AfterShot Pro’s easy-to-use, slider-based adjustment tools. Adjust white balance, contrast, exposure, saturation, vibrance, hue and more. Straighten, crop and add keywords.
Don’t let your photos become orphans! Learn how to easily add copyright info to your work so it doesn’t become public domain.
If you’re not sure where to start when you’re editing photos, you’ll find this tutorial very helpful. Expert photo editor Bart van der Molen (aka Gripps) shares his workflow process and explains the key techniques.