The most exciting part of the Krome Photos service is showing off your great photo examples. This post is completely devoted to an ongoing collection of our Friday Photo posts. We’ll post our favorite examples here as we get them and all examples will be posted on the Krome Photos Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Facebook… Read More
In his photo series, Personligt, Sweden-based photographer Emil Nyström has created a creative and fun series of photos with his daughter in whimsical situations. With the help of his wife, Nyström posed his daughter in different scenes and positions and then used Photoshop to transform the photos. In an interview with Phlearn, Nyström explains… Read More
Trivia Tuesday: What year was Photoshop V1.0 released by Adobe? Post your answers in the comments section and check back later for the answer! ANSWER: Version 1.0 of Photoshop was released by Adobe in 1990. The original creators of Photoshop were Thomas Knoll and John Knoll. They began creating the soft ware for self use… Read More
The most exciting part of the Krome Photos service is showing off your great photo examples. This post is completely devoted to an ongoing collection of photo examples. We’ll post our favorite examples here as we get them and all examples will be posted on the Krome Photos Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, and Facebook pages.
Fall is here! The days are getting shorter, our favorite TV shows have returned, and the Holidays are getting closer. We’re taking a moment to think about our must-do fall activities, traditions, and indulgences. What’s on your Fall bucket list? We’d love to hear from you! Take a moment to create your own Fall bucket… Read More
We’ve all run into this situation before: you want to print your photo, but it’s not 100% right. Here are some common examples of how a little help from a Krome photo editor can help make your photo perfect. Problem: Photo is cropped or zoomed in too tight. Solution: Your Krome editor can extend the… Read More
Editor’s Tip: The top photo was taken using the concept of “bokeh,” in which we focus on the subject and keep the rest of the photo blurry. This focuses our eye on the main subject and keeps the background from distracting us. You can achieve this effect a few different ways. We like using the… Read More