The right tools to level up your photo editing workflow

in this page i put together the best tools, software and websites that i use and recommend for photographers and photo editors.


Recommended software

Adobe Photoshop up to 60% off for students

Adobe Photoshop needs no introduction, it’s the most popular and the industry leader for digital artists and photographers worldwide, you can create the most advanced thing you can imagine with Photoshop if you are willing to take the learning curve.

if you don’t have Photoshop, you can take advantage of the free trial from the Adobe website.

Luminar Neo

Luminar Neo makes image retouching very easy thanks to its ai driven intelligence behind it, you can do sky replacement, portrait retouching, color grading, and much more in a fraction of the time that takes you in Photoshop.

if you are a beginner or want to get things done fast and don’t want to learn the know-how of everything, this can be a great addition to photoshop


PureRef is the ultimate application for organizing reference images for inspiration to speed up your creative process, it allows you to easily create collages, mood boards, and more with a drag and drop system for images from all over the web.


Recommended websites

Skillshare get 1 month for free

if you like online learning and you want to have access to my courses you can now do that, all my courses are also hosted on

get access to all my courses now by leveraging the 1 month of Skillshare premium for free using this link.

Envato Elements 30% off for students

Envato Elements gives access to millions of assets like stock images, music, stock videos, graphics, 3d assets, and more.


the go-to place for reference photography, with A.I. Powered search Access thousands of Photographs.


PHOTOBASH is an online resource providing affordable Royalty Free Photo Packs for artists and creatives.

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