From websites, to Grubhub, to Instagram, food photography is everywhere. Learn how to work with a client, how to photograph food using lighting and styling techniques, and how to bring it all together with retouching in Photoshop.
Learn how to create beautiful, soft portraits in Photoshop! Join us as we walk you through a maternity photoshoot before diving into the post-production, covering dodging and burning, frequency separation, and more!
Learn how to create beautiful product images for e-commerce! Master the tools and techniques professionals use to change backgrounds, retouch products, and export multiple formats for the web, banners, and ads.
Master the art of professional beauty retouching in Photoshop! Learn advanced skills like dodging and burning, frequency separation, and sharpening–all for creating beautiful portraits with commercial appeal.
Learn portrait retouching, background retouching, and creative compositing from fine art and fashion photographer, Rob Woodcox! And along the way, Rob gives valuable insight into his process and how to run a successful creative business!
Lightroom Classic is the best way to organize your photos, pick out your favorites, and create beautiful edits with perfect color and detail. From capture to export, this is the easiest way to learn Lightroom Classic!
Learn to create stunning composite images using just your phone. Join mobile artist Elise Swopes as she guides you through multiple apps, shares her creative vision, and discusses building her online business.
Add cinematic color to your photos and videos with LUTs made in Photoshop! Learn how to create your own LUTs and then easily load them into Photoshop, Lightroom, and Premiere Pro. 35 custom LUTs included!
Professional retouching is a valuable skill and a great way to improve any photo. Learn how to remove skin blemishes, smooth skin tones, clean up flyway hairs, fix exposure, and make subtle adjustments for an all-natural look.
Get complete control over the highlights and shadows of any photo for perfect color toning, lighting effects, exposure adjustments, and seamless composites. Luminosity Blending is the best way to edit photos in Photoshop!
Learn how to create rain, snow, and atmosphere from scratch and how paint in photo-realistic hair for perfect cutouts. Watch 15 in-depth examples of how to use some of the 37 custom Photoshop brushes included with this tutorial!
Create smooth, vibrant skin tones with natural texture and details with Frequency Separation in Photoshop. Learn how to separate frequencies, edit the details and color independently of one another, and use our Photoshop action to work faster.
Medium | 6.75 Hours | 25 Video Tutorials | Frequency Separation Action Included
Dodging and burning is a staple technique for professional photographers and retouchers. Learn how to sculpt highlights and shadows to add dimension, remove blemishes, and guide the eyes of the viewer to the most important parts of a photo.
Medium | 5 Hours | 14 Video Tutorials | Photoshop Brush Included
Join Ross Floyd and Aaron Nace as they walk you through 10 product photo edits from start to finish. Learn to cut out objects, remove blemishes, reshape products, and master advanced techniques like frequency separation and dodging & burning.
Join guest instructor Ross Floyd as he breaks down the theory and fundamentals of lighting objects, how to accurately represent products in an image, and the business side of building and maintaining strong client relationships.
Learn to realistically cut out and paint hair in Photoshop. Make quick selections using Select Color Range, make advanced selections with Channels, and paint in new, ultra-realistic hair with the Brush Tool.
Medium | 4.75 Hours | 18 Video Tutorials | 10 Photoshop Brushes
In this tutorial, we break down the compositing process with techniques for choosing images, making selections, and enhancing light and color. Learn to analyze light, perspective, and camera settings to predict how well photos will blend together.
Learn how to use Blending Modes, Smart Objects, Layer Masks, and Adjustment Layers to seamlessly blend multiple exposures. Work through six different examples, combining two, three, and four exposures together.