Aaron Nace is the #1 Photoshop instructor in the world reaching millions of students in 146 countries. Known for his unique vision and conceptual style, he prides himself most on making creative education affordable and accessible for anyone that wants to learn.
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
In this tutorial, we break down the differences between LAB, ProPhoto RGB, sRGB and more, while offering general tips on how to choose what color space to work in and to use when exporting your photos.
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
The Frame Tool allows you to turn any shape or text layer into a container which can hold any image. In this episode, Aaron demonstrates how the Frame Tool works and then compares it to its more powerful cousin, Clipping Masks.
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.
Take any design and transform it into a realistic tattoo! Learn to use Filters to add natural variation to lines, follow the shape and form of a body using the Liquify Tool and Smudge Tool, and add realistic shading using our exclusive custom brush!
With so much natural variation, hair can be one the most challenging things to style and recreate in Photoshop. Not anymore! We break down some simple techniques that will help you shape, fill in, and paint new, realistic hair in minutes.
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
Edit 100+ photos in minutes! Learn to make adjustments to exposure, copy edits from one image to another, and save custom adjustment brushes to edit more efficiently – all while keeping the client’s goals in mind!
Every artist needs tools that will help them freely express their skills and ideas. For Photoshop and digital artists, Wacom tablets provide an incredible level of comfort and customization. Learn to setup and use a Wacom Intuos Pro.
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.
Creating a realistic composite image requires us to bring all of our Photoshop skills together. One of the most important steps is matching color between photos. Learn to automatically match colors faster and easier than ever!
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.