Learn how to master every layer effect with practical examples like adding photorealistic text to an environment, creating a neon glow effect from scratch, using layer styles to add a natural glow to a light source and much more!
In this tutorial, we take you through every adjustment layer, showing you how to fix exposure, color correct, color grade, place objects on solid colored-backgrounds, make advertisements for print or web, and much more!
In this tutorial, we break down all 27 blending modes that Photoshop offers, providing in-depth explanations and practical examples that are bound to help you get your creative work done faster and with impressive results.
We start with some history and advice to keep in mind before picking up your camera. Then we move over to Photoshop and show you our tried and tested techniques for getting the absolute most out of light and shadow, form and texture, and tonal range. By the end of this tutorial, we’re confident that you’re black and white images will punch with contrast, and drip with style.
In this tutorial, we cover over a dozen different methods to color correct and color tone photos while combining our contemporary tools with the principles of color theory established hundreds of years ago. Color correct images to help skin tones appear more natural.
In this tutorial, we cover several tools and techniques that, when combined, will allow you to create perfect masks of anything from the precision curves of designer products to the messy detail of a head of hair.
We’ll take you into the photoshoot as we build four different studio lighting setups from the ground up. Then it’s on to Photoshop where we’ll teach you everything from masking and cutting out your subject to effective dodging and burning.
In this tutorial, we’ll break down the process of connecting your camera to Lightroom so that your images appear instantly on your computer as you take them. Then we’ll provide some valuable tips and tricks on how to get the most out of tethered capture to accelerate your workflow.
After investing countless hours into your edits, it’s time to deliver images to your clients, to the web, or to social media. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the entire export process in Lightroom covering how to name, organize, size, and protect your work.
Lightroom isn’t just a tool for organization and cataloging. It has a wide variety of powerful tools that can transform your images into something extraordinary. In this tutorial we’ll show you how those tools work and reveal some easy methods to apply your edits to other photos or save them as presets.
After a photoshoot, you might find yourself with hundreds, sometimes thousands, of photos to review. In this tutorial, we’ll break down our PHLEARN method of culling in Lightroom, which will help you quickly and thoroughly find the best photos to edit and deliver to your clients. Follow along with the included RAW Photos.
Making local adjustments in Lightroom can help rescue details and remove distractions. From skin retouching to adjusting exposure, we’ll cover all the bases and show you how to do so while only affecting a specific part of your image.
There are countless ways to edit your photos. Some changes will be corrective, for when you didn’t quite nail the shot in camera. Some will be stylistic, applying the finishing touches to bring an image to life. Shooting in RAW opens up a whole world of editing options and in this tutorial, we’ll show you how to get started.
A professional photographer needs a professional workflow to organize and maintain their photo catalog. In this tutorial, we’ll teach you the foundations for developing a clear and efficient post-production process. Follow along with the included RAW Photos.