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Create Actions in Photoshop

  Today I have a fun practice exercise for you - how about creating your very own set of Photoshop Actions? Watch the "Create Actions in Photoshop CC - full tutorial" video and learn how in a few minutes record an Action. The best thing is that...

Transform Your Photos with Curves in Photoshop

Watch the  free video and learn how to incorporate Curves into a full photo edit. In the video the Curves along with Dodge & Burn retouching technique were used to correct light and shadow levels in the portrait. If you are curious how to get...

Human Eye vs DSLR – How Do They See The World

  Every aspiring photographer sooner or later will face a truly breathtaking scene that despite his efforts will be close to impossible to capture. Why? Watch the "Human Eye vs DSLR - How Do They See The World" free video and learn about two different worlds...

What is Chromatic Aberration and how to correct it in Adobe Camera RAW

1. What is Chromatic Aberration Chromatic aberration or color fringing is a common issue caused by camera’s lens distortion. It is a failure of the lens to focus all the colors to the same convergence point. Less sophisticated lenses and wide angle lenses are more prone to...

RAW Editing – Learn the Secrets of Effective Noise Correction

Have you ever photographed a spectacular night scene - a cityscape, landscape, or maybe even a moody portrait lit with a dim light? When it comes to capturing dramatic, moody scenes, the more you know what you are doing - the better the final results....

Learn How to Enhance Color Contrast in Photoshop

Understanding how contrast works in photography is a milestone on your journey towards successful images. Skilful operating with contrast allows to direct viewer’s attention within our image, with contrast we can drag his eye towards the subject. Contrast largely contributes to building a mood and...

Portrait Photography Masterclass – Natural Light complete edit

  Working with natural light is one of my favourite techniques. Simplicity of the setup allows me to entirely focus on the subject and observe subtleties of the moment. Using only available light when shooting portraiture can be challenging at times, it often brings unexpected results...

2/2 Lighting Style in Photography – High Key Effect

In the 2nd class from the "Lighting Style in Photography" series, we will focus on the High Key Effect. In this class you will get familiar with the High Key lighting technique and I will show you how to create bright and soft images indoor, without any elaborate lighting setup. We will analyse...

1/2 Lighting Style in Photography – Low Key Effect

Get inspired by Renaissance Masters and translate the Chiaroscuro oil panting technique into photography medium. In this class we will explore one of the most dramatic lighting styles in photography - a Low Key technique. The class is packed with examples of Low Key portraiture, since it is my favourite...

Hottest New Skill: Make a Cinemagraph in Photoshop!

Are you ready to gain Super Hot New Skill? Have lots of fun along the way and create a Cinemagraph in Photoshop with the video straight from your iPhone! Make your own still photo with animated elements, publish it on your social media and watch the...

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