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Step by step guideline for Absolute Beginners to master Adobe Lightroom
Do you want to learn how to edit a picture quickly and easily but with great results? Even without any prior knowledge in photo editing? Then this is the class for you!
In this course we’ll examine various light shaping tools and how to speak with light. We’ll investigate how these light shaping tools can produce dramatic and different portrait solutions.
Every photographer encounters situations where the light on their subject is less than ideal. A small flash can have a huge impact on your photos and is easier to use than you think! Photographer Mike Hagen joins CreativeLive to show you how to use your external flash quickly and comfortably. Mike will walk through the different flash options available and how to sync your camera and flash. He’ll walk you through different scenarios and demonstrate how your flash can improve your shots
Learn about how you can color grade your photos like a professional in the brand new update of Adobe Lightroom Classic 2021! At the end of this course you will have learned about the new color grading tab as well as 8 different ways in which you can color grade your own photos! After this course you will be able to go out and edit your photos at the next level!
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Whether you’re an aspiring professional or a passionate enthusiast, you’ll gain valuable insights as Neil leads you through his shooting strategies in a variety of settings, both indoors and out. Learn the most effective methods of controlling your camera to prevent shake using remote flash with optical and radio sensors. See how to set your metering properly using both manual and through-the-lens (TTL) modes. You’ll diffuse your light using softboxes, umbrellas and other gear and get tips for positioning and directing your subject. With Neil’s professional techniques and feedback, you’ll soon have magazine-quality photos of your clients, family, and friends!
Begin by getting to know Edu Gómez, photographer and founder of Hangover magazine. He tells you about his work and the influences that inspire him.
Next, discover what a RAW file is and what it is used for.
Dive into Adobe Lightroom Classic and explore the interface, along with the program's settings. Edu teaches you about libraries (viewing and organizing images, collections, metadata, keywords, and face detection), and managing files and catalogs.
Once you know your way around the program, learn how to use basic developing features like camera calibration, cropping tools, curves, working in black and white, and adding effects. Discover how to apply presets to a batch of photographs to speed up your work.
Next, Edu shows you how to export your final images in high resolution to print, share online or present as a projection.
Finally, look at other similar programs such as Camera Raw, Adobe Bridge, and Capture One, and the workflow that your teacher uses in his personal projects.
Discover the essentials of gorgeous flash photography, without the “look” of the flash. Join Santa Fe Photographic Workshops instructor Rick Allred as he shares techniques for gaining control of your flash, and demonstrates which features on your camera affect flash strength and which don’t. Then, get Rick’s tips for creating a flash cheat sheet to keep your mind off the math when you’re in the middle of a shoot, and find out how to achieve a softer look in your images using a bounce flash. Moving on, learn how to adjust your flash, whether you’re inside or outside, and flex your creative muscles by giving your photos a painterly feel with a handheld flash and long exposure time. Rick even makes a few mistakes on purpose, so that you learn how to fix or use those slip-ups for one-of-a-kind results that always impress.
There’s a saying “The best camera is the one that's with you,” and for most of us, that camera is conveniently right in our smartphone. With these highly-accessible cameras getting more sophisticated by the day, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t learn how to use yours to your greatest creative advantage! In this course, photographer Tracey Clark shows how to go from taking quick snapshots with your phone to capturing better, more captivating pictures. Tracey begins with a look at photo composition and lighting, teaching you to change your approach to photography and how to expand your perspective when framing your shots. She then delves into the technical capabilities of your smartphone, like adjusting exposure and focus. Tracey finishes with an introduction to photo editing and a look at backing up and sharing your shots. By the end of this course, you’ll have the tools to use your smartphone to capture great pictures you’ll be proud of!
Turn your dreams of YouTube stardom into a reality, learn from travel video experts Kristen Sarah & Nadine Sykora which gear you'll need to master travel video.
Learn about the gear your favourite travel creators are using to make viral videos. Not only do we dive into the camera kit essentials, we elaborate on camera settings in a way even your grandma could understand.