I’m happy to share all that I know about Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 with you through hundreds of video tutorials on macProVideo.com. I was asked to make a comprehensive series about Lightroom 4 and I decided to teach all the features by going through first the basics and then talk about more advanced stuff in 3 popular topics: Portrait, Landscape and Wedding photography. Good news is that the first course is completely free to watch and all the others are very cheap to download. You should also consider to subscribe to macProVideo.com as they have plenty of amazing courses available. I hope you will find my Lightroom series useful and interesting. Enjoy!
Watch this seminar and learn everything you need to know about making selections in Adobe Photoshop CS5. You will learn how to use most of the selection techniques, from the easiest to the most complex ones in less than 2 hours. This a non-edited recording of the seminar.
Watch this seminar and learn everything you need to know about Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3. You can learn all the amazing features this user friendly application and discover all the advantages of Camera RAW files to JPEGs. This seminar is a must for professional and amateur photographers alike. This a non-edited recording of the seminar.
Learn an amazing way to use Smart objects in Adobe Photoshop CS5 to save a lot of time whenever you need to make changes to elements that you have in several separate files. In this tutorial I will show how to export and replace the contents of Smart Objects. We are also going to record an action and learn how to Batch replace the same smart object in several images with one click of the mouse. Excited? I hope you are, so let’s get started! 🙂
I love taking landscape photographs. Last week I was in Edinburgh and took some photos in the city and I became one of the lucky photographers who was picked by BBC to include it in an ongoing collection of Scotland. Edinburgh is beautiful, I can honestly recommend it to anyone. It has a very special atmosphere.
Watch this seminar and learn everything you need to know about Adobe Camera RAW 6. You can learn all the amazing features the RAW workflow offers you and discover all the advantages of Camera RAW files to JPEGs. This seminar is a must for professional and amateur photographers alike. This a non-edited recording of the seminar.
A presentation about designing movie posters. I design some really cool fictional posters and also recreate some famous and recent films’ poster to show you awesome techniques. You can learn for instance how to create the crack on Natalie Portman’s face for the Black Swan poster, how to design a western or a James Bond movie poster and so much more.
Everything happens on layers what we do in Photoshop. You can work on only one layer or merge your layers, but the professional way is to keep every element on a separate layer. This way you will always be able to change your composition. We already discussed the Layers panel and its options, but there are lots of other features in Photoshop related to using layers. In this section we are going to focus on tools that you can use on layers and how to use special layers.
If you ever wanted to learn how to properly use the tools in Photoshop to retouch portraits then this seminar is for you. We start off with best practices for using the essential retouch tools like the Clone Stamp and the Healing Brush, then we move on to more advanced editing. We learn to use adjustment layers to whitening teeth, the Liquify filter for changing features, the Mixer Brush to softening skin and so much more. The presentation is 45 minutes long and it is the unedited recorded version of the live seminar.
In this tutorial I will show you guys some very useful techniques with the amazing new feature in Photoshop CS5: the Content-Aware Fill. This automatic replacement works fine most of the time, but there are ways to improve the effect and help Photoshop a bit. I will show several examples in this tutorial and you can learn everything what you need to know about Content-Aware Fill. Let’s get started!