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Spend a few hours with me in the forest where I will show you how to create Magic. I will teach you how to find the light and use it. I will demonstrate how to connect with your child subject and control the shoot. I will show you how to style for the appropriate environment. Most importantly I will help you understand how to harness your vision and show the world YOUR magic.
Compositing in Photoshop opens a world of imagination and gives you the tools to channel your inspiration directly through your fingertips. In this class, Aaron Nace will walk you through a shoot to show you how to play with size and scale to create a fantastical image. Aaron will teach you about directing light so that the combination of images share matching light sources; posing models correctly to achieve your vision, and diving into photoshop to carefully composite the photos and walk away with something that could only have been imagined.
Expand your possibilities when you use props and chairs. Michele shows us how to effectively use posing stools, boxes, ladders, and chairs to pose groups together. Once you learn to implement these tools into your family portraiture, the possibilities are endless!
It's the thought process behind every image I take.
By learning this simple 7 step thought process, you can easily find the best light, composition and camera settings for virtually any image.
Sometimes you when you have multiple subjects, you find that their skin tones look completely different and it is a distraction from the beauty of the image. In this instance, we have Mom and baby who have different skin colors due to the difference in their ages. They are also lit differently, with Mom in the shadows and baby in the bright light of the sun. Join me as I even out the image as a whole, and make BOTH of my subjects glow with soft warm skin which keeps your thoughts on the tender moment that is shared between them.
Go behind the scenes in this collection of short, watch-when-you-want videos (including shooting vids, on-screen commentary, workflow, and more) from five top photographers. You’ll see them shoot a scene, work through their images, and talk through the process, learning invaluable techniques to take your images to the next level. And you’ll come away with an in-depth understanding of the factors that lead to that “perfect” shot.
Do you struggle with guiding your families into genuine interactions during your sessions? Lifestyle family photographer Danielle Hatcher has created "The Lifestyle Photographer's Toolkit" for that very reason! This set of 40 "flashcards" can help you create more natural connections through the use of prompts, tips, guidelines and reminders. Some cards provide very concrete suggestions with tips and tricks, some are meant to be jumping off points that can be built upon, others are fun games that you can play with your families... and more! Each flashcard has corresponding images to show you what can be done with each prompt, but each family is different! Rather than a traditional "posing guide" these cards are meant to help inspire you to capture the realness of the family in front of you!
Adobe Lightroom CC And Classic - Fundamental Photo Editing
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48kHz, 2ch | Duration: 4h
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Size: 3,25 GB
The beauty of street photography is that it allows the photographer to capture humanity in its various forms. It is art that tells the story of life, humanity, and cultures. With so many of us now living in urban environments, being able to create an image that resonates and tells the story of urban life is more valuable than ever. But it can be intimidating to start when you don’t know what gear to use, how to look for the important moments or how to connect with the subject in your story. Steve Sweatpants, a well-known street photographer in New York City, will teach you the top 5 tips to help you overcome your fears so you can get out of your comfort zone and shoot the stories you see in the world.
For many, entrepreneurship is more than just a career choice, it’s a quest for freedom, independence, and empowerment. But the road to freedom is often fraught with major obstacles. In order to face those challenges and conquer them, entrepreneurs need to operate from a place of total security and strength.
It features golden tones of honey, with soft milky whites, punchy colors, perfect even skin tones, and deep shadows for contrast. It was created to prioritize skin tones while balancing them with all kinds of different lighting scenarios. Educational resources including 8 video tutorials + an in depth PDF guide are included so you can watch how I edit my images as well as hundreds of other submitted images from photographers around the world!
Sometimes you need a bit of a breeze to clear your head and open your heart so that you can get the creative process going. In this image from the Creative Process workshop, there was no breeze, so I brought my own. Watch as I create a composite image from TWO images that I combine to get the look that I want. Then you’ll see me color tone and perfect the image to bring this beautiful young lady to life, right in front of your eyes!
For some photographers, capturing images with natural light is an anxiety producing process. Unlike studio lighting, nature doesn’t always cooperate, and you never know when you’ll be met with too many clouds, too much sun, or something in between. Renowned street photographer Dave Krugman will teach you how to deal with a variety of natural lighting situations so you can get optimal results no matter the weather.
According to the experts, millennials won’t be able to retire until they’re about 75 years old, and that’s if they’re lucky! And some data shows that three-quarters of Americans are not ready for retirement at all. No question about it, people of all ages and backgrounds are woefully unprepared for their golden years.
From Shoot to Edit: Think about your lighting to make your edit easier
In this video, I show you step by step the complete editing of the photo of Léana.
At first, I adjust the color / tone settings with a Lightroom preset.
I present the software ON1 and why I use it.
Then I explain in detail the editing in Photoshop (skin, overall volume, contrast etc.).
This is a product photography tutorial for Pro Club Interactive Education Program, assignment #14
This video is an insider peek into how I edit newborn sessions. I chose the 5 most difficult to edit images taken during the wrapping tutorials and speak aloud as I work through them from start to finish. They are edited using a combination of hand tweaks and my Paintbox action set in exactly the same way as my usual newborn workflow.
Join me as I show you how to take your ONE light Studio and turn it into something much more versatile! Just add one easy simple light in to your set up, just like the light in the original Simple Studio workshop, and you can take your studio portraits to a whole new level. More subjects, more poses, more chances to be creative. Learn how to work with your lights and modifiers and how to use a reflector to get that light EXACTLY where you want it to be!