In this episode, you’ll learn one of the most popular retouching technique that can be used in landscape photography, portrait photography, architecture and more. It’s called dodging and burning… and with this technique you selectively choose which areas of your photos should be brighter or darker. When used correctly, you can completely transform your photos. […]
There are a lot of ways to process photos in Photoshop. But not everyone uses Photoshop in the most efficient way. In this tutorial, you’ll learn common mistakes photographers make and why you should avoid it.
Learn how to easily recreate the red/blue duotone color grading using the tone curves. You'll learn how to do it in two ways and also learn how to create your own custom duotone colors using a straightforward method. Although this is a Lightroom tutorial, it can in Photoshop with the Camera Raw filter (Filter > […]
In this 2 part series, you’ll learn brand new techniques that you can use to replicate color gradings. I came up with some new techniques that will make replicating looks so much easier and faster with less guesswork involved. These techniques will work with a majority of the color grading effects out there. And it’s […]
Learn how to use luminosity masking in Photoshop. Luminosity masking lets you make a layer visible according to the brightness value of your photo. For example, you can brighten your photo and then apply luminosity masking so that it doesn’t overexpose the areas that are already bright to begin with. You can also apply color […]
The tone curve is one of the most useful tool for photographers. It can be used to make any tonal adjustments like brightening your image and adding contrast. It's found in many software like Lightroom, Capture One, Premiere, After Effects and mobile apps like Lightroom Mobile. In this tutorial, you’ll learn in a simple way on […]