Course Category: Workflow

  • Photo Clinic- Mindset is Everything!

    by Blake

    95 learners taking this course

    The Photo Clinic Why do you go to a clinic in the first place?  You go for many reasons.  Maybe a routine checkup or to get help with an existing condition or problem.  Sometimes we don’t know what’s wrong with us, and other times we are seeking a second opinion. In the world of Photo […]

  • Ps Foundations - Adobe Camera Raw Advanced

    by Blake

    471 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations – Adobe Camera Raw Advanced In the first installment of the Foundations course for Adobe Camera Raw, we covered just about every button and function in Adobe Camera Raw.  But, as with everything in life, just when you think you know it all another door opens and a whole new world of discovery […]

  • Photoshop Foundations - Cleanup Tools

    by Blake
    10 Lessonsin ,

    379 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Cleanup Tools Did you know that 4 out of every 5 images that I see during the critique sessions require some form of image “cleanup”?  Either there are distractions that are keeping the viewer from enjoying the piece or there are tiny dust spots that will annoy the trained eye.  Either way, these distractions […]

  • PS Foundations Cataloging

    by Blake
    8 Lessonsin ,

    425 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  Cataloging Cataloging your photos may be the most important part of your photographic workflow.  If your cataloging system is broken, you will lose images, have a poor backup system, and may be less inclined to post produce your images.   An effective catalog system accounts for your images from the moment you put your […]

  • Ps Foundations: The Inverted Image

    by Blake

    411 learners taking this course

    Photoshop Foundations:  The Inverted Image! What if I told you there is a second dimension in your photos that you are not accessing right now?  You’d probably want to know more right?  Especially if I told you that with that 2nd dimension of data you could make some of the most natural adjustments possible. The […]

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