Prepping Parents & Session Set Up
Studio Set Up & Session Workflow
Picking Out Props
Camera Settings & Studio Lighting
Newborn Editing Video
Outdoor photography is about capturing the feeling you have when you are actually out in nature. Learn how to make photos that reflect the beauty and mood of the landscape you see with your naked eye in Photoshop and Lightroom for Landscape Photographers with Matt Kloskowski.
Even if you are technically proficient behind the camera, learning how to access your deepest creativity is essential to produce successful illustrative portraits. Master Richard’s 4 key elements of an award-winning image, put his exercises into practice, and you’ll be well on your way to creating emotive and compelling work.
Beauty is an ever-shifting, ephemeral, and crucial element to capture when taking a successful portrait. Learn the art and science of photographing beauty straight from four of the best fashion and glamour photographers working today — Sue Bryce, Lara Jade, Emily Soto, and Lou Freeman. Through dynamic instruction, each of these world-renowned photographers will reveal the many skills and techniques that create their unique, unparalleled styles.
Follow Sarah during a sunset family shoot, watch as she grabs the genuine moments between the fun and chaos with three young kiddos.
The lesson consists of a basic and creative part.
In addition to the video, a text file with a step-by-step description of the actions is attached to the lesson.
The profession of the photographer means a lot of knowledge and skills and is not limited to beautiful processing. It is one thing - to process the picture well, and another - to process the picture so that the photo tells a convincing story, directs the viewer's eye to the most important, reveals this most important thing and, finally, gives individuality and emotionality to the plot. The color theme is incredibly wide!
Pets play a large part of every household, be it the best friend or first “child.” Yet capturing their personalities is often more difficult than just a click of the shutter. Instructor Norah Levine’s photographs are often defined by her clean compositions and authentic moments shared by people and their pets. Now you can join Norah as she shows you the basics of pet behavior and how to get animals comfortable with the camera. After this class, you’ll be able to capture great images of pets AND learn how to incorporate them into your family photography.
The most overwhelming, yet critical step for the screenwriter is the first draft. Staring at a blank sheet of paper can induce "writers block" faster than any other challenge facing a screenwriter. Screenwriting: The Art of the First Draft will equip you with a roadmap for tackling your initial draft and guide you to the next steps on the scriptwriting journey.
I just love this everyday moment in the kitchen, and how we are going to interpret it. Curves is a great tool for an image like this to separate colors, add to the mood, and minimize distracting elements without cloning. It’s about making the image feel the way I want it to, rather than creating unrealistic perfection. This is a great video to watch as we start the Journey workshop, finding magic and beauty in daily life.
Learn how to perfect color with this step-by-step walk-through of 2 amazing images from start to finish! Every light and color explained in a way that will allow you to create drama and interest in your images.
Learn necessary techniques to compositing images together at the professional level with step-by-step, start-to-finish instruction for 2 amazing image tutorials.
Video: 1080p | 2 hr 23m
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