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Tuts+ Last Week: ON1 Photo 10, Photoshop Basics & Camera Movement

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ON1 Photo 10 for Photographers with Andrew Childress

In this week's feature interview I catch up with Andrew Childress to hear about his course on ON1 Photo 10, a new and improved version of the popular photo post-processing application.

With its unique, layers-based approach for styling images, ON1 Photo 10 sets itself apart. Our new course, ON1 Photo 10 for Photographers, is for anyone who wants to bring unique looks to their images.

You can take our new course straight away with a free 10-day trial of our monthly subscription. If you decide to continue, it costs just $15 a month, and you’ll get access to hundreds of courses, with new ones added every week. Here's the introduction:

The History Panel

In Photoshop in 60 Seconds: The History Panel Kirk Nelson showed how to undo and redo your work the smart way.

We all know that one of the best benefits to working digitally is that there's an undo button, the famous Control-Z. But what if you want to undo more than the last step in Photoshop?

Histograms

Then Kirk was back with another Photoshop fundamentals 60 Seconds video: What are Histograms?

Street Photography Indoors (Yes, Indoors!)

Though it might sound like an oxymoron, Amy Touchette argues that you can—and should—practice street photography indoors. She also gives us some great tips on how to go about it.

Creative Image Adjustment with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

Andrew Childress continued his learning guides for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with a round-up of tutorials to add creativity to your workflow.

Free Creative Camera Movements Coffee Break Course

Cindy Burgess kicked off a new series of Coffee Break Courses with a ten-minute how-to on the most common and useful of movements: the pan. This course is completely free. Watch the introduction below to find out more.

To take this free Coffee Break Course, simply go to the course page and follow the steps to create a free account. If you already have an account, just log in and you’ll be able to get started right away.

Edit Video With Sony Vegas Pro

Finally, Mark Thorburn introduced us to his non-linear editor of choice, Sony Vegas Pro, with a new short course. Sony VEgas Pro is an affordable, user-friendly program for both new and advanced editors. PC-only.

Watch the Course

In Video Editing With Sony Vegas Pro you'll get a head start with the principles of video editing by working through a fun project: a short travel video.

See you next week!

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