1. Photo & Video

Photo & Video Learning Guides

Learn the photography and video skills you need with these specially curated learning guides to help you master everything from video editing to creating masterful photo effects.

Each learning guide consists of an overview of the subject along with a hand-picked selection of links to relevant tutorials and courses to help you master a particular subject. In Learn Photoshop Actions, for example, you'll discover what Photoshop actions are and how to install and use them. Then you'll get links to free tutorials and premium video courses to help you learn more. With so much to discover, your only problem is deciding what to learn first.

  1. Video Lighting

    4 Posts
    In this Learning Guide, you will learn how to create a simple and beautiful video lighting that works great for interviews, presentations, instructional videos, short films and much more!
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  2. People and Portrait Retouching

    8 Posts
    Portrait photographers strive to achieve beautiful skin in their images. Getting beautiful skin that is also realistic and preserves natural skin texture is a portrait photographer’s holy grail. Expertly applied makeup and good lighting are the foundation for beautiful skin, but retouching is the polish. In this Learning Guide, you'll learn great techniques for retouching skin and will find out which situations benefit from each technique.
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  3. Sports Photography

    7 Posts
    Photographing sports is a challenging but exciting and rewarding. It requires both technical skill and creativity to do well. In this Learning Guide you'll learn how to photograph sports.
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  4. Underwater Photography

    4 Posts
    Life just a few metres below the surface of the sea is unlike anything you’ll see on land. This creates amazing photo opportunities. Image making underwater, however, introduces a whole raft of challenges.
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  5. The New Photo Essay

    4 Posts
    The question is no longer what will replace oral or printed storytelling, but do we want to use this emerging Internet-based storytelling platform, and if so, on which stage?
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