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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. Street Photography

    14 Posts
    Street photography is a particularly improvisational, intuitive, and mysterious genre of photography. A historically solitary, highly personal pursuit, it’s rarely evident how street photographers work with a subject that’s so inherently unpredictable. This series of tutorials breaks down the mysteries of making images of the public into digestible steps that you can apply to your own practice as you see fit.
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  2. Travel Photography

    9 Posts
    The prospect of travelling with heavy and valuable photography equipment can be daunting, but the rewards of photographing while you travel are just too much to resist. In this series we explore how to travel smartly and safely, and how to get the most when you're on the road, whether it's for work or for play.
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  3. Creating Realistic Composites With a Green Screen

    5 Posts
    From the incredible imaginations of sci-fi movie directors to the impactful stills of photographers like Joel Grimes, composite imaging is used for making the impossible look plausible. In most implementations, it has a look, a captivating, ethereally futuristic, effortlessly cool look. Most of this is down to the use of HDR backgrounds and atmospheric effects. But what about capturing the image to begin with? For that, we need two (or more) plates.
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