Chamira YoungLessons: 17Length: 1.9 hours
4.1 Evaluate Your Images and Give Them a "Look"
In this lesson, you'll learn how important it is to understand what to emphasize and de-emphasize in your photos. This ability to evaluate your images is a skill that is learned over time, and a much more powerful tool than mastery of any software.
1.Introduction5 lessons, 21:27
5 lessons, 21:27
1.2What You Need00:36
What You Need
1.3What is a Raw Photograph?02:23
What is a Raw Photograph?
1.4Get Familiar With the Lightroom Interface05:34
Get Familiar With the Lightroom Interface
1.5Import Your Photos Into Lightroom11:22
Import Your Photos Into Lightroom
2.Neutralize and Assess4 lessons, 29:58
4 lessons, 29:58
2.1The Initial Edit: Creating Our "Assembly"07:39
The Initial Edit: Creating Our "Assembly"
2.2Lens and Perspective Corrections06:28
Lens and Perspective Corrections
2.3Baseline Exposure and Contrast09:55
Baseline Exposure and Contrast
3.Move the Group5 lessons, 42:13
5 lessons, 42:13
3.1Further File Rating, and Saving to XMP09:42
Further File Rating, and Saving to XMP
3.2Exposure Balancing: The Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush12:07
Exposure Balancing: The Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush
3.3Advanced Lens Corrections04:01
Advanced Lens Corrections
3.4Hue, Saturation, and Luminance05:27
Hue, Saturation, and Luminance
3.5Noise Reduction and Pre-Sharpening10:56
Noise Reduction and Pre-Sharpening
4.Into the Edit2 lessons, 20:28
2 lessons, 20:28
4.1Evaluate Your Images and Give Them a "Look"10:51
Evaluate Your Images and Give Them a "Look"
4.2File Export and Final Edit in Adobe Photoshop09:37
File Export and Final Edit in Adobe Photoshop
5.Course Conclusion1 lesson, 02:43
1 lesson, 02:43
I admit it. I’m an art nerd, Photoshop geek, and photographer with an obsession for productivity and creativity. Through online teaching and podcasting, I also love helping other individuals and small businesses become more successful by empowering them with the tools and knowledge to up their game.