Phlearn.com is the Photoshop education site of Aaron Nace. Quite simply, he is the most entertaining teacher of Photoshop that I have ever come across. He takes complex techniques and makes them simple to understand, and shows how to apply them in practical applications. Additionally, … Continue readingFocus On: Aaron Nace aka Phlearn
I recently went on Creative Live and watched a Photoshop training webinar on the essential Photoshop skills and how to apply them in a quick simple way. The class was called “Photoshop for Photographers : The Essentials”, and was taught by Ben Willmore. It was … Continue readingFocus On : Ben Willmore
Update : I still use the techinque below some, but not as much since getting Knoll Light Factory. It is much easier to use, and gives a lit more flexibility. I suggest it instead of the manual process below. Knoll Light Factory is available through … Continue readingAdd The Sun in Photoshop
To start with, I’m going to assume that you shot all of your photos of the car meet that you just shot in RAW. If you didn’t, you should have. I’m also going to assume that you have Adobe Lightroom on a computer with a … Continue readingPost-Processing Workflow in Lightroom
Most cameras have a couple of color spaces to choose from. I use sRGB, which I find is easier to work with, in case I plan to print photos. Either can work, but I like the skin tones better from the sRGB color space, and … Continue readingAdobe RGB or sRGB?