We all make mistakes. Knowing how to fix them can make all the difference. 10 Common Photography Mistakes is an in-depth video course designed to help you spot, avoid, and fix ten of the most common photography mistakes. Found here: 10 Common Photography Mistakes
This course was created to show you, step-by-step, how to fix some of the most common mistakes made by photographers when processing photos. Each mistake is covered in both Lightroom and Photoshop and is delivered in full 1080p resolution.
The idea for 10 Common Photography Mistakes came to James Brandon one night as he was having dinner with some photographer friends. They were discussing how they all see so many of the same photography mistakes day in and day out, whether it be on social media, photography websites, or even galleries and art shows. They weren’t having this conversation from up on high, looking down their noses at these photographers; we’ve all made them and many of us still occasionally make them to this day!
So, after deciding that covering these topics would be too complicated for an ebook, Brandon created a video course: 10 videos, each one going over a common photography mistake. In the videos, he goes over each mistake and shows how to fix it in both Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop. He truly believes it will save thousands and thousands of photographers a lot of frustration in the future.
- Underexposed Images
- Crooked Horizons
- Toxic Greens
- Chromatic Aberration
- Dust Spots
- Global Sharpening
- Lens Distortion
- Blue Shadows and Color Casts
- Improper Use of Vignettes
The download also includes the full resolution images used in the videos so you can follow along, a checklist to use in the future to help avoid the mistakes covered in the video, and a complimentary copy of James Brandon’s ebook, 10 Tips For Improving Your Photography Today.
How to Get the Course:
The course will be available to download immediately upon purchase. Note: This is a large file that will not download to an ipad or some mobile devices. It contains videos, ebooks and presets. You should download the file to a desktop or laptop first, then use iTunes or a similar program to transfer the videos and/or ebooks to your device.
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