If you’re like most photographers, you’d much rather be out shooting than sitting in front of your computer. But post-processing is an integral part of the photography process, and you can learn to do it efficiently. James Brandon’s ten start-to-finish video course along with RAW files takes you through post-processing so you can both translate your artistic vision to your photos and spend more time with your camera. Found here: POST – How to Edit and Process Landscapes
What the Course Includes:
- This course contains ten videos (nearly 3.5 hours), each going over one of the photographer’s favorite images, each requiring different editing techniques.
- You get to see each image processed from start finish in programs like Lightroom, Photoshop, PTGui and products from Topaz Labs, onOne Software, and more.
- You’ll also get the RAW files for each image to use alongside the video as you learn the techniques.
Our cameras aren’t capable of capturing everything we can produce with the wide array of post-processing tools available to us. Post: A Start to Finish Guide to Processing Landscapes aims to get you excited about post-processing so you can get the most out of your images.
“Between hosting photography workshops, teaching students online, and just interacting with other photographers, I’ve gotten many requests for a tutorial going over some of the techniques I use to process my images. I am a life-long student of photography and while I’m always learning, one of my biggest passions is teaching others and helping them to fall in love with this craft. Over the years, I’ve developed many different techniques for processing different kinds of images and in this course I tried to include a wide variety of images to cover as many of those techniques as possible.” –James Brandon
How to Get the Course:
After purchasing, you’ll have instant access to the videos and RAW images.
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