Tutorials - Start2Finish Video Tutorial
My Start to Finish tutorial video is the first in a set of very detailed post processing tutorials I'm recording. It covers all the steps I undertook to create the photo Bloody Causeway.
The tutorial consists of 11 videos describing different parts of my workflow in chronological order. First you will learn how I captured the raw photos. This includes use of Filters and Focus stacking. I also show my workflow for importing and organizing the raw and master files followed by my preprocessing.
Next are videos about blending and stacking, about my work on details and contrast and about color corrections.
Finally I show you how I prepare a final print file, which serves as source for various output formats, and how I sharpen for web and for print.
If you are interested what others think about the tutorial you might want to read Olaf Bathkes thoughts about the tutorial here. Olaf is a very experienced landscape photographer who knows his trade.
Some of you might wonder, if the techniques I show in this tutorial are still up to date, since the tutorial was recorded in 2013. While my processing style and workflow have evolved, which is covered in my other tutorials, I still fully use the techniques I show in this tutorial. The work with Luminosity masks is a very essential part of my processing as well as focus stacking and the adjustments I do to colors in an image.
This Tutorial is intended for the intermediate Photoshop user. To follow along you should be familiar with adjustment layers, masks and basic filters in Photoshop. I also use Lightroom 4 for the preprocessing. If you don't have Adobe Lightroom and only use Camera Raw that should be ok. Many of the settings are the exact same in both programs and the most part of the tutorial I'll be using Photoshop anyway.
Buying the Tutorial
The complete tutorial is roughly 2,5 hours long and can be purchased for 17,50 USD. This is a link to an automatic delivery system I've set up to make the purchase more comfortable for you. After you pay, you'll get a temporary download link to the tutorial.
You can contact me through the the contact sheet on my homepage in case anything goes wrong with payment or download. No Paypal? Also no problem, the shop also supports credit cards. If nothing works for you, just contact me and we'll find another way.
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