Photography Post-Production

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After the game, it’s time to select your photos for editing. How do you pick the best photos out of thousands? Sony Artisan, Jean Fruth sits down for post processing to share her approach to culling images fast. She shares how to end up with a selection that captures the peak action and tells the story of a location. 0:00 - Intro 0:40 - The Initial Cull 3:50 - Refining the Cull 15:00 - The Power of Editing Sponsored by
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Looking to incorporate AI into your photo editing workflow? Aftershoot EDITS might be right for you. This photo editing software can edit 1,000 images in less than one minute using AI algorithms that mirror your editing style with 90% accuracy. You can save hours of time while producing high-quality content. 0:00 - Introduction 2:50 - Editing steps with Lightroom Classic 12:09 - Aftershoot pre-built profiles 15:43 - How to build your own custom profiles 20:11 - New in Aftershoot: Culling 27:44 - Why Aftershoot is great for fast editing 36:03
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Canon Explorer of Light and portrait master Susan Stripling shares her wedding photography tips. You’ll learn about working with clients, remaining calm during the wedding, using AI to streamline post-processing, and more. 0:00 - About Stripling 4:13 - The Importance of Wedding Photography 5:51 - Working with Clients (Preparation) 15:33 - What's in My Bag 20:40 - Preparation 25:57 - On the Wedding Day 34:51 - Editing Workflow 40:27 - Random Tips 44:20 - Q&A What other wedding photography tips would you add? Let us know down below.
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You've photographed the eclipse. Now what? Gabriel Biderman discusses how to finesse the detail in your corona images in Lightroom Classic, as well as how he captured his own photo in the first place. 0:00 - In This Video 1:08 - Settings, Gear, and Bracketing 8:02 - Cropping 9:45 - Basic Panel 18:42 - Detail Panel 20:55 - Before/After How did your eclipse photos turn out? Let us know in the Comments section, below.
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In post-processing, our images truly come to life. In this B&H Event Space video, Luminar brand ambassador Jim Nix shows us his editing process while demonstrating the many uses of Skylum’s powerful Luminar software. 0:00 - Introduction 2:20 - Luminar Layout 4:53 - Editing Image 1:
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Join Nate Luebbe and Autumn Schrock as they edit images they've made in the great outdoors. Luebbe shares his workflow for editing wildlife photos in Lightroom Classic, while Schrock shares her workflow for editing astrophotos in Photoshop. 0:00 - Introduction 0:31 - Landscape Panorama 7:42 - Wildlife Photos 14:09 - Milky Way Photo 28:43 - Moon Photo 36:48 - Final Thoughts How do you edit your photos? Share your own tips in the Comments section, below. Sponsored by
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In this final part of The Art of Photography series, aviation photographer Joe Glyda explains self-assignments. Glyda discusses finding inspiration when you have no work or want to try something new. He shares three of his self-assignment projects and how they made him fall in love with aviation photography. 0:00 - Introduction 2:13 - Glyda’s Background 5:01 - The Self-Assignment 9:45 - Glyda’s Self-Assignments 26:13 - Aviation Photography / Self-Assignment with a Purpose 46:28 - Let Creativity Come Through You 48:26 - Q&A We hope you
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In Part 7 of The Art of Photography series, landscape photographer Gina Yeo discusses landscape photography. Yeo breaks down every step needed to achieve that beautiful landscape shot of your dreams. She explains everything, including planning, composition, post-processing, and what's in her camera bag. 0:00 - Introduction 5:17 - The Fundamentals 7:20 - Inside Yeo’s Camera Bag 13:32 - Planning 16:45 - The Foundations 17:08 - Daylight Technique 21:57 - Night Technique 25:16 - Creative Technique 28:53 - Composition 34:50 - The Art of Post-
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In Part 6 of The Art of Photography series, dog photographer Kaylee Greer discusses the art of pet photography. Greer deconstructs her images, describing how she got the shot, and discusses everything from angles to camera settings to posing our furry friends. 0:00 - Introduction 4:19 - Image 1 Breakdown: Light and Color 12:38 - Image 2 Breakdown: Gestures and Settings 22:35 - Getting the Dog Comfortable with You and Your Equipment 25:59 - First-Timer Pet Photography Tip 27:48 - Image 3 Breakdown: Water Splits 33:33 - Image 4 Breakdown: Scale
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In Part 5 of The Art of Photography series, Bobbi Lane and Lee Varis discuss the art of street photography. Lane and Varis discuss the images from their Neighborhoods of New York project, deconstructing each shot in constructive fashion. 0:00 - Introduction 1:58 - Neighborhoods of New York: Lane’s Images 27:51 - Neighborhoods of New York: Multiple Exposure Images 34:02 - Neighborhoods of New York: Varis’s Images 40:20 – The Best Lenses 45:37 - Recap 48:00 - Settings 53:28 - Editing 58:18 - Final thoughts What street photography tips do you
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In part four of the Art of Photography series, photographer Jim Nix gives his best tips for street photography. He also shares his photos taken around the world. 0:00 - Introduction 3:56 - Cityscape Photography Tips 7:33 - Postcard 20:21 - Motion 23:23 - Scale 25:45 - Skyline 30:10 - Streets 33:24 - Little Shots 38:13 - People 46:21 - Editing with Luminar 57:05 - Final Thoughts Are you a street photography fan?
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In Part 3 of the Art of Photography series, photographer Hazel Meredith discusses smartphone photography. She explains which camera and editing apps to use and shares some of her favorite photos. 0:00 - Introduction 1:58 - Breaking Down Photos Taken with an iPhone 9:58 - Raw or JPEG? Different Mobile Formats 13:06 - Perspective 15:09 - Framing 16:15 - Macro 17:20 - Panoramic Photos 17:50 - Camera Apps 24:38 - Camera Modes (iPhone) 29:36 - Photo Editing Apps and Software 37:05 - Upsizing 39:35 - More Editing Apps 41:56 - Limitations 42:55 - Q
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In Part 2 of the Art of Photography series, Scott Kelby shares his photos and the stories behind them. Kelby also shares his top tips for travel photography. 0:00 - Introduction 1:46 - Kelby's Images and Stories 37:27 - Kelby's Travel Tips 1:05:30 - Removing Unwanted Objects in Photos with Luminar 1:06:37 - Final Thoughts 1:08:20 - Editing in
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“The Art of Photography” webinar series is designed to help photographers of all skill levels improve their craft. In Part 1, photographer Tony Corbell discusses the art of portrait photography and shares his techniques for capturing beautiful portraits. 0:00 - Introduction 3:53 – Corbell’s Photo of the United Nations 9:58 – Corbell’s Work and Technique 38:13 – Corbell’s Thought Process for Different Shoots 43:43 - Photo Editing with Luminar 57:19 - Q&A Sponsored by
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Jesús Ramirez (@photoshop training channel) demonstrates the functions of Photoshop's AI Generative Fill and Neural Filters, as well as discussing how to use them in unique and creative ways. 0:00 - About Ramirez 4:26 - Generative Fill for Removing Content 16:53 - Generative Fill for Adding Content 24:35 - Neural Filters (Colorize) 31:09 - Masking for Flyaway Hairs Do you have any Photoshop tips to share? Let us know in the Comments section, below.