Photo Editing: Cinematic Styles in Adobe Camera Raw

Elizabeth Weinberg, Photographer

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10 Lessons (1h)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:31
    • 2. Why Processing Matters

      14:17
    • 3. Color, Style, Mood

      6:54
    • 4. Camera Raw Walkthrough

      4:44
    • 5. Lets Work on a File Together

      12:54
    • 6. Fixing Chromatic Aberration

      4:11
    • 7. Fixing Blown-Out Highlights

      6:27
    • 8. Bringing It All Together

      8:24
    • 9. Conclusion

      0:33
    • 10. Explore Photo Classes on Skillshare

      0:36
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Project Description

Share a photo portrait with your own post-processing style.

 

ASSIGNMENT

Now that you know how to make your digital images have more of that tangible film quality, I want to see them! Remember the 4 telltale signs of ugly digital, and manage those details through processing:

  • No grain
  • Terrible skin tones and highlights
  • Chromatic aberration
  • Oversaturation

Once these 4 items are fixed, you can evolve the look and feel of your image and start to add your own signature style.

 

DELIVERABLE

  • Share your processed portrait(s) in the Project Gallery 
  • If you'd like, include the "before" photo to show the difference in how you processed it 

  

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