The Photo Book Wizard: An introduction to Basic Photo Editing (part 1)

Robin Nichols, The Photo Book Wizard

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6 Videos (24m)
    • Basic Photo Editing (part 1)

      2:00
    • Using Levels in Photoshop CC

      6:19
    • Using Levels in Photoshop Elements

      2:16
    • Simple Masking with Photoshop's Adjustment Brush

      6:35
    • Lightroom's Adjustment Brush

      4:17
    • Elements Adjustment Brush Workaround

      3:01

About This Class

This lesson profiles one of the best editing tools in the entire suite of features found in Photoshop and Elements - it's called Levels.

Almost exactly the same in both programs, use levels to enhance the brightness and contrast of your pictures. You can also use it to correct colour casts, to 'warm up' images or simply to automate your bulk editing workflow using the eye dropper tools.

Also in this lesson, learn how to use the RAW editor's masking brush, in both Photoshop and Lightroom - as well as learning how to simulate it using Photoshop Elements with the Selection Brush

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Robin Nichols

The Photo Book Wizard

Hello, My name is Robin.

I have been shooting photos for 40 years, commercially, for stock, for weddings, for audio visual designers and for editorial. I have also been a magazine editor and publisher for 15 years. During that time I authored several books on imaging technology and post production, so I think I'm in a good position to teach others how to get great looking images - and put them to good use, either by printing, or through the production of fabulously-designed photo books...

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