The Photo Book Wizard: An introduction to Basic Photo Editing (part 2) | Robin Nichols | Skillshare

The Photo Book Wizard: An introduction to Basic Photo Editing (part 2)

Robin Nichols, The Photo Book Wizard

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9 Videos (38m)
    • Basic Photo Editing (part 2)

    • Colour Control with Hue and Saturation

    • Colour Adjustment using the Vibrance feature in Photoshop

    • Using Vibrance in Lightroom

    • Levels in Depth

    • Elements Quick Edit Effects

    • Using the Straighten Tool

    • Cropping Picture to Size

    • Rotating Images on a page


About This Class

Once you have mastered at least part of Photoshop's RAW editor and its universal Levels controls, you are now ready to check out the colour control tools. These include the Hue and Saturation feature, the Vibrance control (which is not available with Elements), how to Crop picture to a specific size, how to straighten wonky horizons, as well as how to achieve the opposite, to tilt an image so it takes on a jaunty angle in the book software (Note some software lets you tilt images in the application, some do not). I also demonstrate how to work with Elements' excellent and often missed Quick Effects features and look into the Levels tool in greater depth...







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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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