Color Correction with Photoshop: Practical and Creative Techniques Premium class

Mark Johnson, Photoshop luminary and encouraging teacher

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13 Videos (2h 22m)
    • Introduction

      2:17
    • Adjustment Layers: Part 1

      26:18
    • Adjustment Layers: Part 2

      11:09
    • One Click Color Balancing

      10:36
    • The Sledge Hammer of Color Correction

      9:45
    • Fine Art Color to Black and White Conversions

      12:29
    • Black and White Infrared

      9:40
    • Combining Black and White with Sepia or Color

      16:26
    • Vintage Toning with Gradient Maps

      9:05
    • Creating the Popular 1970s Retro Look

      9:20
    • Simulating the Russian Lomo LC A Camera Vintage Look

      12:03
    • Split Toning Effect

      8:27
    • Cross Processing

      4:42

About This Class

If you've ever dreamed of mastering both practical and creative color correction techniques in Photoshop, this class is for you.

As a photographer, you know that capturing a great shot in the field is only half the battle to producing a truly stunning image. In this digital era, it's critical to know how to properly process images on the computer. An inability to do so can leave you with images that don't come close to realizing their potential. Using crystal clear language and step-by-step instructions, I show you how to use Photoshop to optimize color, contrast, brightness, and saturation in your photos so they do justice to what you saw (or imagined) while you were shooting. In addition to learning how to produce beautiful, accurate color, you will discover how to create gorgeous black and white, sepia, retro, and vintage-toned images.

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Mark Johnson

Photoshop luminary and encouraging teacher

Mark S. Johnson is a creativity junkie, Photoshop luminary, author, and educator who can't help but share his ideas and enthusiasm with others.  He’s a longtime contributor to the KelbyOne and PlanetPhotoshop sites as well as a member of Dewitt Jones’ Healing Images campaign and a Trey Ratcliff Flatbooks author.  Mark’s site, www.msjphotography.com, is overflowing with enlightening tutorials and limitless inspiration.