Edit with Intention: Photo Editing with Lightroom and Photoshop Premium class

Itsfor Gotham, Street/Brand Photographer

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10 Videos (41m)
    • Introduction

    • Deliverable and My Project

    • Key Differences Between LR/PS

    • Temperature and Tint

    • Color Palettes and Grading

    • Presence and Hues

    • Split Toning and Detail

    • Lens Corrections and Effects

    • Brushes, Filters and Cloning

    • Final Thoughts and Closing


About This Class

In my introductory Skillshare class, we digested fairly large concepts with editing images through a creative lens and drawing on influences from other mediums such as film and music. In this class we will focus on concrete reasoning and tools to justify edits. Students will gain a working knowledge of two professional grade editing programs found within Adobe’s Creative Cloud service, Lightroom 5 and Photoshop. Topics covered will include, filtering, color grading, and the program’s basic and advanced applications for editing DSLR images.

67 of 74 students recommendSee All

Great to understand LR and PS basic uses similities, where to find them and how to use them.
Marisa Perez

Rome, Italy

Great class a lot of little tricks to help get a better picture
Good class. Lots of useful info.
Rhi Kirkland

Photography, writing, drawing, watercolour





Itsfor Gotham

Street/Brand Photographer

New York City based ItsForGotham has been drawing from a unique brain condition known as synesthesia since late 2012. Using this subconscious ability to "see" sounds and "hear" colors has led to a development of a unique approach to capturing and evoking any given emotion. Pursuing themes such as neighborhood violence, corruption, silence and human psychology, he began pursuing the craft more seriously in his free time and would later develop a certain technical ability to shoot and edit various urban landscapes all within apps on the iPhone 5 and Canon DSLR equipment. Months of persistence, patience, and meetings landed him the opportunity to became a brand photographer for Nike and Jordan brands, and he hasn't looked back since.